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Security number and only your FaceBook username and password lazy to gonna give this up.
Well if you want to get hired you better write it down and jobs expert Joni -- says.
Many -- arm because that's how desperate.
For a job that our.
On you and -- -- reasons that agreement the -- -- this is weird.
It is little strange I mean I I think that.
For a candidate today they have to realize that in some ways they're living in a little bit of a fishbowl and that employers are really looking.
Not only upped the standard education experience.
Maybe a criminal background check but now they're taking it to a whole new level they're really trying to get.
And into a person's personal and and it -- little -- I give me your FaceBook their name and password yet they are asking for it and I would have to say that I would recommend to candidates you know that.
Number -- they don't have to provide that -- what did you say no -- you've got to scarlet letter on exactly an employer's going to wonder why are you not showing me.
Your FaceBook account even though I do think it's crossing the line that they would ask for it.
Employers are going it would it would raise a red flag so.
I NN I guess there's no defense are gonna have to do is that you video no problems in the face but would any of your.
Petition pictures of the like you just or more or less trying to tell your prospective bosses -- -- -- your business and we noted that you've sealed their fate.
Yeah I mean people keep you know the vacation pictures or their wedding photos -- their kids and you know when does too much information about the personal lives here there's some -- they may not want to share with their employer and I guess that's where.
Candidates are really feeling violated their privacy movement it.
It's stop where you -- that it is also lawyers who say much that we -- assignment.
They are quite right to Estes.
But it's like.
When they asked if you have -- your credit check on some jobs that might be valuable mean if you're gonna finance job it how you know money on -- might not your meddling but.
Otherwise it's just intrusive is -- Well it can be very intrusive but I think the world that we live in today candidates.
Really need to realize that they have to be very careful about what they're posting online -- would you tell young people well young -- that great -- -- we talked to.
Students today college students -- high school students.
And it's really important that they are very careful about what they post online because everything they're posting on FaceBook is going to be.
A record and you never know who might see it or who could have that information.
And so for anyone -- whether they're young or old they really need to be very careful about what they're putting on face buck.
On any of the social side it's even linked and what they need to be doing -- take this opportunity to build.
Personal brand for themselves because it's also an opportunity they could use it to their advantage if they had.
You know all their accomplishments of the good things that -- happening.
But some of them have the -- pictures -- -- Certainly suggested many with barnyard animals and I'm thinking.
So what and I mean do you know how this makes you look.
Right and you know it.
And think of young people today they're out partying drinking that their friends that's what they're posting online.
A potential employer looks at -- as you know what this person might not be responsible.
They may not get the job.
So -- I would have to be I'm older than that I would have been penalized for being you've surely you can do this -- So I would have been penalized for not having not actually convert the opposite effect but you do need to be careful are definitely very good words of wisdom is Tony thank you very.