You’ve probably heard about the controversy surrounding employers asking job applicants for their Facebook user names and passwords as part of the background check process. It sounds shocking, but it happens – particularly among law enforcement entities
I have written several times on the concept of Results only work environments (ROWE). You can see that here, here and here. I think it is a great concept but I have noted that most organizations will have a difficult time instituting because of the way we currently have to pay people. One futurist feels that by the year 2030 we will see the demise of pay based on the time you work.
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When you mention reference checking to many, the distrust is often visible. Reference reports are often endorsements, or as Linkedin calls them,“recommendations”. But what can be done to supplement the interview?