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August 25, 2009


Happy New Year! Happiness and success in 2011.

With the new 2011. Year! Congratulations.

Interesting site, always a new topic .. good luck in the new 2011. Happy New Year!

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College students are getting used to the idea of having their profiles viewed by potential employers. A 2008 survey of about 19,000 college students conducted by the National Association of Colleges and Employers reported that 51 percent of respondents expected an employer to view their profiles.

You have shared good examples here in this blog. I really found it interesting. Keep posting the good work.

fact is, some of these employers don't know that they're violating some of these social networks "TOS" if they're using their service site for such enquiry - commercial in nature. Not unless if he/she gives you access to check on his/her profile.

This is all part of the new paradigm. Potential candidates are looking at employer websites, possibly even doing research on key employees and the interviewer themselves. It should be expected that employers are doing reciprocal research.

What one does on their personal time shares important clues on how a potential employee may fit into the corporate culture. If that information is public and readily available, as an employer it should be considered. However, the interviewer should be careful to not apply a personal bias towards a candidate based upon interests that may or may not mirror their own.

How do you track someone on facebook? Don't they have to give you permission to "be their friend?"

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