Filipino loses job for making insensitive posts about earthquake

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Filipino loses job for making insensitive posts about earthquake

A employee in the Philippines lost his employment for making harsh remarks via web-based networking media about the arrangement of quakes that were felt in parts of the nation. 

Facebook client named, Brian Velarde Dela Cruz, rankled a few netizens when he wrote in his posts that the ongoing 'tremors were "exhausting" on the grounds that no structure fallen'. Cruz, who fills in as a store representative for a well known milk tea brand, additionally posted his cell phone number so somebody would send him an instant message. 

The analysis over inhumane posts snowballed into open reaction via web-based networking media and netizens took screen captures of Cruz's presents and sent them on the HR bureau of the organization he worked at. 

Post the hubbub, Cruz erased the posts and issued an open conciliatory sentiment yet his organization still chose to flame him. 

Cruz later took to Facebook in the wake of being terminated from work and composed he was just splitting a joke and that individuals ought not pay attention to it. He additionally said that he is accustomed to sharing funny posts and that his companions via web-based networking media know about that. It isn't sure he would recover his activity or not in the wake of posting an open expression of remorse but rather the archive sent to him Cruz by the organization says he abused its approach of ethical quality, revealed The Filipino Times. 

On April 22, an extent 6.3 seismic tremor struck the Philippines, slaughtering no less than eight individuals and inciting thousands to clear.

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