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Portraying Yourself Professionally Through Social Media [Infographic]

For those who’re purposefully looking to maintain a professional image via social media, here’s an infographic that has been going around. Much of this information is based on common sense. However, the percentages reflecting employers’ or recruiter’s emphasis on some social media sites more than others for information about you may be particularly helpful to keep in mind. Hence, you can make an informed decision about where to expend your efforts. Alternatively, for those of you interested in protecting your privacy, some general but important tips appear towards the bottom of this graphic.

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Surveillance at Work: Issues and Recommendations

The possibility of employers checking potential hires’ social networking sites to attain a more in-depth look at what candidates might really¬†be like is now common knowledge.¬†Likewise, most people also know that employers are increasingly monitoring their computer activities at work and that this can come in the form of programs that track time spent on work related and non-work related software as well as the types of websites you visit. These have become part of a “new normal.” However, surveillance can be more invasive and extend beyond the workplace itself. It can come in the form of tracking, through GPS, where you drive the company vehicle or employers’ hiring private investigators to verify health or injury claims as the following video shows: Read more of this post

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