IIS IT ETHICALLY ACCEPTABLE FOR POTENTIAL
EMPLOYERS TO REQUEST YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA
PASSWORDS TO CONTINUE A JOB INTERVIEW?
IS IT ETHICALLY ACCEPTABLE FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS
TO REQUEST YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PASSWORDS TO
CONTINUE A JOB INTERVIEW
THESIS STATEMENT: The popularity of social media has potential employers requesting passwords due to their concerns related to hiring future employers. Is this ethically acceptable or is it a invasion of privacy? In my discussion I will cover some areas of why this is unacceptable. I will also provide my own opinion. There are many questions and opinions pertaining to this topic. I will provide a summary of why this is unacceptable.
Is it ethically acceptable for potential employers to request your social media passwords in order to continue a job interview?
• This topic of controversy is huge in society because people feel that this is an intrusion on their privacy.
There is much debate about this due to the fact that the people who are applying for potential jobs do not feel that by law they should have to release this information. Why do they need this in order to make a decision about how I am as an employee? What exactly are they looking for? How do they consider this to be ethical and moral? These are just a few of the questions that I will try to describe in my discussion of this topic.
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