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Employers Advised to Use Extreme Caution With Social Media Background Checks
Posted 06.25.13
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Duane Morris Institute
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Employers often say they want to access social media information about a job candidate because they want to know as much about him or her as possible, but they must be very careful not to violate anti-discrimination laws. Partner Michael S. Cohen gives recommendations to employers regarding social media considerations for job candidates in an article in the Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report.

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