Jul 11th 2010 8:20PMFirst of all, your not being paid to socialize. You are being paid to "work" and a simple good morning, and good night to fellow workers is more then enough friendly "non" work related office conversation. Other then that, keeping your personal business just that "personal" makes for a much overall work environment. Another words, if you want to have a hart to hart chat with a co worker, or family member. Do it on your own time. Not the boss's.
Jul 8th 2010 2:56PMAlso, keep in mind every time an employer taps your credit report, your score gets dinged. The credit bureau's can not and do not distinguish between an employers inquires or inquires to obtain a line of credit. So, your score is dinged by a point or even several points.
Keep this tid bit of information in mind, if you do put your social security number on a job application.
Jul 8th 2010 2:41PMI'm sorry. When filling out a job application your social security number shouldn't even be put on your application.
Until such time as your offered the position, your personal finances and your social security number is non of the employer 's damn business.
Your being interviewed because of your job skill background and qualifications, NOT your financial background.
And there is no reason for an employer to request your social security number. Until such time as your on payroll, and are required to give your social security number for your w2 tax form.
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