Bazyli Skibinski
Bazyli Skibinski voted up Jaimie JT's answer

Your employers can have say in what you do on their time.. Even at corporate social events outside of working hours you have to conduct yourself as if on company time... I think if you're in the U.S. They can also conduct random drug testing... I'm not sure on that though cos I'm  not educated … Read more

Bazyli Skibinski
Bazyli Skibinski voted up Walter The Grump's answer

Even when you're off work you represent your employer. So terrible conduct on or off duty, bigotry or hateful speech including on social media, and being a law abiding citizen isn't crazy or out of the norm.