Aaron Holt, an associate of Cozen O'Connor's Labor & Employment department, spoke with KTRH News Radio about being cautious what you say at work and the consequences it may have. You may think your social media commentary is witty and your pranks are hilarious, but your employer — and the law — may see it differently. Aaron says you may force your employer to take action. "If any of those comments online reference race, gender, sex, national origin — things like that — then an employer might have a duty and an obligation to correct that behavior and that might end the job," Holt says.
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