You made one of these social media missteps and don't want it to destroy your job prospects. What do you do?
"My best rule of thumb is to simply apologize, but it depends on the level of the offense" Johnson said. "There are varying levels of etiquette offenses and tolerance by companies and hiring managers."
It's best to keep your apology short and sweet, Johnson said. The "less is more" approach let's you move back to the positives.