FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer quoted in REWIRE’s “Do I Have to Follow Co-Workers on Social Media?”

Mar 24, 2021
  • Employment Law
  • FisherBroyles News

“Even if you work in social media, digital behavior is on your own time — until a co-worker sees it. Whether you’re posting photos of your cat or photos to promote your OnlyFans, that’s not your employer’s business until it is,” writes REWIRE’s Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick. Contributing to Mr. Fitzpatrick’s article, FisherBroyles employment attorney Eric B. Meyer explains why, yes, digital behavior can affect your job.

You can read the full article here.

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