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Dislike your boss? Go ahead, complain on Facebook!

via Lifehacker — It turns out that you can say anything you want on Facebook about your boss and your job and you’re protected under the law. A judge has ruled that under the National Labor Relations Act, employees have “the right to converse among themselves about workplace conditions.”

This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t manage your online presence, afterall you may not get fired, but you may also not get promoted.

For great tips on managing your online presence, read Google, Facebook and Twitter: The new resume.


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About Libby Juliá-Vázquez

Being Latino's Chief Content Officer, Libby Juliá Vázquez has been with BL since April 2010. She oversees all aspects of the online magazine's strategic direction including content and partnerships. She is also the owner of Write Media, a freelance writing and communications company. Her extensive experience has made her a sought-after expert in content, social media, and editing.

A self-proclaimed gypsy, Libby has lived in New York, Puerto Rico, and Utah, and now resides in Chicago.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and should not be understood to be shared by Being Latino, Inc.


  1. NYVixen says:

    It’s freedom of speech but think before you post anything on facebook, twitter, even your own personal blog and if you do, you had better make sure #1 you have privacy settings on all of these pages and NO ONE in your office is on your friends list and never mention anyone’s name online EVER. There are tons of ppl in the office on facebook and the ones whom I don’t like are BLOCKED for my privacy and protection.

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