09.10.20 | SOCIAL MEDIA SCREENING WEBINAR
FCRA, Pitfalls of Do-It-Yourself, Protected Speech
Areas of concern, current trends in remote work, D&I initiatives
Focus and scope, technology, workflow
No, it is impossible to list all of the sites being searched because there is no limit on the sources. The sources could range from individual unique websites to the common social media sites. There is no finite list of what will be checked.
No, if the account is completely private and the content is private, Social Intelligence cannot access the report. Generally, we find people have on average 4-6 online accounts with a mix of privacy settings. It is rare that an individual has all of their settings as private – we only see this about 1% of the time.
No, Frasco® Profiles can only access public information. Privacy laws in many states prohibit an employer to as a candidate or employee for their account login information.
Our methodology focuses primarily on business-related online behavior. The type of information that we find is based on:
We have based our methodology based on these select categories based on what employers are primarily concerned about to eliminate risk.