As we all know, the lines between our work lives and personal lives are increasingly blurred. And when you add camera phones and social media to the mix, the things we do on our non-work time — such as attending a rally or sharing a few choice words with an elected official at a city council meeting — are no longer exclusively private activities.
We’ve all seen photos and videos go viral and land in the hands of bosses, who fear the impact on the company’s brand.
So, can your company actually fire you because you attended a rally or called the city council member a jerk?
SOURCE – READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT: https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/careers/2018/07/03/ask-hr-can-fired-going-protest-speaking-out-politically/753012002/