Twitter has been a hot topic in our HR Strange But True! column lately. In most cases, it was about employees—or should we say ex-employees—posting something they shouldn’t.
And how could we forget about the app FireMe! that curates inappropriate tweets—like workers saying—in colorful language—how much they hate their job.
Now, there’s a new Twitter tale, this time involving a chef. After his termination, the chef still had access to the pub’s Twitter account. He decided to post a few farewell tweets.
Tweets included: “Unfortunately he wanted to have a weekend off this month and Christmas Day this year for family commitments so we thought we’d sack him,” and “We don’t care that he has a 7½-month-old baby daughter.” The chef even made comments about the quality of meat at the restaurant.
Hungry for more? You can see the tweets at Mashable.com.