LinkedIn can be an excellent tool for HR professionals. You can use it to look for talented people in your industry that you may want to hire. You can use it to build an exciting employer brand, or you can even work on your engagement strategy using workplace groups.
However, some people adopt a different tactic on the social media site. A Twitter account, @StateOfLinkedIn, has begun to compile the worst cases of bragging, misuse or business mumbo-jumbo on the site, to find the most cringeworthy messages ever uploaded.
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