Control the narrative against reputational damage rather than take legal action

Recruiters have been urged to tread carefully when responding to people they suspect are deliberately trying to destroy their reputation.

Reputation is everything in the recruitment sector, and there are more and more avenues people can use when reviewing a business or service. But what should recruiters do if they suspect someone is going online and posting negative reviews about their business and rival businesses that all operate in the same recruitment sector?

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