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Kabrina Chang: All Up in Your Facebook

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Published on Jun 27, 2012

Abstract: You can be fired for off-duty posts to social networking sites. But now you can be hired in just the same way. The new Facebook Score and a Social Networking Report allow employers to use your social networking activity to make hiring decisions. While more than 50% of responding employers in a recent study reported looking at and basing decisions on an applicant's social networking activity, a newly-devised "Facebook Score" offers employers a five-characteristic checklist for determining suitable employees. Employers can even outsource this task to companies like Social Intelligence, which generate Social Networking Reports similar to traditional credit reports. Are employers crossing a legal line in an attempt to hire the best candidate?


Presented by: Assistant Professor, Kabrina Chang at Boston University School of Management's 2nd Annual Faculty Research Day held on May 14, 2012.

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