About a year ago an employee at the non-profit agency Hispanics United of Buffalo let loose with a Facebook rant about the work conditions. This prompted followup comments from coworkers
What the f… Try doing my job. I have 5 programs,” and “Tell her to come do [my] f***ing job n c if I don’t do enough, this is just dum
Naturally the co-worker spied the message. Passed the information along to their supervisor and the workers making the disparaging comments were all fired for cyber harassment of co-workers.
Fast forward to now. The five fired co-workers were all awarded their jobs back based on a National Labor Relations Board ruling that said employees have the right to talk to each other about improving work conditions.