Social Networkers: A Different Breed?

Human Resource Executive Online
February 14, 2012

Jordan A. Thomas was quoted regarding social networking and potential misconduct in the workplace

It's also noteworthy, says attorney Jordan Thomas, chair of the whistleblower representation practice at New York-based Labaton Sucharow, that active social networkers tend to skew younger -- a demographic that tends to have a weaker connection to their employers.


"These folks tend to have a shorter time horizon in terms of how long they plan to stay in their job," he says. "The less-connected people are to their employer, the greater the probability that misconduct will occur."