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Oct 19, 2016

Workplace Law Bulletin - Off-Duty Conduct: What Can Happen When Employees Go Viral

It seems that a week cannot go by without the news reporting on a seemingly private or embarrassing event that has gone public. With the abundance of cameras in our daily public lives and the instantaneous sharing of information, our actions and statements can be easily broadcast as they happen. Our new “public” life is ever more on display.

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