Be smart when using social networks on the job

05/30/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Before checking Facebook or other social networking sites at work, consult your company's policy to make sure it's OK and won't get you fired, says Tyson Snow, an employment lawyer. If you post anything about your company, make sure you're not revealing confidential company information and be "very, very careful that you're only ... putting the company in the most positive light possible," etiquette coach Terri Thompson says.

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