Being a boss is not easy, you are responsible for every action of your employees and the pressure can be taxing. But as the pressure on the higher level keeps on rising, it cascades on the lower rungs. The news of wildfires in California is making it to headlines everywhere. So many people including popular celebrity houses have turned to ashes in these massive fires that are getting difficult to control by the fire officials. With no option left, people have been forced to evacuate the regions and all of this is definitely more stressful than work pressure. But an inconsiderate boss called an employee to work for a meeting, while the employee's house was to be evacuated to escape from the fires.
A picture of a conversation between a boss and the employee went viral on Twitter and people were left furious with the boss's attitude. People commented on the work culture, slamming capitalism. The employee informed that he won't be able to come to work as his house was being evacuated because of the fire. But the boss replied that he hopes for his family's safety but would still want him to come to work, as the other members were. California Wildfires Affects Celebrities: Gerald Butler, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Orlando Bloom Forced to Evacuate Homes.
Take a look at the picture of the exchange of messages between the boss and the employee:
Fuck work. Fuck bosses. Fuck capitalism. pic.twitter.com/VPl3hu7yFp
— Los Angeles SRA (@LA_SocialistRA) November 11, 2018
People commented about their miserable stories in this work culture. The picture of the screenshot was retweeted 20,000 times. Check how some of the people on Twitter reacted.
Monsters in the making
Capitalism turns people into monsters.
— Cinnamon Girl🌹 (@MercurialMiss) November 12, 2018
Calling out for a ban
Abolish humans. Or capitalism. Whichever
— joe♟️ (@GuyLostInPNW) November 11, 2018
What it feels like
On my way to work because the boss needs me..... pic.twitter.com/M8Wy2KSzat
— Keegan (@Keggerade) November 12, 2018
I'd go in, pour gasoline all over, and light a match. https://t.co/OkKGip62mO
— Karl Kirkwood (@truthfromduluth) November 13, 2018
An appropriate reply would be...
*Sorry my phone melted in the fire along w everything else so I didn’t get the message*
— Samantha (@Sam__Dea) November 11, 2018
It is really shocking to see such boss's such inconsiderate attitude. Yes, work pressure is always there but a burning house is a definite emergency than an office meeting. Have you experienced something so bad at your workplace? Do let us know your views in the comments section.