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Today, a young woman share with us her experience as an anonymous blogger at risk of losing her job.
I started a new job as a Personal Assistant to a small company’s CEO last year after a very long time of being unemployed. For about six months last year, he was involved with an intern in the office and it was such a big gist in the office, everybody knew.
Around that time too I started blogging anonymously so I decided to write about it. I gave details about the intern, my boss and some other workmates, I didn’t know the details were so obvious for someone to know who I was talking about, and I thought I was well protected by the cloak of anonymity.
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Unfortunately for me, the man’s wife is also a blogger and when she read the post she was able to put the pieces together and she knew it was her husband.
Anyway she accused her husband, who in turn has been threatening to sack one of my colleagues that everyone think did it. She talks a lot and that makes her the number one suspect.
I feel really stupid giving out so much details on the blog and very guilty that someone else’s job is on the line for my offense. If I confess I will lose my job, if I don’t she will lose her’s.
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