The recent firings of two Burger King executives over the content of their Web postings are underscoring the very real problems the virtual world brings to the modern workplace. While the Digital Age has served up numerous business solutions addressing such topics as inventory control, site selection, self-administered employee benefits and the ability to profile guests, it also has ushered in a new era of workplace frictions as the employee’s right to communicate is ...
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