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It’s also noteworthy, says attorney Jordan Thomas, chair of the whistleblower representation practice at [prior firm], 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.”