"I would like to commend QPS for the exceptional service you provided me. The timing coincided perfectly with my scheduled move from St. Louis, MO back to Milwaukee. I was truly appreciative of your follow-up communications during my interim probationary period, which confirmed my job satisfaction."
According to the latest survey from CareerBuilder, 37% of hiring managers and HR professional check social media sites to look into candidates. 65% checked Facebook, 63% checked LinkedIn and 16% reviewed Twitter accounts.
Of those who searched, 34% said that information they found on these sites caused them not to hire a candidate including inapproptiate photos, information about drinking or drugs, poor communication skills, badmouthing previous employers, discriminatory comments and lying about qualifications.
Do you think employers should check social media sites before hiring?