A lack of mobile compatibility could reflect poorly on employer branding, as job seekers dismiss prospective employers due to an unfriendly mobile experience.
Mischievous part-time staffers have started a new trend by posting photos of their inappropriate work antics on social media sites, much to the chagrin of their employers.
A study has suggested Facebook and Twitter are more addictive than cigarettes and alcohol. Enter the 'Pavlov Poke', a 'shocking' aversion therapy device.
The recent termination of a media company’s executive over misogynistic Twitter posts has sparked the need to discuss the presence of all executives online, and how that is perceived by candidates
Man takes inspiration from children’s TV show My Little Pony to jazz up his resume.
As Toronto Fire tries to encourage women to join their brigade, two male firefighters have been suspended over sexist tweets.
Find yourself taking a lot of “selfies”? You might be ticking off a fair few of your colleagues.
A Toronto man has lost his job after tweeting a request for marijuana to be delivered to his workplace.
Social networking giant Twitter has been forced to apologize for faking real users’ tweets.
A New York food truck company has met angry backlash and calls for a boycott for firing an employee who Tweet-shamed non-tipping customers.