Exposing Work in Social Media Websites

Exposing Work in Social Media Websites

estate planning lawyer meetingA problem that’s becoming more common for New Jersey employees is that their workday doesn’t necessarily end when they leave the workplace. A lot of them are venting frustrations on their Facebook posts, Twitter, other social media sites. Sometimes that gets back to the employer and that can have devastating consequences.

 If you make a comment that can be fairly traced back to your employer and the employer doesn’t like it, they can terminate you, they can demote you, they can transfer you. They can punish you for badmouthing the company, for bringing it under ridicule and for telling falsehoods. It’s always a good idea to leave your work back at work and not take it home with you, and don’t expose it on social media.


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