For me, it’s just common sense to separate my personal from my business life so it’s a no-brainer that I wouldn’t say anything that might cause me trouble at my work. Even though courts have already ruled that companies should not restrict their employees from talking about work on social media, it still is not worth risking it.
There are plenty of legal ways short of firing you to make your work life a living hell, however, for the following tweeps, they deserved to be fired, period.
Fake Over-time and Brag About It
It’s stupid enough to fake over-time, it’s a completely different level of stupid when you implicate yourself:
Keep on Accessing Banned Sites
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results”
Announce That You Are Suing Your Boss
Tell Everybody About How You Feel About Them
Steal From Your Job
If they didn’t notice, then they probably don’t care that much about. Well now they will notice!
Snitch On The Person Who Covered-up Your Crimes
Sleep With The Boss
It won’t get you fired, but you will earn a lot of colorful nicknames at work.
Be The Sheep That Cried Emergency
Most people have faked a sick leave at one point or another, but actually killing your Grandmother twice is something no one will forgive you for.
Lie On Your Application
It seems like it’s never too early to get fired…
Attest to Your Incompetence At Your Job
Not only have you lost a job in this case but you have ruined your chances of any future employment.
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