Unauthorized Employee Recommendations, References on Social Media May Put Employers at Risk

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Employers are beginning to realize that their employees are sending or receiving recommendations on social media sites, such as LinkedIn, that are inconsistent with the employer’s policies, or worse, are false or fraudulent. They need to do something about it.

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