I Flunked My Social Media Background Check. Will You?
Gizmodo hired the firm Social Intelligence to conduct a social media background check, which is becoming more commonplace for employers, on its editors. Five passed.
I flunked hard. When that happens, Social Intelligence creates a report, which it would then send to an employer. And if you don’t get a job because of your social media report, you can request a copy. Mine’s filled with delightful details, like “subject admits to use of cocaine as well as LSD,” and “subject references use of Ketamine.”