Kickass Masterminds, based in Texas, US, said posting bikini pictures on social media would not help job applicants find 'a professional job'. A job applicant slammed a marketing firm for 'objectifying' her after the company posted her bikini picture on its Instagram page. Emily Clow, 24, was shocked to discover Kickass Masterminds had shared her Instagram shot and captioned the picture with a warning to other prospective candidates.
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One woman was left shocked when a company she'd applied to publicly humiliated her by sharing one of her bikini photos online. Emily Clow from Austin, Texas, went for an internship at a marketing company called Kickass Masterminds. But after submitting her application, the company later shamed year-old Emily by uploading an Instagram story of her screen-shotted from her public social media page. But this is not doing you any favors in finding a professional job.
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A marketing company in Texas has come under fire after it shared a photograph of a prospective intern wearing a swimsuit on Instagram in an apparent attempt to shame her. But this is not doing you any favours in finding a professional job. Also, how is that photo unprofessional? There was no communication to her saying she was disqualified.
A Texas woman said she was shamed online by a potential employer who took a photo of her in a bikini from her Instagram account and shared it on the company's page while warning other applicants that it was unprofessional. Emily Clowwho according to her Twitter account lives in Austin, said she applied for a marketing coordinator position at a business startup, Kickass Masterminds. Clow told NBC News in a phone interview Wednesday that shortly after applying, a company representative reached out to her and said the firm wanted to move ahead with the application process and recommended that she follow them on Instagram.