Some workers do not understand how important it is to refrain from posting inappropriate content on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter
If it is known that you should not be posting on Facebook or Twitter while on the job, then you should refrain from doing so unless it is part of your job description. Employers do not want to see you wasting time by browsing other people’s timelines or constantly posting tweets about your day.
It does not matter if you are of legal drinking age or not, posting photos on your Facebook or Instagram pages with alcohol is a big no-no today. Companies do not like this because your pages can be found by their clients with a quick search. You represent the organization no matter where you are, so be sure to avoid posting photos while holding a beer, wine or other drink.
Even if you do not mention the name of your employer in a post on social media, you should still refrain from making complaints about the company on these sites. You might think that the complaints are harmless or very light, but the company and your co-workers will not appreciate them.
Facebook has approximately 1.55 billion and Twitter has 307 million monthly active users respectively. The circulation of such bigoted comments has the potential for causing irreparable harm to the dignity and reputations of individuals and social groups. The posting of such comments on influential public platforms are not only in clear violation of the user policies of the respective social media platforms – but violate the human rights of those at whom they were directed.
What you post online speaks VOLUME about who you really are. POST with intention. REPOST with caution. Germany Kent