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Question: Is it Risky for Employers to Look at Prospective Employee’s Social Media Profiles? Answer: Not if Utilizing a Compliant Social Media Screening Solution!

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The challenge in considering social media information in the hiring process, is knowing what information you can use to make hiring (and firing) decisions without running the risk of discrimination claims.  Broadly screening social media can be problematic because information found online can carry legal risk and may not even be true.  However, according to a recent research report by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), 76% of companies said that they do use or are planning to use social media sites for recruiting. More than half of the employers responding said that social networking sites are an efficient way to recruit candidates.

Ban-The-Box Laws May Be Expanding into Higher Education Applications

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Ban-the-box may not stop at employment applications if a proposed piece of Colorado legislation passes.

The belief is that people with a criminal history often halt the college education application process when they are asked whether they have a criminal history – thinking they will automatically be barred from acceptance. The Colorado bill seeks to remove that barrier, so that individuals with a criminal history will follow through with their application, and hopefully be admitted.

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