When my agency wrote it's Employee Handbook, Facebook probably didn't exist. In our Code of Ethics it clearly states that employees not share personal information, religious/political beliefs, phone numbers, etc with their patients. A recent issue came up prompting me to check out a few of my employees who are foolish enough not to use privacy settings on Facebook. I see that several of them have our clients as 'friends' on Facebook. I'm not talking about employees who are wise about what they post on Facebook. Some of my HHA's are on there talking about their partying, sexual preferences, and other personal information that I, as their Supervisor would rather our clients not know.
Has anyone else had issues with this? Any thoughts?