Job Applicants' Information Privacy Protection Responses: Using Social Media for Candidate Screening

@article{Drake2016JobAI,
  title={Job Applicants' Information Privacy Protection Responses: Using Social Media for Candidate Screening},
  author={J. Drake and Dianne Hall and J. Becton and Clay Posey},
  journal={AIS Trans. Hum. Comput. Interact.},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={3}
}
For human resource (HR) departments, screening job applicants is an integral role in acquiring talent. Many HR departments have begun to turn to social networks to better understand job candidates’ character. Using social networks as a screening tool might provide insights not readily available from resumes or initial interviews. However, requiring access to an applicants’ social networks and the private activities occurring therein—a practice currently legal in 29 U.S. states (Deschenaux, 2015… Expand
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