How Social Media Sways Hiring Decisions

Person surprised by social media post

Companies often do internet searches on job candidates, and consider what they find on social media when making hiring decisions.  For example: “The candidate had a great resume and interviewed well, but Human Resources was concerned about his Twitter comments, so we didn’t hire him.” As a Business Psychologist specializing in assessing candidates, I advocate […]

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How to Recognize Weaponized Feedback

Business person receiving negative feedback

Constructive feedback is helpful to the person it’s given to.  It can be positive feedback (e.g., “You’re doing a great job”) or negative feedback (e.g., “Here’s how you can do a better job…”). In contrast, weaponized feedback is harmful to the person it’s given to, and it can be used to exploit them.  Worse, weaponized […]

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