I mean it wasn’t intentional but it did backfire on his LinkedIn about women in the workplace, said in an article on etonline.com.

He announced about having an open discussion about women in the workplace and even posted a few questions on his LinkedIn. His questions including dating in the workplace, advice to give to female entrepreneurs, etc.

People on LinkedIn backfired of the post and he responded on his Twitter saying, “Thank you everyone for the feedback on the questions I posted on LinkedIn. Good and bad. Already a learning experience,” he admits. “Looking to host an open live conversation on Monday morning on my FB page about gender equality in the workplace.”

Click here to see all the questions he mentioned on his post on LinkedIn. Was it a good intention/bad intention? Let me know!


-Marco A. Salinas


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