Social Media Screening: Peeking Into The World Wide Web

Presented by

Clancy King, Senior Associate, DLA Piper | Elizabeth Fitzell, Sterling RISQ, Managing Director, APAC

About this talk

With technology, communication has evolved from letters to emails, phone calls to text messaging and the use of social media to stay in contact and network. An opinion in the past might be passed on verbally, but now more often than not, it appears on the newsfeed on social media sites, or even as a video on YouTube and is available to a much wider audience. Social media is no longer just a network of social activities, but a throve of information for the workforce. Can it help us hire faster, better and safer? Topics discussed: - Workforce 2020: The digital nomads - Social Media Habits in the Global Workforce - The impact of social media in hiring and screening practices - How to create a social media policy - Social Media Screening: Why the need for it? You will gain a better understanding of how companies are managing social media in their workforce whilst remaining compliant in their hiring practices, as well as actionable measures and tools to hire faster, better, safer.

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