- A woman shared a touching story of how her colleague's position at work was declared open minutes after the person's death
- The tweep with the handle @ChinklydChelz advised people to always take care of themselves, suggesting that anybody is dispensable in every organisation
- Many people supported her view as they also shared instances where people were quickly replaced after their demise
A woman with the Twitter handle @ChinklydChelz has taken to the platform to emphasise the need to always take one's welfare important.
In a post on Monday, March 29, she revealed how a colleague of hers at work died. She said 35 minutes after the terrible news was announced, the company opened recruitment for the position.
The woman added that it is always good to put oneself first no matter how important every other thing may be.
Many people came under her comment section to share similar experiences, further expressing the need for proper personal welfare above everything else.
See here post below:
As of the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 159,000 retweets and thousands of quoted replies with over 33,000 likes.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"I don’t see anything wrong. It’s business, nothing personal. They still have a business to run and her position probably plays a big factor in the company."
"Never said that. The message is for people to take care of themselves first before worrying about a job."
"When I lost my job after catching COVID they fired me for missing too much work. I was eager to return but they said no. That was in October. They still haven't replaced me. I went on every job site & told my story. Let them know what you're worth. I didn't until it was too late."
"2 years ago, my store manager died in a car accident leaving work and the next day they hired somebody for his position like he was nothing. Didn’t had no memorial, no balloon release or nothing. Just a pic and a reef ... that’s Walmart for ya."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian father, Felix Obazee, CEO of Fionet Security Services, has said that in order to give his child, Uyiogosa, quality parenting, he had to make him work in his company.
While sharing his post on LinkedIn, the man posted photos of his child dressed in the company’s security uniform.
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