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Sunil Kumar commented on Adrienne Erin's blog post 'Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?'
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Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?

Employees are the cogs that keep company gears moving forward. It’s understandable that any business would want to keep those cogs well-oiled and optimized. Problems that an employee may encounter are also the company’s problems. That being said, employees are still people, and they have free will. Trying to control and manipulate them will end badly.That point also holds true when it comes to social profiles such as LinkedIn. Companies are already attempting to dictate the content that…See More
Nov 5, 2013
Keith D. Halperin commented on Adrienne Erin's blog post 'Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?'
"Can they? Yes. Should they? No. Next question, please.   Keith"
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Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?

Employees are the cogs that keep company gears moving forward. It’s understandable that any business would want to keep those cogs well-oiled and optimized. Problems that an employee may encounter are also the company’s problems. That being said, employees are still people, and they have free will. Trying to control and manipulate them will end badly.That point also holds true when it comes to social profiles such as LinkedIn. Companies are already attempting to dictate the content that…See More
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Adrienne
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Freelance Writer
Company
Self-Employed
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Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries
How many employees in your company?
<10
College/University
Kenyon College
What kind of networking are you open to?
Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche
How do you introduce yourself to people you meet in business?
I'm a social media/business/career freelance writer with strong blogging skills, a unique voice, and a love of teaching. My background ranges from working in career development to speaking French. I also do some freelance design.
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Bill Gates
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Can Employers Control Their Employees’ LinkedIn Profiles?

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 3:42pm 2 Comments

Employees are the cogs that keep company gears moving forward. It’s understandable that any business would want to keep those cogs well-oiled and optimized. Problems that an employee may encounter are also the company’s problems. That being said, employees are still people, and they have free will. Trying to control and manipulate them will end badly.

That point also holds true when it comes to social profiles such as LinkedIn. Companies are already attempting to dictate the content…

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