The CEO of Grubhub, an online food delivery service, sent a company wide email Wednesday suggesting employees who agree with President-elect Donald Trump's behaviors and his campaign rhetoric should resign.
"If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to this email with your resignation because you have no place here," wrote Matt Maloney, Co-Founder of Grubhub. "We do not tolerate hateful attitudes on our team."
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Why did nobody say they were voting for Trump, anyway?
The Unemployable Phantom
Incidentally, this would be a great reason to NEVER do business with Grubhub. Clearly they don't want my filthy Trump-stained money, and I'm happy to oblige them.
That's why Hillary lost. Because in a free country, people do not take kindly to being told who to vote for by their boss.
So if you were the guy with the "Make America Great Again" hat on your desk at work, you should probably be getting your resume together. But Mr. Trump Supporter would have been told that months before. It would come as no surprise.
This might have something to do with it.Mr. Maloney was moron enough to expose his company to lawsuits by stating his policy in writing. A hell of a lot more tech companies are probably doing exactly the same thing, just more quietly.