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Mixed reactions as company advertises position 35 minutes after employee’s death

A social media user elicited mixed reactions after revealing how the company she works for was seeking to replace her colleague just minutes after dying.

In a tweet dated Monday, March 29, the netizen revealed that 35 minutes after the unfortunate news was announced, the company advertised the position.

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The netizen emphasized on prioritising oneself first no matter how important the job maybe.


@MorgansBME: Two 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 have a memorial, no balloon release or anything. Just a pic and a reef

@iBaseball_1: 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

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@Sulaiman: Never said that. The message is for people to take care of themselves first before worrying about a job

@celanousconcern: When I lost my job after catching COVID-19, 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 to every job site and told my story. Let them know what you’re worth. I didn’t until it was too late

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