Particularly in today’s political climate, many people can judge you for your beliefs and justify some forms of your acting based on them. It is best to establish a position without going into it or challenging other points of view.
5. What you do on Facebook
Even if you have a successful social life, you don’t need to show it. Even today, companies are more aware of the activities of their employees social media presence than you think. Matter fact, don’t “friend” your current manager(s). It’s hard to censor that sort of thing, so the best thing you can do is avoid having them as contacts.
6. What you do in the bedroom
It’s definitely very private information and nobody cares. And while some may be interested, this can lead to a bad reputation and dislike on the part of more conservative companions. Others might outright be offended.
Having fun outside of work doesn’t interfere with anything work-related (for the most part). Telling everyone what you did, especially in excess, can lead to a bad image being constructed of you at work. These rules certainly arent exhaustive, but they are some of the more serious ones that you’d be surprised get broken consistently by sloppy employees.