Be Careful of What You Put in Writing: Fired Employee Had Vented on Facebook
A couple of years ago, a postal clerk who worked for Canada Post was fired for making derogatory and nasty remarks on Facebook directed at her supervisors and Canada Post. Aside from being totally unprofessional and dangerous, such actions can and generally will backfire on the writer. Many employers will troll the various social networking sites (or the Internet in general) looking for information about potential employees. Can you imagine what will happen if this clerk applies for another job? Btw, she grieved the firing and the case went to arbitration; but, the arbitrator concluded finally that Canada Post had just cause to terminate her.
The moral of this story is that if you have problems with your co-workers or employers, don't post negative remarks on any social networking site. Instead, try to work out your problems professionally: talk to your co-workers or employer. You may need to seek external help - ombudsman, the human resources department, etc. If things are really that horrible, look for a job in another company.