It’s no secret that certain outrageous and terrible behaviors can get an employee terminated (and sometimes escorted out of the building) before the end of the day. Violence and aggression don’t go over well in most professional workplaces, and neither do vandalizing company property, breaking the law, or simply refusing to show up. If you’re guilty of any of these behaviors, then you don’t need us to tell you that your job is in jeopardy (if you still have one).But there are a few other moves that can lead to the same results, even though they may seem perfectly innocent or even accidental. If you’re committing any of these blunders on the job, here’s our advice for you: stop now. And if you’re falsely accused, enlist the help of your shop steward or a legal advisor as you work to clear your name and keep your livelihood.