Facebook Timeline Tells Your Life Story – Why Employers Ask For Facebook Passwords

Potential New Hire Hangs Out With People Who Appear To Be Drowning. Should We Hire?

If you are new to the matter and debate regarding the tactic of potential and sometimes current employers asking potential or current employees for and even requiring information regarding Facebook profiles, and now actual passwords for employees profiles, it has reached The U.S. Congress in regards to an amendment to a bill, an amendment that was recently voted down.

WASHINGTON — House Republicans blocked a measure Tuesday night that would have let the Federal Communications Commission prevent employers from forcing workers to reveal their Facebook passwords.

Democrats offered the legislation as part of bill to slap new restrictions on FCC rules after a string of reports about employers insisting on access to social media accounts — a practice that some senators already want investigated by the Justice Department.
Source: www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/27/facebook-password-protection-amendment-congress_n_1384045.html

Wellness, while I am hesitant to consistently personalize the stories instead of just offering the news, it is the only way to offer you as the viewer the insider scoop that many come to attain and can only be found here, so simply put….

Recently, a young lady that used to work with us as an international correspondent recently asked to have her content removed out of fear of what her current and perhaps future employers would think of her being involved with a website like this or with a name like the one that it has.

How have you been? I hope that you are fine.

I’ve got a question for you; could you remove all of the items with my name on it? I could get into serious trouble at work if they saw what kind of sites came up at google when typing “*****  *******”.

Thank you.

The interesting part about this story which is what has kept you reading rests in the fact that many individuals from mid to high level corporate executive positions that I correspond with quite frequently actually applaud PimpHop.com as a resource for weeding out bad apple employees due to the training that they receive on how to make effective use of their resources of time and energy in the pursuit of offering service, which is what sound business practice is at the core.

In regards to Facebook profiles being used by companies as the new resume standard, it would seem within natural order for employers or potential employers seek information regarding employee attitudes and behaviors with the amount of time consuming personal time it costs active users as potential and current employees.

Would they (employers) not also most likely be concerned about the wasting of paid company time which is what a majority of employees as scheduled to receive in the form of compensation with  hourly wages or monthly salaries along with health care plans?

Moral or the story?

Timeline is the new Facebook profile. Tell your life story through photos, friendships and personal milestones like graduating or traveling to new places.

PimpHop is the old fashioned way of creating and telling a life story that is attractive to employers and potential employers which is that of a life filled with great service and solution provision similar to how this message brings pertinent news and information to your screen as a different perspective to consider.