Tag Archives: Social Media

Resurgence in Recruiting Call for Review of Best Practices

Lately, PMP has observed a considerable uptick in hiring by small and large employers alike. In view of this welcome development, we thought our readers might benefit from a review of best practices in recruiting. Best Practices for Using Social Media in Recruiting The recruiting landscape has, like everything else in this digital age, changed […]

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Use of Social Media in the Recruiting and Hiring Process

Social media is ubiquitous in today’s world. Chances are, your company has used it in recruiting or candidate screening at one time or another, whether by checking out a candidate’s LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter profile, or by using social media to post a job listing. These methods can help employers access qualified candidates and can […]

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Fired Over Facebook? What Employers Must Know About Social Media Posts

Just last week a Yelp company employee, “Jane,” was fired after blogging about her CEO. Her blog focused on how the CEO did not provide employees with a living wage, and that after taxes she was making approximately $8.15 per hour. She went on to describe how certain employees were homeless or how some were […]

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Are Your Policies Up to Date?

Recent decisions and legislative updates have forced employers of all sizes to take a look at their written policy statements.  Have you had your policies reviewed by a workplace law professional recently?  If you have not updated your policies within the last few years, here are some things you may be missing: Continue reading “Are […]

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Can New York Be Next? Sixth State Limits Employers’ Access to Social Media Accounts

On April 5th, 2013, New Mexico became the sixth state to regulate company access to social networking accounts. Under the new regulation, an employer may not request or demand a job applicant’s social networking password or otherwise mandate access to the account. Click on the link below to continue reading. Can New York Be Next? Sixth […]

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