I've started a national movement to secure a strict separation between our professional lives and our social lives. I won't stop until employers stop stalking the social media accounts of their employees and firing them for their basic lifestyle choices.
Wilmington, Delaware (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
Brian Zulberti, Esq. Has Launched "Version 2.0" Of His Website. He's back In the Headlines. The Controversial Attorney Was Featured Last Year By Hundreds Of American Media Outlets And In Over 20 Foreign Nations. His past press can be found on the "In The News" page on his website and a sampling of his national television appearances can be found in the "Videos" page on his website.
Zulberti Recently Began A 50 State Tour, Which He Calls His "Social Media Campaign."
Today, the news is full of (a) stories of applicants being denied positions because of their previous social media posts and (b) stories of employees being fired or reprimanded because their boss disagrees with something they posted on social media.
Zulberti believes that the common employer practice of monitoring employee social media accounts is immoral, and in many cases he believes it is unconstitutional. His website is currently building a comprehensive database of social media firings. While on the road, Zulberti has been covering particularly unjust social media firings for each state he visits. His website features an interactive 50 state map that shows where he’s been and allows the user to click on a particular state and read about an unjust social media firing that happened there.
The crux of Zulberti’s argument is the belief that Americans deserve and need a strict separation between their professional lives and their social lives. He believes the modern wave of social media firings is “violating our privacy rights, sacrificing individualism in the name of conformity, and discouraging use of the internet to spread diversity and differing points of view.”
Zulberti’s social media campaign stresses the following messages-
(A) No employer has the right to consider an employee the "face of the company"when that employee isn’t working.
(B) No American should have to live her entire life in a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week job interview.
(C) As technology gets more advanced, it will become even easier for employers to find out all kinds of information about their employees. If the law continues to permit them to fire and penalize employees for how they conduct themselves while they are “off the clock,” we will soon all be living in a self-imposed version of George Orwell's famous novel "1984."
D) Sexuality has become “unprofessional.” Instead of celebrating it, we’ve forcibly imposed the nonsensical belief that sex should be “private,” and we have penalized and blacklisted professionals who are open about sex and sexuality despite the fact that someone’s decision to pose nude or embrace pornography has absolutely nothing to do with their professional training or competence to do their job.
Brian Zulberti, Esq. invites all to visit his newly-released website or contact him or his publicity team for more information, to hire him for speaking engagements, or for feature stories.