It is accurate to say that being fired or laid off isn’t always due to a worker’s subpar work. There are times when this occurs as a result of a company deciding to downsize, restructure, or even because of financial difficulties. However, it’s important to note that the decision to fire an employee due to “horrible” performance or wrongdoings is not always an easy one for the employer. But there are situations where the reasons for termination, such as gross misconduct or criminal activity, may be so glaring that the decision to terminate becomes obvious.
These peculiar tales will highlight some of the insane scenarios in which managers or owners didn’t think twice and immediately change the employee’s status from “Hired” to “Fired”.