Top 10 Tweets That Lost People Their Jobs, twitter may be a public forum but that doesn't mean it isn't uinder srutiny. Some bosses did not like what their employees had to say on twitter and gave them the axe. Were these tweets worth being fired over?
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This is one time I hate to play devil's advocate. While I think corporations have too much control, they should reserve the right to dismiss employees based on things they say/express on social media or while being recorded. A business could take catastrophic losses via boycotting because one or more employees happened to be neo-Nazis. While that is an extreme case, insulting celebrities and making racist remarks, regardless of severity of the aforementioned remarks, could have the same effect. These draconian precautionary measures are needed for employers to stay in business and to continue providing jobs.
situations where someone was rude and arrogant yes they deserved to lose their job but I agree with a previous commenter the one waitor who tweeted about lost funds shouldn’t have lost their job just for being concerned for the business losing money even if it’s a measly 13$ worth the actress or whoever she was should have had something happen to her for not having any human desecency to pay your bill just cause you feel entitled and it’s always the rich who think they don’t have to act humanly I still think she shouldn’t be acting if she acts like a twat in real life and can’t even be honest saying I forgot my money completely I’m embarrassed I’ll pay this 13$ bill at a later time if your business allows it and if they do I’ll donate so and so much money like really her own lack of respect for others is what should have gone viral
I spoke to my big boss, the chairman of my former employers 8 years before i resigned. I said i love the work though i do find 1 or 2 people annoying i can just avoid interacting with them unless it is an important work related issue. I worked for my former employers for a total of 10.5 years
There was no mention of anyone mistreating someone here...just people sharing an opinion. When someone believes that something is immoral, it doesn't mean that they are hurting those who are acting immorally, it just means they will not be a part of it, or embrace it. No matter how hard you sheep try, you will never force us into embracing sin.
That waiter should never have been fired! That was a legitimate complaint. And what a dick move for her to make. Then her agent is a dick and doesn't even tip? I'd leave a hefty tip after inconveniencing a waiter by skipping on a bill. RUDE
the comedian probably could have made good use of those jokes if he used them out of context and if it was an event that happened so long ago that japan had recovered from the damage then perhaps the jokes could have been made without him losing his job one example would be a joke about the titanic where jokes can be made without risking job loss but if i were to do the same about chernobyle,hiroshima or nagasaki then i'm sure there would be a risk of losing a job
No.3 reminds me of Mark Rufallo's deadly spoiler about Infinity War in an interview
Ruffalo: Oh, everybody died
Don Cheadle: DUDE!!
Ruffalo: not everybody...??
Hilarious, but maybe not so much for the MCU...
Gilbert gottfried shouldn't have been fired, offensive comedy was a huge thing in the 90s and now everyone gets butt hurt about it, like it's comedy don't take it seriously so your feelings don't get hurt, and you don't get butt hurt
2:33 it was so unfair . Why the hell did he get fired ? All he did was be honest about that women . Isn’t this awesome of him anyways ? Like who wants costumers to eat in their Resturant and leave without paying . It’s just ridiculous, nowadays you can get fired for anything ....
To be fair, tipping is why waitresses and waiters will never get fair pay. Also, check out the history of tipping. The railways promoted tipping so they wouldn't have to pay black servers and attendants.
I'm glad restaurants are moving away from tipping, and more toward a sitting charge. (Like Japan).
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