I have a question for you. Is it fair that people called for the boycotting of Subway because of the actions of an employee? Since when is such a company responsible for the outside actions of someone they employ? It’s not like this person is a politician, or a leader of sorts, she worked for a sandwich making establishment.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m very glad that “C-Babi” was terminated from her position at Subway. I also hope that all of the other businesses in her neighborhood recognize her, her disgusting nature and also deny her hateful ass any further employment. Even so, I still wonder if it is fair to attack an employer in this type of fashion.
It is certainly a sure fire way to get someone fired, and I can dig that, especially in a case like this one. Still, the business did nothing wrong, and they are being slammed and attacked by everyone out there as if they did.
I’m not sure that I find this to be very fair, even though I am glad it did prove effective in this case.
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