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Protect Your Privacy During the Job Interview – Know Your Rights

Robert Ellis Smith, who is recognized as the leading expert on the right to privacy in the United States joins Coach Jaynine on April 23, 2012 to discuss what can and cannot be asked during the initial job interview on From Military to Mainstream.

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PRLog (Press Release) - Apr. 23, 2012 - Jacksonville, North Carolina – Retired United States Marine Jaynine Howard is the coach for the military and host of From Military to Mainstream.  From Military to Mainstream is the radio show for Military Veterans and their family members. This is where you can learn the latest trends in job hunting, career success strategies and programs available to Military Veterans.  Robert Ellis Smith, who is recognized as the leading expert on the right to privacy in the United States joins Coach Jaynine on April 23, 2012 to discuss what can and cannot be asked during the initial job interview.

There has been a buzz online recently regarding employers asking job applicants for their Facebook login and passwords. Is this legal? “Yes, it currently is legal to ask for these items” says Robert Ellis Smith.  He advises listeners to anticipate questions and be ready to provide an explanation regarding an arrest record or credit report as well as if you are medically discharged from the military and why.  He also educates the listeners on providing what you need to know regarding providing your social security number, information brokers, polygraph testing, genetics testing and many other things you may have not thought about as you prepare for a job interview. Know your rights.

Howard reports “Robert Ellis Smith is the author of Privacy Journal, an experienced journalist, lawyer and the author of several books on privacy. ““Twice he has been asked to write the definition of privacy for the World Book Encyclopedia” http://www.privacyjournal.net/  “.  “Know your rights before going on the job interview” “When you anticipate the questions and know your rights you will appear more professional during the job interview.”

You can listen and download this episode at From Military to Mainstream  http://webtalkradio.net/shows/from-military-to-mainstream/ .

Coach Jaynine Howard is the owner of Dream Catcher – Business & Career Coaching. Dream Catcher is a woman owned and veteran owned business.  She is a member of the Carteret Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Leadership Carteret Class of 2011, Jacksonville - Onslow Chamber of Commerce, and the American Psychological Association. She is also a retired United States Marine and former psychotherapist who works with Veterans and those on Active Duty.  Dream Catcher is where your desire to succeed and your commitment to grow personally and professionally meet so you can turn your dreams into reality. You can start turning your dreams into reality by downloading this week’s episode or past episodes of From Military to Mainstream.  You can also visit her on Facebook – Coach for the Military to learn about upcoming job fairs, resume writing tips, and interviewing strategies or ask her questions.

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