Imagine this scenario: A vice president for your organization goes on a Twitter rant after a party, starting out with a photo of himself flashing the one-finger salute to the camera, followed up by a string of barely coherent tweets attacking colleagues and officers of the company. The company responds to the tweeting by stating “VP is no longer with the company. Treat everyone with respect. No excuses. Company has zero tolerance.” Does the VP have a cause of action against the company?