Working From Home? 7 Critical Mistakes You Should Avoid On Facebook, Instagram Right Now!
There is a complete lockdown in the country owing to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus disease. Almost all IT and the other organizations have allowed their employees to work remotely, in the safety of their homes.
However, while we are in the comfort of our own homes, it’s extremely possible to get distracted and wander off somewhere in the big bad world of social media while working.
After all, we are humans and we might make mistakes that will lead us to some serious trouble with our bosses.
But we are here to help! Here are 7 mistakes that you should avoid making while spending some time on social media while working from home:
Sharing Photos On Social Media
Avoid sharing any photos of your workstation on social media. The reason behind this is because some of the companies have some strict work policies about pictures that might reveal important information that might show up on the screens of our pictures. So be careful when you post pictures of your laptop or computer screen.
Avoid Making Any Jokes About Work On Facebook, Twitter
While chatting or commenting on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, as they may not always be taken in the way you intended them to be taken.
Don’t Gossip On Social Media
Gossipping on social media is never a good idea. Be sure to keep your private chats private or you might end up incurring the wrath of someone!
Be Careful Of What You Post
Your employer may see what you post on social media, and hence, you should be very careful of what you post. Posting vulgar, abusive content will of course land you in trouble.
Avoid Spreading Rumours On Social Media
Be sure not to post or share any fake news or rumors that may attract trouble for you, especially in a critical time like this. Also, avoid sharing any unverified videos of Covid-19 patients, violence, etc. on Facebook or any other social media. That doesn’t do any good to your impression.
Don’t Reveal Your Company’s Policies
Be sure never to reveal any of the important information, company’s policy, emails from HR or any other information on social media.
Never Criticise Your Boss, Your Company On Social Media
No matter what your opinion of your boss is, do not criticize him on social media. Criticizing any colleague, boss or your company on social media as this will definitely land you in trouble.