The New PEP Code Helps Job Seekers Protect Their Privacy and Facebook Passwords

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The new Job Seeker PEP Code service from Wemetcard Inc. helps protect the privacy of job seekers and also satisfy employers seeking additional information before hiring potential employees.

Job seekers, privacy activist groups and many government officials, are very concerned about employers now asking job seekers for their private Facebook passwords in order to obtain more information about potential employees. This not only raises privacy and security concerns for those who are seeking jobs, but also serious concerns to those who are Facebook friends of a job seeker who willingly gives out his or her private Facebook password. Once an employer accesses ones Facebook account, that employer can also see the personal information of friends connected to that job seeker, who may have been given exclusive access to such information. To accommodate prospective employers who seek additional information before hiring potential employees, instead of giving out personal and private Facebook passwords, which violates Facebook's Privacy Policy and User Agreement, job seekers can now give them their free PEP Code which allows employers to see their customized, "Potential Employee Profile" page. This enables job seekers to post additional information about themselves, that they would not normally put on their resume. Additionally, they can upload a photo, video resume and also post their most current resume which can be downloaded directly from their profile page. Details at:

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