Because the main theme of social networks is to connect with friends, most profiles are not set up to be viewed as your professional self, but as someone in a more
casual and social setting.
As an employer, you may not want employees to know about specific interests, hobbies, or whereabouts outside
of the office. The same applies to employees. Credibility issues arise when such content is revealed in the wrong context.
With the increased prevalence of social media in the workplace, every employer should know the "do's" and the
"don't's" when it comes to social media and your employees, and most importantly, have an effective policy in place for your business' electronic
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