“Would you want a potential employer scanning your Facebook wall or clicking through photos of you with family and friends?
Well, if you apply for a job with the city of Bozeman, Mont., you might run that risk.
On the city’s Web site, a waiver statement for background and reference checks asks job applicants to release information about personal, professional and social networking Web sites, including log-in information and passwords.
“Please list any and all, current personal or business web sites, web pages or memberships on any Internet-based chat rooms, social clubs or forums, to include, but not limited to: Facebook, Google, Yahoo, YouTube.com, MySpace, etc.,” the document reads.”
I don’t post anything on my facebook I won’t want I an employer to see. I would never, however accept a friend request from an employer or potiential employer. I would never disclose I have a facebook to and employer or potiential employer in the first place.