An American company is in trouble after they fired 900 workers via a zoom call.
Better.com is a mortage company based in the United States.
The boss, Vishal Garg, has apologised and admitted he failed to show adequate ‘respect and appreciation’ for employees when he sacked them online.
Apparently, 900 employers were invited to a zoom meeting. Garg then began with the message: “I come to you with not great news.” He then added: “If you’re on this call, you are part of the unlucky group being laid off. Your employment here is terminated, effective immediately.”
Apparently the meeting lasted for just three minutes and there were no questions.
Better.com was recently valued at about $7bn ($10 billion NZD).