An employer publicly shamed a job applicant in a very sexist way, and is now paying the price. Cenk Uygur, Brooke Thomas, and Aida Rodriguez discuss on The Young Turks. MORE TYT: https://tyt.com/trial
"When Emily Clow came across a job posting for a marketing position at an Austin-based company that helps entrepreneurs grow their business, she thought it could be a great opportunity for her to use her social media and sales experience.
But soon after submitting an application, Clow, 24, discovered that the potential employer was using her personal social media posts against her.
After asking Clow to fill out additional application materials, the company, Kickass Masterminds, took a photo of her in a bikini from her Instagram account and posted it to the company's story, warning other applicants to not "share your social media accounts with a potential employer if this is the kind of content on it."*