I think I know me by now! I currently have a co-worker that I feel abuses our time off policy. Thats Days X Instances X Instances. I also don't take a lot of photos of myself or my adventures, so I really have no use for it. It sounds like though that any call off will affect others, and guilting people into not take a day off because of that is never a good thing. As well, I'm sick and tired of seeing how great my friends have it.
I accept friend requests from employees also, no problem. I don't get negative comments about what I wear here like I used to where I previously lived. Considering that she truly is a key player on our team, I weighed the pros and cons a while back and made the decision to trust her and assume that if she is calling out sick, albeit once every 6 weeks on average, it is for a good reason. How rational is it to assume that the people in a country that voted for a black President twice suddenly decided Trump is a bigot and they like it? You have a massive migraine? Then how do you feel? I unfollow almost all of them except people who share nice things like travel posts or tech related things. As such, they're merely tools in an Internet marketer's toolbox for most people I know within this industry.
We don't go out a lot because we maybe have some social anxiety, we don't comment a lot on peoples things because we're worried how people will percieve us. By forcing a conversation about the pictures you may go down the unfortunate route of tangling with medical issues and privacy. And finally, you could always just delete your facebook. No true flower of Jesus would ever do such a thing. Now when I get together with people on the weekends we actually have stuff to talk about. I've hidden people from my feed that irritate me and I've unfriended a few as well.
One co-worker posts updates on how much she is drinking and then the next day she calls in sick. I also think selfies no matter how dolled up are not an indication of intent. I know the High Street isn't in the best of states at the moment and I think there would be a lot more vacant shops if there were no students in Portsmouth. I have to be more intentional about relationships and I like that. Actually, im gonna remove from my phone! It really hurt his reputation.
She had cut her skin while clipping toenails. I will purposely not post to any public accounts during my time off just to be safe. One in particular I am thinking of is a post with a child who had the same condition as Brenna. You may unsubscribe from these newsletters at any time. I have mental health issues and a crappy immune system which means I get every bug going and I work in an environment full of students coming and going, so the exposure levels to viruses is high. My personal life and my private life do not need to mix. But thank you for sharing this.
And now, with Google opening up Google+ to business pages, it's pretty clear that Google is simply looking to get in on the massive amount of money to be made from advertising to millions of people in a social network. Plus, Instagram is kind of taking over as fb now. That seems a bit spiteful, all things considered. We may not always get the answer we want, but we get the answer that is best. But again, a decent employer goes well beyond the minimum. I am as baffled by it as you guys are and dread explaining it to employees.
I see several commenters here made great suggestions on legitimate reasons she could be posting. When you start putting yourself out there more, yes of course you open to yourself up to negatives but it's the only way to open yourself up to positives and 9 times out of 10 you will be recieved in a positive way. Or is this about work? You absolutely open yourself up to the opinions of others and your office when you invite them into your social media. They could also create a new policy saying that these connections are ill-advised and why and strongly suggest that new employees not connect with peers on social media. Just the other day someone with the exact same opinion as me ended up getting nasty.
For the past few days all I have done is comment on the posts with a link to this article and today was the first day in a very long time I did not get any of those posts in my feed. As for me, I'm good with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Reddit. Sections are described as the 'Lifestyle Tree' and 'In the Loop' - but overall, the site's a standard social network, dividing your life into Lifestyle, Social and Professional. Those pictures could have been from another day, or have another reasonable explanation. When you sign up, you are granted a 'deed' of rights, as if you'd bought some land - the idea being that you actually 'own' your space within Unthink, rather than Facebook's approach of 'giving' you a space for free, but making money off advertising to you.