The phrase cancel culture has become ubiquitous over the last couple years. It strikes fear in the hearts of social media influencers and public figures everywhere. One post in poor taste or the unearthing of a years-old Tweet can bring a screeching halt to a politician’s campaign or rising artist’s rise to fame. So, what is an employer to do when an employee likes or shares an inflammatory article on Facebook or posts a Tik Tok with racially insensitive lyrics? Is the employee’s speech protected or can the company “cancel” that worker’s career? Below are a few considerations.