Taft hosted the Taiwanese American Professionals-Chicago event “TAP-Chicago Presents: Managing Your Social Media Presence” on April 22 in our Chicago office.
The program featured Taft attorney Rachel Schaller, who presented on what employers can consider on social media when making hiring decisions and what an applicant’s rights are. Recruiter Katie Molchan of Beacon Hill Staffing shared “do’s and don’ts” of what job searchers should include on social media platforms.
The event is the latest in TAP’s professional skills series. Taft attorney Richard Hu is co-director of TAP-Chicago’s Leadership and Professional Development Committee and helped plan the program.
TAP-Chicago is an Illinois not-for-profit organization founded in 2008 to help strengthen and unite the Taiwanese American community in Chicagoland. The organization provides cultural awareness, professional development, community service and leadership opportunities to the Taiwanese American community. From humble beginnings, TAP-Chicago has grown to 2000+ members since its inception seven years ago. In fulfilling its mission, TAP-Chicago collaborates with different Asian American, cultural, professional and social service organizations in the greater Chicagoland area.