Have You Ever Rejected A Job Applicant Because Of Something Posted To Their Social Media Profile?
A recent survey from On Device Research as part of their Young People’s Consumer Confidence (YPCC) Index, which is designed to help businesses understand what young people (16-34) think about their current and future economic and employment prospects, in both developed and growth markets, revealed that one in ten young people have been rejected for a job because of their social media profile.
We realize that when it comes to mortuary college students they are not exempt from bad decisions and they all fully embrace social media as a part of their life style, so we have to ask:
Have you ever rejected a mortuary college job applicant because of something posted on their social media profile?
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