"Trust Issues": Workers Quit Jobs After Boss Began Giving Them Free Food Everyday

"Trust Issues": Workers Quit Jobs After Boss Began Giving Them Free Food Everyday

  • Some Nigerian employees got confused and then scared after their employer began to share free meals at the workplace
  • Quite to their boss' surprise and the amusement of netizens, the scared workers dumped their jobs over a rumour
  • Mixed reactions have trailed the workers' resignation from the establishment, with some bashing their mentality

A Nigerian employer was stunned after some of his staff resigned because he gave them free food.

The man, Engr Omotayo Oyerokun, shared the development on Facebook with a back story to it.

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According to Omotayo, whose bio reads that he is the CEO of Aridan Construction Nigeria, he paid Bloomberg and Google a visit and found out they gave their staff free food every day.

On returning to Nigeria, he decided to replicate it at his company but it didn't sit well with some of his workers.

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He said one of his employees told others he was using their destiny by virtue of the free food and this made some resign. Omotayo, however, noted his company was doing better since they left.

People react to the employer's staff resignation

Abraham Uyoyoghene Philip said:

"Poverty mentality and ignorance on rampage."

Ojo-lanre Oluwabukola Cecilia Oluwayemi said:

"What a poverty-stricken mentality...Good radiance..."

Prince Adewale Makanjuola said:

"Most manufacturing company does same for their staff in Nigeria too. Where does that your staff get the ideology from?"

Olu Bank-Showunmi said:

"Hahaha. But you should show them why you are doing it."

Olorunfemi Ade-Abrahams said:

"Huh! A people ever familiarized with gbas-gbos can't cherish or value orderliness... Keep doing the good God's laid on your heart to do. We will be fine!"

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Caulcrick Ayo said:

"Trust issues.. He probably has grown up around people who are always suspicious or spiritualising everything. He also may not have experienced true care/love."

The man's act of kindness was shared on Instagram by @ladbible.

Generous boss gives GH¢7,734 free cash to each of his 58 workers

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a kindhearted boss had given GH¢7,734 free cash to each of his 58 workers.

Anderson, 52, who is the manager at Joseph Parr, also handed similar packages to young apprentices who still live at home with their parents.

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