Each year brings with it plenty of examples of employees caught doing dumb things while on the job, and 2012 was no exception. From the auto-dealership worker who was accused of faking her own kidnapping to the small-town clerk who stole $53 million from taxpayers to the teacher who allegedly ordered her... Read More »
The introduction of cameras on cell phones has made it easy to take photos and videos nearly anywhere at any time, resulting in a slew of cases of workers accused of secretly recording others.
The latest instance involves Marco Bartolon-Velasquez, a Florida man (pictured above) who has been charged with... Read More »
A Tennessee teacher who resigned after video of her students participating in a hitting contest was posted on a popular video-sharing website says the split-second incident has ruined her career.
School officials confronted Mount Juliet High School teacher Kim Evans after video of one student slapping... Read More »
The recruitment video is still a young art form, developed by companies like Google and IBM in the late 2000s. But it's not an art form too young to parody mercilessly. Twitter's new recruitment video mocks all the things we hate about recruitment videos: hyper-staged fun times, awkward cutaways, and cheesy... Read More »
A Los Angeles traffic cop who was fired after he appeared in a pornographic video that was posted to the Internet wants his job back.
John K. Dancler was fired last July after an investigation by KNBC-TV showed him and another traffic officer appearing in a porn video while on duty and in uniform, the Los... Read More »