A great deal is going on in this globe. I can't even fathom how a woman could be so courageous as to accomplish something like this on her first day of work.
Dipo Awojide, a Twitter user, has turned to his profile to recount the story of a woman who was fired on her first day of work. He described what the lady did with a male boss, which resulted in her being fired on her first day on the job.
When I initially read the piece, I couldn't believe what I was reading. The gentleman said that the lady had asked the male manager a question on her first day of work, which resulted in her being fired.
According to his account, the lady began by complimenting the manager, telling him that he was adorable, and then she said, "Can I sit on your face?" I can't picture someone asking that type of inquiry to a male manager, never alone on their first day of work. Dipo Awojide, the person who created the post, wrote:
"Is it possible for you to approach your male manager and ask, "you look so cute, do I have a chance with you?" Do you mind if I sit on your face" on your first day of work at your new company? Some of you are quite brave, yet you take pleasure in wahala that isn't required. Do you despise your job? Human resources has now been brought on board."
Following the publication of the piece, a large number of individuals flocked to the comments area to share their opinions on it.
What do you have to say about this? Do you believe it was appropriate for her to be fired? Was the question she posed incorrect? Let us know what you think.
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