Can employers ask to see your Facebook?
The short answer is yes. It is completely legal for employers to check employees’ social media profiles. In general, state and federal privacy laws dictate what employers can and cannot ask for. It’s essential to note that potential bosses aren’t the only people who can get your information online.
What is CV in Facebook?
Facebook is testing a feature that’ll let users upload their CV to the site, marking another broadside against rival social network LinkedIn. The next step appears to be a system to let users upload resumes to advertise their skills and experience, according to screenshots spotted by The Next Web.
Should I put my Facebook on my resume?
No, don’t include it: If, however, you utilize Facebook like the majority of us – for personal interests, catching up with friends, sharing articles and photos – it may be better to leave this link off of your resume.
What are my skills gaps?
The ‘skills gap’ is the phrase used to describe the difference between the skills that employers want, as shown by their job advertisements, and those that are available from workers looking for a job. Yet employers still complain that they cannot fill jobs with people with the right skills.
Are soft or hard skills more important?
According to CareerBuilder, 77% of hiring managers and HR professionals surveyed in 2014 said soft skills are just as important as hard skills. And 16% of those surveyed felt that soft skills were more important than hard skills.
What is the best skill to learn in 2020?
Topping this year’s list are creativity, collaboration, persuasion, and emotional intelligence—all skills that demonstrate how we work with others and bring new ideas to the table.