Social Media icons 69481675_FullAt first, employee social media use sounds like a matter of common sense. Candidates for a job should be careful what they post on social media sites, and make sure they’re not sharing any unsavory details about their past with potential employers. Once hired, employees shouldn’t “over-share” about their job responsibilities, supervisors, co-workers and clients, lest they find themselves searching for a new job. In general, this is solid advice for employees. However, in the current legal environment, employers also have to be careful how they handle social media use by candidates and employees. Continue Reading