- As the cost of living continues to rise in the UK, a kind boss has taken positive steps to ensure his staff do not feel it much
- He handed Ghc7,500 to each of the 58 staff under his employment to help them ease the burden of the rising cost of living
- The man, identified as David Anderson has been hailed for his unusual generosity as people say his kind of bosses are rare
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To ameliorate the crushing effects of the current rising cost of living in the UK on his staff, a kind boss has offered his employees £750 (GHC7,500) each.
It's free cash according to the boss called David Anderson. It's his own way of looking out for those under his employ amid rising energy costs.
Timber merchant looks for junior staff amid rising cost of living
Anderson, 52, who is the manager at Joseph Parr, a building merchant also handed similar packages to young apprentices who still live at home with their parents.
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Speaking on why he carried out the kind act, Anderson said:
"When you talk to individual members of staff, there's fear of fuel going up - they were putting £60 in their tank, and it's now £80."
The man's act of kindness was shared on Instagram by @ladbible.
See the post below:
Social media users react
Meanwhile, social media users have some words for the kind Anderson. Here are a few comments on the post:
"This a rough one if it’s April fools."
"That's not a boss, that's a leader. Top man."
"Can it be? Someone that actually cares about their staff? Impossible."
"Wow if only other bosses thought to share their profits with the people that actually make them rich! Top man."
Shaquille O'Neal gifts family free car
In a similar story, Nigeria's number one news site, YEN.com.gh, reported that American basketball legend, Shaquille O'Neal blessed a family with the gift of a car.
The basketball star heard that the family was in need of a car and decided to intervene on their behalf.
He also took them out for a meal. At the end of their outing, he tipped a restaurant staff with the sum of $1000.
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