Jemele Hill Story Underscores Employees’ Lack of Understanding About Personal Social Media and Work

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Social media has irreparably torn down the wall that has historically separated one’s work life from one’s personal life.

Earlier this week, ESPN personality Jemele Hill learned this lesson the hard way.

The network suspended Ms. Hill for violating its social media policy. Her tweets called on fans to boycott the Dallas Cowboys if its owner, Jerry Jones, disciplines players who kneel for the national anthem.

Here are a few of the tweets that got her in trouble with her employer (which, for the record, pays the NFL $2 billion per year for broadcasting rights).


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