Finally, many ethical concerns are being raised about the use of Social Media as a method of doing quick, informal background checks on potential hires or current employees.

In the last few years, companies have begun initiating and implementing Social Media policies for their employees to follow. These policies range from encouraging employees to utilize Social Media for marketing purposes, to restricting the use of employees of Social Media in order to ensure they do not hurt the company image. As these policies become more and more wide-spread, both the Society for Human Resource Management and the NLRB (National Labor Relations Board) has become concerned about the limits on speech and activity which employers are imposing on their workers. Further, in some states, laws are being passed to protect employees and potential employees from being required to disclose Social Media passwords during job interviews or after hire. Finally, many ethical concerns are being raised about the use of Social Media as a method of doing quick, informal background checks on potential hires or current employees.

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