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The screening of social media is becoming more and more relevant as online networks provide increasingly reliable information about individuals.

The screening of social media is becoming more and more relevant as online networks provide increasingly reliable information about individuals.

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  • 1. the transparent reputationeconomy: social media as acharacter referencePhoto: code poet
  • 2. transparency, personal brand andauthenticity are the keys to successin todays competitive job searchPhoto: Stuck in Customs. Source: Put Forth Your Virtual Best. By Daniel Gulati. Huffington Post. May 2012.
  • 3. companies are increasinglyreliant on applicants’ web presenceinstead of resumesPhoto: Robert S. Donovan Source: No More Résumés, Say Some Firms. By Rachel Emma Silverman. Wall Street Journal. January 2012.
  • 4. the online screening process evaluatesthe quality of candidates, determiningif applicants will be a good social fit.Photo: Jaypeg. Source: No More Résumés, Say Some Firms. By Rachel Emma Silverman. Wall Street Journal. January 2012.
  • 5. "We are most interested in whatpeople are like, what they are like towork with, how they think".Photo: I..C..U Source: No More Résumés, Say Some Firms. By Rachel Emma Silverman. Wall Street Journal. January 2012.
  • 6. “I’m assuming they have a strong network,cultivate it, and are seen as a leader in theirfield. Without a LinkedIn profile, I’m not surehow they can say this”Photo: The Seafarer. Source: Recruiters Say: Avoid LinkedIn At Your Peril. By Allison Cheston. May 2012. Forbes.
  • 7. resumes fail to give muchinsight into a candidate’s personality,passions, and social abilityPhoto: HockeyBoy Source: No More Résumés, Say Some Firms. By Rachel Emma Silverman. Wall Street Journal. January 2012.
  • 8. “it is a big red flag if a candidate haseither no profile or a limited profile witha low number of connections”Photo: CharlotWest Source: Recruiters Say: Avoid LinkedIn At Your Peril. By Allison Cheston. May 2012.Forbes.
  • 9. “The paper resume is dead.”Photo: Mastahanky. Source:Tweets, not résumés, are trending. By Bruce Horovitz. February 2013. USA Today.
  • 10. "It didnt matter to me whattheyre like in an interview setting.All that mattered was their online personality"Photo: M.Dolly. Source: Tweets, not résumés, are trending. By Bruce Horovitz. February 2013. USA Today.
  • 11. Social technologies encompass everyaspect of our lives, forcing us to mergeidentities that used to be separate.Photo: Brendan Lynch. Source:The Web Means the End of Forgetting. By Jeffrey Rosen. The New York Times. July 2010.
  • 12. we can no longer have segmented selves,but everyone’s public and private identitiesare mergingPhoto: Berliner. Gazette. Source:The Web Means the End of Forgetting. By Jeffrey Rosen. The New York Times. July 2010.
  • 13. applicants are forced to be themselves onpersonal profiles like Facebook, Twitter, andLinkedInPhoto: Fora do Eixo.
  • 14. to employers, a candidate’s contacts, friendsand followers back their profiles up.Photo: nataliej.
  • 15. a study done by the University of Texas foundthat what a person is “really” like can be judgedby their Facebook profilePhoto: Kris Kesiak Photography. Source:The Web Means the End of Forgetting. By Jeffrey Rosen. The New York Times. July2010.
  • 16. “current social norms” favour exposure overprivacy. Individuals are now more comfortablesharing information of all kinds “openly andwith more people”Photo: On a meadow, lea. Source:The Web Means the End of Forgetting. By Jeffrey Rosen. The New York Times. July 2010.
  • 17. As a result, “We’re coming to terms andreconciling with that merging of identities”Photo: Jitter Buffer Source:The Web Means the End of Forgetting. By Jeffrey Rosen. The New York Times. July 2010.
  • 18. to employers, visibility creates opportunitiesand reputation builds trustPhoto: the tartan podcast Source:The Reputation Economy is Coming - Are You Prepared? By Dan Schaebel. Forbes. February 2011
  • 19. This “proven” trustworthiness exists only online,so in order to compete in the global economy,individuals must maintain their brand.Photo: shareski Source:The Reputation Economy is Coming - Are You Prepared? By Dan Schaebel. Forbes. February 2011
  • 20. "The Web is your ré sumé . Socialnetworks are your mass references”.Photo: James Cridland Source: Tweets, not résumés, are trending. By Bruce Horovitz. February 2013. USA Today.
  • 21. “The very best talent isnt even lookingfor work. Theyre mobile and sociallyconnected and too busy changing the world”Photo: NASA Goddard Photo and Video Source: Tweets, not résumés, are trending. By Bruce Horovitz. February 2013. USA Today.