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Some important questions, that have been overlooked by other answers (and advice on if this is the case): Are you signing into LinkedIn on company devices? If so, there is a good chance they have some sort of administrative tool that may allow them to monitor your usage of LinkedIn. Sign out of LinkedIn on these devices IMMEDIATELY. Have you EVER signed ...


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I really don't know how companies and Linked In administrator roles work. I do know that with Facebook, I end up with some weird and non-intuitive use cases where I can't tell that I've crossed over between acting as myself, the everday user, vs. the admin for a group that I help manage - and that has caused a certain level of information bleed... not so ...


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IMHO, looks like someone have access to your LinkedIn messages or email you get LinkedIn notification to I would suggest to add two-factor authentication and go over permissions you have configured for your LinkedIn account And move email notifications to out of company bounds account (Gmail, Yahoo etc) After that , monitor meetings, you can contact me in ...


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This would be very difficult unless they somehow gained access to your account. Even if it were possible, it’s highly unlikely that anyone would go to such lengths to sabotage your job hunt. (People have more important things to do than monitor your LinkedIn). If you’re worried about it though, the simple answer is to stop scheduling interviews over LinkedIn....


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In my job, I have the duty to lock my computer and some other things up when they are not used. That's something a company can reasonably ask you to do. What if my laptop falls off the desk if I don't watch out? That's an accident. My company cannot reasonably ask me to have no accidents. Because it's in the nature of an accident that it just happens, even ...


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In this case who should bear the cost of damage? When company property is accidentally damaged, the company should bear the cost of that damage, in my opinion. It's up to them to decide to carry insurance or not. (Of course, there's often a difference between should and legally required to do so.) Is it right for the company to give any kind of asset to us ...


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I was a co-founder in my friend's startup for 6 months in India. It was something out of passion, not about money. So, the Company wasn't registered legally, all 10 of us were volunteering our services for free. It seems like it wasn't a startup then. You did not co-found anything, because nothing was actually "founded". You volunteered. All of ...


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