Woman fired from job for asking for 'work from home', but such ruckus happened that now company will pay salary for whole life - Newztezz Online

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Woman fired from job for asking for 'work from home', but such ruckus happened that now company will pay salary for whole life

A woman living in America is in the news these days because the company which had fired her for asking for 'work from home', is now saying that it is ready to pay her salary for the rest of her life. The woman had also shared her story on social media after being fired from the job, after which the CEO of the company had to apologize.

There are many companies in the world which have been providing 'work from home' facility to their employees even before the arrival of the Covid pandemic, but when the pandemic arrived, many other companies also provided the facility to their employees to work from home. Gave it. Employees working in many companies are still happily taking advantage of this facility, but nowadays an issue related to 'work from home' is going viral, which has not only surprised people but some people have even Even got angry. This case is from Texas, America.

Actually, what happened was that a female employee had asked her boss for 'work from home' for a few days, but the company fired her. The woman's name is Marissa Hughes. She worked in a company called Kayte Baby, which is a clothes selling company. According to the Daily Mail report, Marissa is married, but she does not have any children. In such a situation, they had adopted a child, but within a few days the child's health suddenly deteriorated, after which he had to be admitted to the ICU, because there were holes in the child's heart and lungs.

'Work from home' not extended

Now, due to the child's health getting worse, Marissa asked her boss for 'work from home'. Then the boss gave her 'work from home' for two weeks on the condition that if she did not come back to the office, she would be fired from the job. Now, since the child's condition was critical, it was not possible for Marissa to leave him alone at home, so she again asked her boss to 'work from home' for a few days, but the boss refused to extend her 'work from home'. Instead he was fired from his job.

Now the company will pay salary for life

Now, when Marisa tearfully narrated her sad story on social media and people created an uproar, the company's CEO Ying Liu had to apologize to her. The CEO has described Marissa as a wonderful woman because she has adopted a child. The CEO also said that Marissa can stay at home as long as she wants and the company will continue to pay her salary and she will continue to receive this salary throughout her life.

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