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Social media is everywhere. It’s at home, at the gym, at the grocery store, at school, and even at work. The use of social media has become so pervasive in today’s workplace that it is even having an impact on the enforcement of federal laws.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission met recently in Washington DC to address the topic. The meeting helped the EEOC understand exactly how social media is being used in the office and what impact it may have on laws that prohibit discriminatory practices in the workplace.

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