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I need to remove the personal page from the fan page. My employer is claiming this is unauthorized use of their facebook fan page and my job will be in jeopardy if I cannot remove the merged personal page. It should only have the fan page with no personal connections attached.

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I'm afraid that, with Facebook's new page design, the page administrators will always be visible at the top right hand corner. Try to calmly explain that to your superiors, there is no other way.

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I work casual & declare what I earn to centrelink. I gained the employment years ago and now my job network is demanding my payslips. Are they entitled to them as I am reporting fortnightly??


contact fair work australia office and discuss this with them
talk with a lawyer or union delegate to get advice
I am thinking that as employers have to declare all wages as a tax deduction so what the employer is putting on your pay slips is different to what he is claiming on his tax returns
center link and the ato are on the same reporting page so there may be discrepancies from the tax office , center link, employer and your payslips
at this stage center link may be entitled to see your pay slips BUT get some legal advice before you comply as it could become messy

Aug 23, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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Edit Work Information on Facebook


<p>1_ Go to the Facebook website and log in to your Facebook account.<br /> <p>2_ Look for "Profile" tab at the top of page. Click on the "Edit" link next to the "Profile" tab.<br /> <p>3_ Click on the "Work" tab on the next page. This is where you will enter your updated work information into Facebook.<br /> <p>4_ Fill in your new work information, including employer and position. In the "Description" field, give a small summary of your duties and responsibilities. If you're using Facebook as a resume tool, it may be a good idea to highlight some work-related accomplishments in this field.<br /> <p><span>5_</span> Add another job by clicking the "Add Another Job ..." link at the bottom. You can use this to add a second job or to keep a resume-style list of past and present <a href="http://www.ehow.com/careers/">jobs</a>. If you want to include work information about past and present jobs, uncheck "I Currently Work Here" from your previous job and then use the "Add Another Job ..." to add your current job. Be sure to fill in the time periods you held each job.<br /> <p><span>6_</span> Choose "Save Changes" to add the new work information to your Facebook profile.<br /> <br /><br />

on Jan 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have two pages on facebook one personal and one I created for work. My ex employer wants ownership and Im happy to give it up.


he is an ex employer and may not have entitlement to any face books at all
Although you may be happy to give him the job face book I would discuss the legal ramifications of doing so first
Then talk with face book to see how it can be separated

Nov 12, 2015 | Facebook Social Network

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Unauthorized posting


Top right on the Post itself is a down arrow. Click on it. It will give you the option to hide the post, or unfollow the person that posted it. You can also Report it. or to save a post.

Apr 18, 2014 | Facebook Social Network

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I want to have a account with facebook and to have only one password and user name help!!!


Did you know that you can personalize your Facebook business or profile page by choosing your own individual Username?
Any Facebook user can now get an individualized and searchable Facebook URL, making it easier for your friends, fans, or customers to find you.
Here is How To Get Your Facebook Username.

Facebook allows you to personalize your Facebook URL, or webpage.
If you haven't already chosen a username and you log into your Facebook account, the web address URL that shows in the address bar at the top of the page looks something like this:
www.facebook.com/profile.phd?id=478259118.
Your default Facebook URL is just a randomly generated number that identifies your page to Facebook.
Not very exciting, is it? And most of all, not very personal or searchable!
Facebook offers you the opportunity to make your page unique by allowing you to pick a personalized ending to the URL for your page.
Whereas your Facebook webpage was
www.facebook.com/profile.phd?id=478259118,
it can now be www.facebook.com/john.smith, or www.facebook.com/acme.inc.
You can use your name, a nickname, a business name, or choose anything that you want to represent you and your presence on Facebook.
You can create a personalized URL for your Facebook profile and any Facebook Pages that you administer.
The only condition for naming Facebook Pages (often called Fan Pages, and used for a business, band, or celebrity), is that you must have more than 100 Fans/Followers of your page before you can do this.
This is subject to change by Facebook, so they may lower that requirement later on.

To claim your personalized Facebook URL, log in to Facebook and go to the link, http://www.facebook.com/username.
This link in the Resources section below for you to click on.
Once you are there, Facebook will suggest some Usernames for you to pick.
Facebook's picks will be based on your name or other account information, and there may be one that is exactly what you want, so go ahead and select it.
You may also create your own Username. Facebook allows you to choose any name or word you want to represent your page, as long as it meets their standards and is available.
Type in a Username you want, and then check availability.
Facebook will let you know if you can have that Username, and then you have the option of selecting it or checking for more names.
Be careful what you choose! Once you pick a Username, it is not editable or transferable to another account, so pick well!
Make sure it is spelled correctly, and that it is a name you won't have second thoughts about later.
Once you have decided on the Username you want and find out that it is available, click on the "Confirm" button and the name is yours!
Facebook will confirm that your Username has been set!
You may not be able to get the exact Username you want.
If Facebook informs you that the name isn't available, you will have to try another form of the name or word, or move onto some other choice.
Usernames are First Come, First Serve, so if you want yours, claim it now!



http://www.facebook.com/username

Aug 04, 2013 | Don Computers & Internet

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I cant open my face book page from my office


Employers do not always approve of employees accessing Facebook while on the job. If you work for a company that does not like employees getting on Facebook, it does not necessarily mean that you cannot get on the site. Although it may not be good for your career in the long term, other options are available for getting on the site when your employer puts a block on your social networking efforts through Facebook. You simply need to get a little more creative to gain access.

1.Use a service that emails entire Web pages to an email address. For example, EmailTheWeb.com is a service that allows you to enter the URL of any Web page into a box and enter an email address; it then emails that page to the appropriate email. You need to know the URL of the Facebook page you want to look at, but this option can work.
2.Utilize a proxy server to access Facebook. A proxy server is a website that allows you to access other sites through another server. This way, to your computer it simply looks like you are visiting the proxy server website. While on the proxy, you have the ability to navigate to Facebook.
3.Type the IP address of Facebook into your browser. Depending on the program that your employer is using to block Facebook, it may simply block certain URLs. By typing the IP address into the Web browser, it could pull up the website. Facebook actually uses several IP addresses. Using an IP lookup site can help you find the IP address that you need.
4.Subscribe to certain pages on Facebook with really simple syndication, or RSS. Certain Facebook Walls allow you to subscribe to them through RSS. Then when you want to access them, open your RSS reader and you should be able to see the latest updates.

I hope you find it very helpful.

Aug 22, 2011 | Facebook Social Network

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Problem with my fan page in facebook


You can't have two "live" accounts at the same time on the same computer.

May 28, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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Unauthorized usage


Report impostor profiles HERE

Apr 18, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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How do i find out who has looked at my facebook profile?


Hi!
To tell you the truth - you just CAN'T! Only because it's against the site's ethic codes.
There are PLENTY of "working" applications that claim to do the job, but 100% of them are fraud!
Spare yourself the time looking for a real app. that will do the job - none will!
Sorry...

A quotation from Facebook Help Center:
Can I see who's viewed my profile? There's a group or application claiming I can find out who has been viewing my profile.Facebook does not allow users to track profile views or see statistics... Facebook does not allow users to track profile views or see statistics on how often a particular piece of content has been viewed and by whom without your consent.

If an Application claims to provide this functionality, you can report an application for abuse by going to the application’s About page and clicking "Report Application" at the bottom of the page, or by clicking "Report" at the bottom of any canvas page within the application. http://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=14357

Take care,
Pelu.

Mar 17, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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