• Karlyn

    Yes, please…let’s continue to encourage employers to make decisions based on factors that have absolutely nothing to do with an employee’s ability to do their job and meet their goals. Sounds like a plan.

  • Cynthia Kong

    Good reminders in this article. In an OfficeTeam survey (http://officeteam.rhi.mediaroom.com/2016-01-05-Social-Media-Mistakes-That-Could-Cost-You-The-Job), 45 percent of HR managers said writing negative or inappropriate comments is the most common social media mistake that takes job seekers out of the running for a position. Next up was posting or being tagged in questionable photos (35 percent). People need to keep in mind that keeping a professional online presence is important whether you’re looking for a job or not.