A Woman Shared a Video About Her Salary On Tiktok; Got Fired By The Company


USA Today spoke with Bennitta Joseph, a partner at the law firm Joseph & Norinsberg LLC, about employers monitoring social media.

“A company has a huge interest to make sure you are not engaging in discriminatory statements, disclosing trade secrets, threats of violence, and unlawful conduct,” Joseph told USA Today. “If they do find out that you are doing any of these, it could be grounds for termination.”