The holiday season can be filled with moments of happiness and fun that you want to share.
Perhaps you may feel the urge to post pictures and updates from your holiday vacation, company parties, gatherings with friends, and more.
But should you?
Online content has a long shelf life, so you need to be careful that you're not posting something that you'll regret.
To make sure you're not posting anything that could embarrass you or your company (or both), ask yourself a few important questions, such as...
—Am I on the slopes when I'm supposed to be working?
—Am I wearing a costume?
—Am I drunk?
Use the following uberVU infographic decision tree to help you determine whether posting your holiday social media update is a good idea:
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