'Pay me enough' | Vital star sacked for 'moving into office' to protest cost of living

Vital star sacked for 'moving into office' to protest cost of living

A worker claims he was sacked after bosses found out he had moved into his work cubicle, because he said he wasn’t earning enough money to afford an apartment.

As was reported on by the Independent, Simon Jackson’s situation went viral after he posted a TikTok video in which he announced his plans to live in his office cubicle in a video as “a matter of protest”.

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