KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia telco Maxis pronounced on Saturday (Sep 29) that it has dangling an worker after a video emerged of her shouting during dual co-workers, including one who was pregnant.
The roughly two-minute prolonged video showed a lady screaming during dual individuals, apparently for not behaving a tasks given to them.
According to a New Straits Times, a lady binds a managerial position.
“You lay down here and send a SMS now,” a lady screamed during one of her co-workers in a video.
“Look during me, we wish to get fired? Why can’t we do when we ask we to do?”
She afterwards incited to a other staff, who was pregnant, and shouted: “Look during me … what are we good at?”
She was seen indicating her finger during her dual co-workers’ faces as she was cheering during them.
The video, that was posted on the Facebook page Malaysia News Station, had some-more than 112,000 views, 1,000 comments and 1,700 shares by Monday morning.
In a statement, Maxis pronounced that it is wakeful of a video.
“We bewail this occurrence that is now underneath investigation. Meanwhile the worker in doubt has been dangling indefinitely,” pronounced Maxis.
“This occurrence is not contemplative of a values that we uphold, that is formulating a ardent certain and collaborative workspace for all a employees. We have reached out to a influenced employees and voiced a bewail over a incident.”
This occurrence is not contemplative of a values that we uphold, that is formulating a passionate, certain and collaborative workspace for all a employees. We have reached out to a influenced employees and voiced a bewail over a incident.
— Maxis (@Maxis) September 29, 2018