Former NBA employee wreaks havoc on league’s official Facebook account by BLASTING long shifts and low pay to 40 MILLION followers… before post is swiftly deleted after 20 minutes
Former NBA employee wreaks havoc on the league’s official Facebook account by destroying long shifts and low wages for 40 MILLION followers… before swiftly deleting the post after 20 minutes
- The employee went on a rampage against the league and Commissioner Adam Silver on the post
- They were upset after feeling overworked and postponing health benefits
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A rogue former NBA employee decided to vent his frustrations on the league’s Facebook account.
The unidentified former social media employee was upset about the terms and demands of their old job and they made it public after they still had access to the league’s social media profiles.
“How do I log out of here?” the post began. “I haven’t worked here in weeks.
“Anyway, the NBA massively overburdens its (sic) social media workers at the expense of their health and social lives for a salary of less than $50,000 a year after taxes.”
The post was removed from the team’s social media account after about 20 minutes, and the league left no explanation immediately afterwards.
A disgruntled ex-NBA employee expressed his frustration with the league on his Facebook profile
They expressed their anger by feeling overworked and a delay in getting health insurance
The league’s most recent Facebook post is now highlights of an exhibition game in the US
This disgruntled ex-employee also addressed the league commissioner, saying, “I worked 14 hours a day with no breaks. Call Adam Silver.’
They went further and said, ‘We don’t get health insurance until we’re on the job for 90 days! Isn’t that silly?
‘Glad I resigned, a job doesn’t have to get in the way of your happiness. Donate to mental health issues.”
The league’s most recent Facebook post highlights the USA Basketball Showcase in Abu Dhabi, and none of the league’s other social media accounts even reference the employee’s post.