A MAN has left his full-time job to spend his nine-to-five working week trying to get ahead of his LinkedIn notifications.
Stephen Malley came home after a day’s work to find more than 500 accumulated messages from the networking giant and realised that something had to give.
He said: “It wasn’t fair to LinkedIn to carry on the way we were doing. And it’s trying so hard to help me.
“I was waking up in a cold sweat realising that I’d forgotten a former colleague’s work anniversary, or that I’d not endorsed my mate Dave’s skills in E-Commerce.
“Now I’m watching recruiters’ stories, reading top tips from CEOs the moment they’re released, and I know the minute someone’s looking at my profile.
“This must be working wonders for my career prospects. Apart from that I’m unemployed now.”
A LinkedIn spokesman said “Nobody escapes LinkedIn. Even if you change your name and move to a cabin in Siberia, we’ll send someone to find you and tell you that your ex-boss has changed their role title.”