A bad apple is a person who doesn’t follow your lead or follow the advice you give.
It’s a person whose words and actions don’t match up to your expectations.
That’s the message I got from a woman who was fired from a tech company after she refused to go along with the company’s demands to use a certain feature of its new messaging app, WhatsApp.
“You’re a bad apple, the way you treat people is wrong,” she said in a video that has been viewed more than 15 million times on YouTube.
“That’s not who I am.
I was fired because I refused to use the features in the app.”
In the past year, the number of people who have been fired for refusing to go “along” with companies has skyrocketed.
While the number has declined in recent years, that has not necessarily meant that the rate of the firing has fallen.
For one thing, the majority of the people who are fired do not return to work.
“I’ve been fired twice already,” said one person who spoke to Business Insider on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.
“There’s no way I can go back to work, because there’s no place to go.”
The first time the person was fired, she had already begun working at a different company.
“It was like a slap in the face,” she told Business Insider.
“Not only was I being fired, but I was going to get fired again.”
When she was hired, she was asked to meet with the CEO.
“We all agreed that we had a bad working relationship,” she explained.
“He’s always trying to be super nice and accommodating.
He’s never asked me for anything.”
The second time, she wasn’t told why.
The person was told that she was too young to be considered for a senior position at the company.
In this video, she talks about her experience with the tech company and what she learned from the experience.
The video has since been viewed nearly 3.6 million times.
In the first video, the woman said she was fired for having a different opinion.
“So you don’t like it?
You don’t want to use it?
OK,” she was told.
The CEO of the company told her she had a job to do.
In a second video, which was posted on her YouTube channel, she said that the CEO told her to get used to working for the company because the CEO would make the decisions about her future.
The first two videos, she added, had made her feel that she had been fired before.
The company had promised to pay her for her work, but she had not been paid for a year.
“This is not going to be the end of it,” she stated.
“Because if I didn’t do this, they’re going to fire me anyway.”
The CEO said that she would never get a severance package, but said that if she did, she would take it and sue the company, which could lead to a hefty legal bill.
“If you’re willing to work for this company, you can get paid for this,” he told her.
“But you can’t do it on your own.
You have to be a part of it.”
The third time, the person got a severagem to work in a different role at the same company.
She was told to return to the company in the coming weeks.
But she refused, saying that she wanted to work with the people at the other company and to have a chance at working at their company again.
“My experience with these companies was really disappointing,” she wrote in the third video.
“They made me feel like a bad employee, they made me suffer, they treated me like an inferior person.”
The person left the company without a sever or a pay increase.
The fourth time she went back to the same job, she felt that she still needed to work there.
“The CEO told me that I was a bad person because I had to use this feature of the app and because I wasn’t able to leave the company and get another job,” she continued.
“No amount of sever or pay will compensate me for the time I’ve spent with them.”
The fifth time, this time she decided to go back.
She went to the office and left her message on a computer.
But, instead of returning to the tech job, the CEO called the HR department at the new company, and said that he was concerned about the person.
He asked her to give the company her phone number so that he could send her an email to let her know when she was scheduled to return.
The HR department told her that it would be impossible for her to return and that she needed to find another job, and that it was unlikely that she could find a job.
She said that they made her sign a document saying that if the company ever fired her, that she couldn’t return to her former position there. She never