Occasionally, women are driven to delete their Linked In accounts entirely.
The singer makes no apologies for flaunting her curvaceous physique.
“My body is art,” she wrote in a post with another naked photo.
“I’ve had my fair share of weird messages on Linked In, so my standard practice is not to accept invites from anyone (mostly men) that I do not know or are not affiliated with my industry,” said a woman who works for a technology firm and requested anonymity for professional reasons.
“In short, [Linked In] is not much more professional than any other social network site, in that people are messy and bring their messes everywhere.”Linked In is the closest thing Stephanie Mc Donald has to a workplace.
Once, a man asked if she would be willing to have phone conversations with him weekly, for money.