When an employee in my former department (in retaliation) filed a complaint against me for a Facebook message, I was scolded by HR for being "hurtful" but my boss ultimately decided that she couldn't/wouldn't take action because it was on FB and had nothing to do with the company. I recently took to FB to proclaim how happy I was after being at my current job for a whole year. I stated that I left a "suck ass job" with a bunch of ingrates (or something similar). I never mentioned anyone specific or even mentioned the name of the company I work for. One of my FB "friends" must have relayed the message because some woman (whom I've only had 2 conversations with in the 2 years I worked with her) took that as a personal attack and not only called me a racial slur but filed a complaint as well. Are there any rules that protect me from getting harassed by these people I used to work with? I have an opinion and the right to express that. I'm afraid to so much as walk down the hall and scratch my nose without someone complaining that I tried to give them the middle finger (I wouldn't put that past some of these people). This is getting ridiculous.