Companies must mind labor law when it comes to Facebook firings
As more employees are getting fired for their distasteful comments on social media, employers must learn which actions are, and are not, punishable.
Many American workers air their workplace gripes on social media, and it's starting to get them in trouble with their employers. But their employers aren't necessarily in the right either, Dave Jamieson says in an article from the Huffington Post. As bosses respond to workers' heated and vulgar complaints with termination notices, they need to consider whether or not the law permits them to fire someone for what's broadcast on social media, Jamieson expla read more...
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