It's generally a good policy to keep our personal lives separate from our work lives, but with the popularity of social media, sometimes that can be hard. While we have the freedom to make our own choices off-the-clock, when those choices are documented publicly on Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok, they can cause problems for us in the workplace. This lesson will talk about how our online reputation can help or hurt us as we seek to grow in our careers.
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