6/18/2009 EACE Annual Conference
May 22, 2009[Eastern Association of Colleges and Employers
(Speaking Engagement) (http://www.eace.org/conference.html)
Social Networking Sites: Can You Always Trust What You See?
Presented by Jason B. Morris, President and C.O.O. at EmployeeScreenIQ
June 18, 2009 at 11:15AM-12:15PM EST
Buffalo Marriott Niagara Hotel
The social network revolution has changed many communication channels, but should it affect the way job applicants are screened? Sites such as Facebook, My Space and LinkedIn contain a wealth of personal information, but should you trust the information found on these sites? Does this practice pose a threat to possibly violating FCRA and EEOC guidelines and other best practices? Join EmployeeScreenIQ president and C.O.O., Jason B. Morris for this insightful presentation.
This session will help you understand the possible negative ramifications of using information from social networking sites in your employment screening processes.
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