Viral video | Worker 'fired' after sharing company secrets on TikTok

Worker 'fired' after sharing company secrets on TikTok

Numerous employees have alleged that they have been fired after they chose to divulge company secrets; for example one worker from bakery firm Panera Bread claimed she lost her job after she posted a video on how the firm prepares its famous mac and cheese dish. And it seems another employee has faced a similar fate as a former Chick-fil-A employee from northern California has claimed that she was sacked after she shared a viral TikTok video that spilled restaurant secrets, reported the Daily Mail. On July 22, TikTok user @anasteeezy posted a video to the sharing platform that informed viewers on ways to get menu items cheaper based on her knowledge as an employee of the fast food chain, as well as details of secret menu items. The video quickly went viral and has garnered around 2.5million...

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