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  • Depends on what you do for work and what their policy is? If the company has you working with confidential information? then yes they can fire you for possibly and potentially leaking information by you promoting yourself all over the internet , I know it sounds silly , but the internet is sadly a weapon that could cause hardships for companies , mainly from hackers etc. By you being an employee for that company , they are trusting you to be discreet basically. So again it comes down to what you do for work

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  • Depends on your contract for work.
    You want to look for any clauses for doing a second job if they want you out they might look for a technicality.
    They could look at it as a way of giving your employer a bad reputation.

    I had a second job my employer investigated me for it but it went nowhere because there was no conflict of interest and it was declared at my interview so they couldn't do anything.

    If they start making an issue of it you could suggest closing down the account... then start another but wear a mask or find another service you can work but hide your identity better.

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  • I think most major corporations would fire you with good reason. I'm just running a restaurant/bar on Florida's Gulf coast and several years back one of our girls after work stopped at another bar not far away, had a bit too much to drink, got up on the bar and began dancing, then took offour restaurant server's shirt to go toppless. The owners (my boss) let me know and I had to fire her for that display with one of our shirts on.

  • Unfortunately, yes, they can. When my mom watched the documentary on Only Fans there were quite a few people who lost their jobs due to it. There was one woman who worked on cars and once they found out she had one they told her she was a distraction to the workplace and fired her.

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  • Yes. Having OF is not good for your reputation sadly. Is it really worth it to you? If you have kids , do you want them seeing nude pics and videos of their mother online?

  • Think about it. A client sees you at work. Later, he sees you on OF. He might not want to be associated with your employer. He might tell your employer why.

    You brought your employer into disrepute. You get sacked.

    Sorry.

  • What's OF?

  • Your profile says you are from the US so I will assume that your employment is in the US and governed by state law.

    Are you a union member, civil service employee, or have a written employment contract? If so, the answer MAY be "no." Otherwise, the answer is "yes."

    Google "at will employment."

  • Depends on a lot of factors. Contracts, policies, MOU, your specific profession, and any state specific laws regarding your certification or licensing.


    It’s far more than just a “yes or no” answer. A/Consult an attorney.
    B/ As your union representatives, if you have one.

  • sure. it won't align with many company's values

  • Yes. There was a case here in the UK a couple of years back where a school teacher lost her job for the same reason. She took it to tribunal but lost her case.

  • Yeah especially if it makes the company look bad that why you got hide your face

  • they shouldn't but same as they destroyed actress career mrs barr. they do it.

  • Most states in the US have "at will" employment. That means an employer can fire any employee without giving a reason, whenever they want. It also means that an employee has the right to leave an employer whenever they want. Works both ways... and benefits employer and employee.

    The probable answer is Yes... they can fir you for doing OF. See the comment from @olderandwiser for more details.

    • That goes away after a set time. At will generally lasts for a few months,

  • Yeap

  • What is OF and why not write it out?

    • Onlyfans

    • Read your terms for employment. Bit even of they do arbitrarily, you can't afford a n unlawful termination litigation. Cover your face and conceal your name.

  • Depends on your work. If you don't ever come into contact with customers or clients then you might be able to get around any "at will" clause for a judge to find "unfair dismissal"

    More likely there's a morals clause in there somewhere that OF automatically violates.

    If you work with kids you're not getting that job back. Or any job with kids.

  • It depends on your employer. If it’s a reputable organisation they won’t like it. If it’s a private company they might not care. I wouldn’t care.

  • Probably. It depends on whether you are an "at will" employee. Basically, your employer can fire you for any reason they want at any time if you are an at will employee.

  • Yes, it might not be legal but it will be tough to prove in court that being on OF is the reason that you were terminated.

  • How people make it far in life without common sense is wild.

  • They can fire you for nothing at all. If they want you gone, they'll find a way to get rid of you.

  • Read your contract

    • i did?

    • There must be something. They can't just fire you like that.

    • my manager said that so many customers coming in asking for me is causing him too many issues

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  • Absolutely unless you have a union contract.

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