Fri, 04 Feb 2011 6:47p.m.
A Dunedin Burger King employee is fighting to keep her job after posting comments about the fast food outlet on social networking site Facebook.
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21/08/2012 12:33:57 p.m.
10/04/2012 6:31:50 p.m.
Facebook User wrote:
I personally think this is just not right.
Facebook is a personal space for people to be themselves online, Corporate's shouldn't be dismissing people or scooping their employee's facebooks or other social networking accounts. If it's Facebook, it's private.. Whatever happened to privacy!
15/03/2011 9:41:50 p.m.
Well, we all make silly mistakes like saying things we shouldn't. It's all apart of growing up.
Lesson learnt, she'll have to face the consequences.
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