Social network writer and former nude social network writer Samantha Parler has been fired from her job at Humhub, the company announced.
Ms Parler, who was previously employed by social networking giant LinkedIn, has been with Humhub since 2013 and has worked on a range of projects including a website and mobile app.
She had previously worked at the company as a staff writer.
“While we cannot comment on individual staff members, we would like to offer a sincere apology to our employees,” Humhub CEO Paul Dehghan said in a statement.
“We are proud of the work she has done and proud of her contributions.”
Ms Parlander is not a representative of Humhub and does not represent the company.
“Ms Parlers account was not listed on LinkedIn.
The former nude online social network contributor, who has also written for the New York Times, said she was fired from Humhub on Monday morning.”
This morning I was terminated for misconduct, breach of trust and inappropriate behaviour towards my co-workers, clients, co-investors and the company,” Ms Parler wrote.”
The behaviour of this employee is unacceptable and cannot be tolerated.
I will continue to work tirelessly to improve the quality of life of my employees and clients and the workplace environment.””
I do not know who has fired me or how they found out about it.
I do not want to go back to work.
“Ms Marlotte said she did not know how long she had worked at HumHub.”
I’m sorry to anyone who was affected by my decision,” she said.”
My co-worker is very sorry.
“Ms Dehigan said the company had been in discussions with the employee.”
Unfortunately, she did what she did with the account and it was inappropriate,” Mr Dehahan said.
He said Humhub would review its policies and procedures.”
Hummhub will not tolerate harassment or discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity and the wellbeing of our employees, contractors and customers,” he said.
HummHub is owned by the US company Advance Publications.
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