Conduct | Senior staffer quits using boss' Twitter account

Senior staffer quits using boss' Twitter account

Over the years, HR Grapevine has reported on several unconventional ways in which an employee has quit their job.

From public rows with the boss, to hanging posters on the wall explaining to customers why they’ve walked and even baking a cake with a resignation letter iced on the top. However, rarely has a resignation been as public, or as damming of the employer than in the recent case of Jared O’Mara.

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