NATURAL SELECTION WORKS: Did This Employee Mocking The Unknown Soldier Wave Her Right to Separation of Work/Private Life?

HR Capitalist

Weave social media into it. Check it - From Gawker : The 30-year-old Massachusetts native, who gained overnight infamy for posting a Facebook photo of herself mock-disrespecting the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier while on a work-related trip to Arlington National Cemetery, was unceremoniously fired by her employer yesterday after it was reportedly inundated with angry emails and calls. The decision to do this at Arlington and post on social?

10 Simply Awesome College & University Career Service Blogs

Workology

Chances are as employers, you are adding some new young and ambitious faces to your workplace. While you are contemplating the value of social media for managers and HR and its uses when communicating to your employee population, it’s important to recognize our this young and hungry employee population prefers to digest their electronic information leading to maximum productivity. I love the internet and social media but the workplace is not completely online.