Employer Overreach on Social Media


I’m noticing a lot of overreach with the social networks by employers.

Employers need to respect their employees’ free time and stay out of their personal business.

If employers really cared about their images, then they wouldn’t make employees purchase their own uniforms.

When employees are forced to purchase their own uniforms, and then they leave, they can do whatever they want with them.

A company’s uniform can end up on a drug-addicted store thief, puffing away while they shatter the jewelry counter.

When I was younger, the companies that had uniforms used to give them to their employees and then have the employee turn them in when they left.

Now, most don’t do that, but at the same time, they try to use the excuse that they are looking out for their companies’ images when they are stalking their employees on social media.


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