Why Social Media Background Investigations?
Did You Know?
SCREENING: 70% of Employers use Social Media to Screen Candidates
CURRENT: 51% of employers use social media sites to research current employees
FINDINGS: 34% of employers have found content online that caused them to reprimand or fire an employee
Social media background investigations should be used prior to hiring an applicant and throughout the course of employment. It is vital to protect your reputation, workplace safety and information security. With a combination of software automation and experienced social media analysts, we can identify a candidate’s potentially problematic online activity and provide you with an FCRA Compliant report to use in your hiring decisions.
What kind of problematic information can a Social Media Hiring Report reveal?
- Racism and/or Demonstrations of Intolerance
- Potentially Violent Behavior
- Potentially Unlawful Activity
- Sexually Explicit Material
Click here to view a mock report for Samuel Doe whose online content flagged instances of racism and/or demonstrations of intolerance.
Click here to view a mock report for Nicole Doe whose online content flagged instances of racism and/or demonstrations of intolerance; and potentially unlawful activity.
Click here to view a mock report for Damon Doe whose online content flagged instances of racism and/or demonstrations of intolerance; potentially unlawful activity; and sexually explicit material.
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