Question: “I work at a very small customized apparel company. My manager recently asked us to put bumper stickers with our logo on our cars, say something good about us on our Facebook pages, and have a friend or someone in our families give a product of ours a positive review online. I don’t think I’ll be doing any of this, since I think the request crosses a line between work and personal life. The problem is, it might just be me who doesn’t follow the program. I need a way to defend my decision without seeming too harsh. Does anyone have an idea about what I should say?” – Sydney, Customer Service and Fulfillment Specialist
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