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What Not To Post Online

Published by on April 16, 2008

I recently came across an online question that read something like this (really): “I want to terminate an employee because of her medical condition even though her medical condition is not affecting her performance at work.” Again, this was really posted online.  Some of the responses did question whether this was a real question.  Regardless, […]

I recently came across an online question that read something like this (really):

“I want to terminate an employee because of her medical condition even though her medical condition is not affecting her performance at work.”

Again, this was really posted online.  Some of the responses did question whether this was a real question.  Regardless, it serves as a good learning tool on what NOT to post online. 

While online networking sites are wonderful, those seeking legal advice regarding employment practices would be better off hiring an attorney than posting questions like this online.  It is usually cheaper in the long run to consult with your attorney than to rely on “free” advice online and end up in a lawsuit.

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