You Better Like Your Job, Girl Fired After Writing That Her Job Was “Boring” On Facebook

February 26, 2009 at 11:01 pm Leave a comment


Kimberly Swann, a 16-year-old working for Ivell Marketing and Logistics Limited in England, was fired after she wrote that her job was “boring” on her Facebook page.

Ms. Swann did not include the name of the company she worked for and later said that she actually liked her job, but it was no help. The company’s owner, Steve Ivell, told reporters,”Had Miss Swann put up a poster on the staff noticeboard making the same comments and invited other staff to read it there would have been the same result”.

And the moral of the story folks? We have to like our job? Nah, we all know that jobs can suck sometimes. We just have to understand that our bosses are getting pretty nosey and, what they like to call, trendy. Now they all have Facebook accounts and you can expect them to stalk your life for the rest of your employment with them.

Keep your harsh, but true, feelings to yourself. I know, it’s all malarkey.


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