Thursday, October 23, 2008

The internets may be hazardous to your job

When people at work know about your online activities (no, not those online activities—pray to God that they never find out about those) you might want to be careful about what you're writing regarding your personal life:
A British call center says an employee who called in sick was caught playing hooky after a night of drinking, and that he effectively confessed on Facebook.

An e-mail exchange between Kyle Doyle, 21, and a human resources worker at the call center revealed the company denied Doyle's claim of skipping work because he was sick after he posted on his Facebook page that he was staying home because he was "still trashed," The Daily Mail reported Thursday.
Wouldn't it be awesome if he was enough of an idiot to write something disparaging about the human resources worker on his Facebook page after the incident?

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