The information we post on social networks can have a positive or negative effect when it comes to the influence they have when we are searching for a new job. According to specialists, the Facebook account of a candidate and confirm or deny if the CV contains untrue things. Also, if you have good reactions on your social networking accounts then you have better changes of getting the job.
Uninspired communication on social networks, along with publishing untrue things in a resume, represents some of the most popular reasons why HR people reject candidates.
On the other hand, a good impression on a candidate’s Facebook account can have positive effects, according to a study created by Reppler.
The study integrates the replies of 300 Human Resources people and shows the fact that 47% of employers consulted the Facebook, Twitter of LinkedIn accounts after candidates applied for getting a job, and 27% of them checked the social networking accounts only after a first talk with potential employees.