Being irrational on Social Media could cost you your job

22.12.22 05:08 PM By anil.vedaji

Being Irrational on Social Media can cost you your job

Social Media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc apart from Linkedin. can also help you in landing a job and building a network which can assist you with your growing career. It also can backfire if misused by putting your career in jeopardy. It’s important to be more careful while commenting on social media.

Five Do's on Social Media

  • Use social media to build your personal brand and showcase your professional expertise.
  • Engage with other professionals and industry experts to build your network and stay up-to-date on industry developments.
  • Use privacy settings to control what information is visible to the public.
  • Be mindful of the language you use and the tone of your posts.
  • Keep your profiles up-to-date, including your job title and employer.

Five Dont's on Social Media

  • Post inappropriate or offensive content, or engage in online arguments or disputes.
  • Share confidential or sensitive information about your work or your employer.
  • Neglect to use proper grammar and spelling in your posts.
  • Over-share personal information that could compromise your privacy or safety.
  • Ignore the comments and messages you receive from others on social media.

    Remember, social media can be a great tool for building and promoting your professional image, but it's important to use it responsibly and with consideration for how it may impact your career.