Have you ever had your employment terminated? What were the reasons? There are many reasons why companies fire employees. But most of the time, employers rarely need a reason to fire their employees. Employees can be let go at any time without any reason and without notice. But if reasons are compulsory, the company will provide the stupidest and most ridiculous reasons.
Take the case of this guy for example. Tommy Mason, a product designer, shared screenshots of his interaction with the unnamed person on Twitter. It’s about the job recruiter attempting to get someone fired over something utterly harmless. And after the job recruiter did that, he got a lesson in appearing like a fool. Scroll down to check them out now.
Here are the screenshots of his interaction with the unnamed person, which started with a direct message on Twitter.
“Does your boss know you joke about the design industry on Twitter?” they wrote. Mason later deduced that they were referring to the following tweet:
He stated his boss is well aware but offered up his phone number in case the recruiter wanted to formally complain. As a result, the second screenshot depicts a text conversation, which was once again begun by the hack with no sense of humor.
“Hey my names [redacted] from the recruitment agency [redacted] media. I was wondering if you knew about your employer Tommy Mason and his Twitter material?” they asked.
“I am my own boss, you wet wipe. Tommy.”
Here’s what Twitter users said about this post
There was also no love lost in the conversation with recruiters