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Ex-Uber Security Chief Convicted & A Look Inside ‘Quiet Firings’

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Ex-Uber Security Chief Convicted & A Look Inside ‘Quiet Firings’
By In Plain English • Issue #54 • View online
Uber’s former chief security officer has been found guilty of obstruction of justice and concealing a felony by a jury in San Francisco.
Plus: The toxic culture of ‘quiet firings’ - wherein employees are coerced into quitting without explicitly being fired.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Former Uber Security Chief Convicted for Concealing a Felony
‘Quiet Firing’: When Your Boss Forces You to Quit Without Asking You To
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