Joined: Oct 2000
Resumes, The Web and Employers
So if you're looking for a job and post your resume on the web, what do you think about your employer spotting it? My feeling is this: I'm advertising my availability. (I'm not, boss, honest, this is for discussion's sake)
But how does an employer deal with that information? And I'll go you one better. One of my employees once posted their resume online and listed some proprietary financial data as part of their accomplishments. I had a heart-to-heart and reminded him that while I always wanted people to seek positions where they were happy, an obligation existed to not release confidential data.
Have you been in a similar circumstance? What would you do or what have you done?
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