"In some ways, I'm doing better than ever", she said. Under Akima's social media policy, "discriminatory, obscene malicious or threatening content, [or] knowingly false" social media content is grounds for "termination of employment".
She told HuffPost and The Washington Post that she'd already been thinking about Trump and the state of the America as his motorcade started to roll by.
Briskman told the Huffington Post the reason she was sacked was because their employees are not allowed to post content to their social media accounts that may be considered "lewd" or "obscene" and according to Ms. Briskman, her gesture to President Trump's motorcade was considered "obscene".
"Basically, you can not have "lewd" or "obscene" things on your social media".
"I'd do it again", she told the Washington Post. She claims a colleague had obvious ties to the company in his Facebookprofile when he called someone a "fucking libtard asshole" over the summer, but was allowed to keep his job.
Because Briskman was in charge of the firm's social media presence during her six-month tenure there, she recently flagged something that did link her company to some pretty ugly stuff. The photo soon went viral, and she chose to give human resources at her company a heads up October 30 that she was the person in the photo.
Three days later they told Briskman, a marketing officer, she had to go.
Akima LLC is a government contractor and according to what they said to her, the photo could hurt their business.
HuffPost offered up the photo in question, along with more detail on Briskman's potential claim against Akima.
She was aware of the comment because monitoring Facebook was one of the tasks that fell under her purview at the company.
"How is that any less "obscene" than me flipping off the president?" she asked. Others took issue with the company firing her, but not another employee who used lewd language in a Facebook comment. "You're golfing again?'" Briskman told WaPo.
Keeping all harmed in Sutherland Springs in our prayers and grateful for our fearless first responders on the scene . Video on KSAT television showed first responders taking a stretcher from the church to a waiting AirLife helicopter.
That means sunrise and sunset will happen one hour earlier Sunday than the day before, bringing more light in the morning. Each of these reasons is easily remedied by either simply replacing the battery or the device.
The government said it would not act against such persons until the Supreme Court finally disposes off the matter. The higher the degree of power, the higher the degree of trust, he argued before the Constitution bench.
When it comes to maintenance of the gadget, you can be charged high if you had a normal slip of your iPhone from your hand. Meanwhile, the back drop completely shattered the back panel leaving loose shards of glass, making it hard to hold.
The call for more testimony came amidst revelations that Sessions may have committed perjury during his confirmation hearing. At the time of that article, a spokeswoman for Sessions declined to comment.
A ballistic missile launched from Yemen was intercepted northeast of Saudi Arabia's capital, Riyadh, according to local media. The Saudi air force shot down the alleged weapon on Saturday, Al Arabiya reports, adding that no damage has been caused.
The Kentucky State Police reacted to Rand's habitation at 3:21 p.m., as indicated by an official statement from the organization. According to the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure, Boucher is a retired physician, as of February, 2015.
When crunch time came it was Flanagan, not Keitany, who dominated, impressively leading the final three miles. Flanagan placed sixth in the women's marathon in at the Rio Olympics a year ago , the top American finish.
Broadcom bids $130 Billion to acquire Qualcomm
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Auto sales decline deepens as diesel models plummet
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USA missions in Turkey partially resume visa issuing
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Sprint and T-Mobile abandon merger talks
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