I know right, can you imagine the horror of employers to find out that their employess weren't using the interweb thingy exclusively for work purposes?
My last job actually had a very sensible policy on it, in the HR manual, they acknowledged that occasional personal use of the internet occurred and that was ok so long as it didn't rise to the level where it interfered with your job.
Probably the same thing that would happen if they were found to be groping the secretary.And if they are in contravention of the usual dictates from HR?
That might be a more serious issue in some companies.Probably the same thing that would happen if they were found to be groping the secretary.
It depends on what was being posted and how it reflected on the company if it was made public.You with your IT background must be aware that site crashes aren't the typical method for employers to find out what their employees are up to online during work hours on work systems?
Amateur, you say?
Amateur, you say?
Nice steal!It's been one week since you looked at me,
cocked your head to the side and said "I'm angry"
Five days since you laughed at me saying
Get that together come back and see me
Three days since the living room,
I realized it's all my fault, but couldn't tell you
Yesterday you'd forgiven me
But it'll still be two days till I say I'm sorry
‘Amateur Drivelfest’ is a clear reference to the posting content on that particular thread (link was provided).Amateur, you say?
Seems well run to me....certainly better run than this place. The Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic, by professionals.
Fixed that for you.‘Amateur Drivelfest’ is a clear reference to the posting content on that particular thread (link was provided).
One might criticise the level of discussion on P.ie, but on that thread it is truly juvenile (particularly jmcc’s gold standard self-conscious circle jerk.)