Some of these also look up candidates before they've contacted you.
Recruiters are twice as likely to find something to disqualify you as a candidate than to hire you.
Scott Bartosiewicz, Watch the type of information you post personally, because even though you may not accidentally post to a company handle, be aware that what you post can still reflect upon your online reputation
James Andrews from Ketchum (New York office) who made some unflattering remarks about Memphis this morning before he presented on digital media to the worldwide communications group at FedEx (150+) people.
"Timothy DeLaGhetto," aka @Traphik, Timothy, a server at CPK, was none too happy about a recent uniform change, so he turned to Twitter to tell his company how he felt. The Twitterer was tracked down to a Long Beach CPK store and fired for his behavior.
@EricTTung #SJCSocialMediaerict.co/SJCSocial Conduct Guidelines –
Be Professional “We do not know the total millions of dollars FedEx pays Ketchum…We are confident however, it is enough to expect a greater level of respect and awareness from someone in your position…A hazard of social networking is people will read what you write.” Be Nice. @EricTTung #SJCSocialMediaerict.co/SJCSocial
@EricTTung #SJCSocialMediaerict.co/SJCSocial • Check Links
for professionalism. • Look several pages deep. • Remove Pages from Google. – (Google “Remove Pages from Google”) • Bury The Info. – Get more pages that talk about you (LinkedIn, YourName.com, etc). Yourself. @EricTTung #SJCSocialMediaerict.co/SJCSocial