Employers looking at social media accounts when you apply for a job

Employers are looking at your social media accounts when you apply for a job.


10 thoughts on “Employers looking at social media accounts when you apply for a job”

  1. The Guy On The Couch says:

    If your not comfortable with that than why post dumb shit you dont want your employer to see,it is called social media.

  2. EpicBLUE RAT999 says:

    That is so twisted, I'd laugh at a boss if he/she asked me to see inside my accounts. Bye.

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  4. John B says:

    An employer surely cannot ask for passcodes because it is against the terms of service of most social media sites to give that info to any third party.

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  7. djevan 41598 says:

    I honestly think employers shouldn’t have a right to check your social media account.

  8. STEVE P says:

    That's invasion of privacy. It's none of their damn business. But, if an employee asked their employer/supervisor if they have a Facebook account, that would be different. If you want to know about someone's 24/7 life, then pay them for 24/7 work.

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  10. Jesús García says:

    Employers needs to stop using social media as a way to impede candidates from being hired. Whatever people do in their social time is their own business and employers shouldn’t mix people’s private life and work life. As long as they have a clean background check and meet the job requirements then that should be enough.

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