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Wetherspoons boycotting social media 

If this is a decision made by Wetherspoons in light of a detailed study of the return on investment in social media, which found that the time they spent on it was not justified by positive results, then I can only applaud them for being courageous enough to admit that, and hope that their move might inspire more companies to really address the return they get.

Contributor: Nick Lee | Published: 16 April 2018

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Recruiters admit ‘stalking’ potential employees online

With a third (30.8 percent) of recruiters admitting that they ‘stalk’ potential candidates on social media, professionals need to be savvy about what they post online. Despite this, over one in four (29.5 percent) confess that their social media profiles aren’t set to private. That’s according to the latest data from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job site. 

Contributor: Lee Biggins | Published: 20 March 2018

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Young people avoiding politics on social media, fearing it will harm job prospects

A survey has revealed that more than three quarters of young people think that if they discuss politics on their social media accounts, it will hurt their chances of employment in the future. The survey, which spoke to more than 6,000 people under the age of 18, also discovered young people think Brexit has negatively impacted political conversations.

Contributor: Matteo Bergamini | Published: 16 January 2018

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Social media ‘bragging’ spilling out into workplace

Social media has been blamed for the growing trend of office workers using out of office emails to brag about their summer holidays, glamourous lifestyles and even new babies. Comment Chris Meredith of LondonOffices.com.

Contributor: Chris Meredith | Published: 29 August 2017

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Germany slams social media – huge fines

News has broken that social media companies in Germany face fines of up to 50m euros ($57.1; £43.9m) if they fail to remove "obviously illegal" content in time. Comment from Defamation litigator at Mishcon de Reya, Katy Colton.

Contributor: Katy Colton | Published: 3 July 2017