It never ceases to amaze me when folks employed in the gaming community forget that they represent their employer even when they aren't working. Social media is not a free for all when you are paid for your work by another.
Timely News - ArenaNet fires two developers for getting into a pissing match with customers via Twitter on July 4th. Employees are accountable for their social media feed and interactions.Link to Episode #51 - https://anchor.fm/tavernchat/episodes/Episode-51---ArenaNet-Fires-two-Devs-for-Dissing-Customers-e1onab
Jessica Price was also involved in the Frank Mentzer situation. Small world.ReplyDelete
You really buried the lead by mot mentioning Jessica Price in the blurb. Also, FYI, I tried to listen to an episode a couple weeks ago but couldn't get it to work. Because I'm old?ReplyDelete
the story in my eyes is less her and more the fact that a company held its employees to a standard of conduct.Delete
You mean a game company, I assume. Many companies have fired tons of employees over social media missteps. That's pretty common. Personally, I wouldn't have cared if it wasn't Jessica Price.ReplyDelete