“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.
You’ve got about two hours of standing in a box until it all starts.
“It is supposed to be a professional platform.” If people want to transition a working relationship to a personal relationship, she advises they move to a different medium. If the behavior continues, she suggests reiterating the professional nature of the platform and relationship.
Occasionally, women are driven to delete their Linked In accounts entirely.
She said multiple prospective candidates have asked her out on a date over Linked In, and she often gets flirty messages.
Once, a man asked if she would be willing to have phone conversations with him weekly, for money.