Employee's Discrimination Claim Can't be Salvaged by Coworker's Allegedly Inappropriate Facebook Post - Brown v Tyson Foods - Technology & Marketing Law Blog
This is another firing-for-Facebooking case. Plaintiff was an hourly employee in Tyson’s Nashville facility. In September 2012 she was initially suspended after a video surfaced of her “shaking her tail” and placing money in the shirt of a male co-worker....
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