Lexi Larson learns expensive lesson after doing this
A Colorado woman has learned it the hard-way after what she thought was a normal thing to do. Landed her in the worst chamber professionally. The tech worker just lost her job over a new trend called salary transparency challenge. This is when people share how much they make from a job in hopes of empowering other people outside here to get paid what they deserve to get.
The Salary transparency challenge is usually taboo but the younger generation of this era has no problem putting their salary out there for the public some perhaps in hopes of going viral. One of them being Lexi Larson, Lexi Larson revealed her KSh.2000,000 ($20,000) salary raise on the famous TikTok.
Little did she new that was the end of the lucrative job she was flaunting online. When her boss caught wind of Lexi Larson video, she says the company questioned her judgment as an employee and this would later see her fired.
I got fired because of my TikTok, they said my TikTok made them question my judgment as an employee.
Lexi Larson said she wants a job because she has been fired because of her TikTok video. Revealing your salary is always a taboo as you never know who is watching or is looking after you. This seemed to be news for this beauty.
Social media reacted to her fate and this is what our outlet managed to gather from users:
This user said:
The problem is all these people on the side of the employer. Don’t you know that the reason companies want salaries secret is to keep pay inequality? It is against the law to fire someone for discussing pay—even if it is in the company’s “policies”. Shady companies keep pay secret and fire employees for sharing.
If she had other colleagues who never received a raise and they learn about this on TikTok. Work productive and working relationship In the office would have a great impact .
That is not a legit excuse to terminate her employment. It is ridiculous. Now she can sue them for firing her without her doing anything wrong. Unless she signed a confidentiality on personal wages, they have no right to fire her. They were just upset because they wrongfully under pay all their other employees; and now they’re aware of it.