That Was The Old Me: Managing Online Reputation
91% of hiring managers now look at social media profiles when screening job applicants, and one in 10 young job applicants has been denied due to their online reputation. Companies are concerned with employees’ personal behavior more than ever, and brands are leveraging customer data for increased sales.
Meanwhile, many of us are so caught up in being relevant, authentic and part of the conversation that we fail to realize the overall impression our digital identity presents, or the impact a few bad pictures or a drunk rant might have on our futures.
In this dual panel, security expert Bryan Hjelm from CSID and Internet privacy lawyer and reputation management specialist Parry Aftab will debate the topic of online reputation, including reputation management techniques, privacy and legal implications, and use cases for businesses. No matter your perspective – as a consumer, professional, HR manager, CEO – this discussion directly impacts your life and is one not to miss.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How can consumers and professionals curate and maintain their online reputations - through best practices, technologies and more?
- Who is watching your online reputation, and what are they doing with it?
- How and why are employers using social media channels to monitor employee and business activity, as well as screen job candidates?
- How can an employee’s reputation affect their employer’s brand?
- What are the legal and privacy implications of monitoring online reputations, from both the consumer and business perspective?
Jessica Warren CSID
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