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As social media is becoming a more integral part of everyday life, employers are increasingly targeting these sites to screen job candidates, and some have recently been under fire when they asked prospective employees for their social media passwords. While these employers may have good intentions and just want to verify information given to them by job applicants, there could be negative repercussions, says Duncan Ferguson, managing director of leadership development at BPI Group, a global management and human resources consulting firm.

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