Freshfields launches its own Facebook site

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  • I assume that an unofficial requirement of their recruitment policy will now be that you join this and so allow Freshfields to poke through your private life?

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  • What's it called? Freshbook?

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  • Another nail in the coffin of the work/life divide.
    There's clearly no such thing as "personal, rather than corporate" when the context is a website operated by your employer.
    Woe betide any Freshfields employee who naively thinks this isn't the case.

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  • Poke this.

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  • I think Chippy is a bit sad that he isn't able to join in with the Freshies FB crowd. It must be great to be down with the kids.

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  • It may have the virtue of attracting all the insufferables to a single firm.

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  • For those of you suggesting that this is a 'social networking' site, I am sorry to disappoint, but it is purely a professional networking tool for FBD staff and alumni to stay in touch with each other and foster lasting business relationships.
    Ergo, you won't be posting pictures of yourself 'on the lash' or other various misdemeanours that somehow manage to end up on facebook, and has no requirement for any divulging of what you do in your spare time!
    Do love the name ' Freshbook' though, maybe there's an idea there.......

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  • Dear FBD Associate,

    Congratulations on your assimilation into the Borg, sorry, the firm.

    David Koresh and his Branch Dividians could (have) learn(ed) something here.

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  • Is there a billing code for its use?

    Given the sociopathic nature of people in major firms, surely its better called Hatebook?

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