How Companies Are Using Social Media To Hire And Fire Employees

Social Media Background Checks

In a world which is becoming more and more digitized, about 45 percent of employers are starting to use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to screen potential employees, as per this article published on Mindflash.com.

However, not all Facebook-related employment decisions are necessarily negative, as Mindflash.com shows in the image below.

Using social media to hire and fire employees

You’ve probably noticed that 18 percent of employers have found relevant information that has actually facilitated their decision to hire the job applicant.

Still, finding something unusual or odd is quite common, as more and more companies use what they found out on social networking sites to bar job applicants.

Of those surveyed in the study, 35 percent of employers were reported to have found content in social media sites that cause them not to hire a candidate for a job opening.

Nowadays, already-hired employees are watching carefully to what is on their facebook pages and/or tweets.

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