Even if workers write the blog anonymously, an employer may be able to take the position that blogging "is inconsistent with the business mission," said Jonathan A. Segal, an employment attorney in Philadelphia.
When I walk around on a Sunday and every single human being I talk to wants to know if I know "the score", or if I "saw that play" - it worries me, but only in comparison. I do not walk around on a day when the State is considering an important piece of legislation, or even on Election Day, and encounter the same levels of engagement and interpersonal inquiry.
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