Gonna Be Hard to Explain to the Unemployment Folks Why a Hot Shot CFO

needs that $240 a week now.

Douchebag has left the building.

Vante of Tucson, AZ Regrets Actions of Former CFO
Employee Has Left the Company

TUCSON, AZ–(Marketwire -08/02/12)- The following is a statement from Vante:

Vante regrets the unfortunate events that transpired yesterday in Tucson between our former CFO/Treasurer Adam Smith and an employee at Chick-fil-A. Effective immediately, Mr. Smith is no longer an employee of our company.

The actions of Mr. Smith do not reflect our corporate values in any manner. Vante is an equal opportunity company with a diverse workforce, which holds diverse opinions. We respect the right of our employees and all Americans to hold and express their personal opinions, however, we also expect our company officers to behave in a manner commensurate with their position and in a respectful fashion that conveys these values of civility with others.

We hope that the general population does not hold Mr. Smith’s actions against Vante and its employees.

Conveys these values of civility with others

Jeez. What a sincerely BEAUTIFUL sentiment.
No, as a matter of fact, we salute Vante and whatever the hell it is they do.

Mr. Smith, on the other hand, might well have some ‘splainin’ to do to the little woman.

And might well nigh be unemployable for the foreseeable future.

6 Responses to “Gonna Be Hard to Explain to the Unemployment Folks Why a Hot Shot CFO”

  1. Dave E. says:

    Rumor has it that his severance package included a complimentary new a**hole.

  2. Gary from Jersey says:

    OK, I give up. What did he do?

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    He’s the star of his own “Douchebag verbally beats up Chik-fil-A Drive Thru Girl” video (Seen in post below). And, really, that’s about all he has right now.

  4. major dad says:

    What’s the word, schadenfreude? Couldn’t happen to nicer douche bag.

  5. Mark says:

    I suspect he’ll be gainfully employed by the DCCC momentarily.

  6. NJSue says:

    His big mistake (other than being a silly bully) was to list his employer on his YouTube site and not post anonymously. This is a real teaching moment about the dangers of social media. You will be held accountable for making an ass out of yourself by your employer.

    Had he not identified himself clearly as an employee (indeed, the CFO is not just an employee but an officer of the company), and had he posted anonymously, he would not have lost his job over this. However, he made himself too toxic for his employer to have him around. Kids take note.

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