Employment

Do Employers Use Social Networks in the Recruiting Process?

Faizan Patankar
Written by Faizan Patankar

Forbes online comments that 70% of recruiters said they’d rejected applicants based on what they found online. So, what and when exactly do recruiters object against a prospective employee’s social network?

The good people at Reppler, which is a social media monitoring service, designed to help users manage their online image across different social networks, have put together this infographic to talk you through what recruiters said in a particular survey about social networks. It does so by showing users how they are perceived across social networks, by telling users the makeup of their social network connections, and by identifying any potential issues and risks. Reppler is a free service and supports various social networking services, like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Infographic Image from – Jobsite

 

 

About the author

Faizan Patankar

Faizan Patankar

I started Career Geek Blog in 2011 to share my experience in job-hunting. I now focus on careers industry and blogging is just a tool to share that info. Love hacking careers. During the day I focus on my hobby - Engineering.

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