Fox News host Emily Compagno stunned her colleagues on Wednesday when she gleefully welcomed a startup. Controversial CEO mercilessly fired 900 employees on Zoom last week, repeatedly exclaiming that she “loved” it.
Online mortgage lender Better.com is now mired in a public relations disaster after CEO Vishal Garg brutally canned 15 percent of the company’s workforce in a three-minute Zoom call. As a result, several of the company’s top executives have resigned, with source told The Daily Beast which more will follow.
While “surreal“The explosions put hundreds of people out of work just weeks before the holiday season, and the startup is now looking to collect the pieces from their very fickle head acting tempered, Compagno applauds Garg during Wednesday’s broadcast of Fox News’ outnumber to remove a series of “snowflakes.”
One of her fellow panelists, Fox and friends Co-host Brian Kilmeade, first called Garg’s decision “shameful” while noting that the executive had a history of erratic behavior. Co-host Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery also concurred, criticizing Garg for the “nonsense way” in which he laid off 900 employees just before Christmas.
After Kennedy added that “the company is clearly a disaster” and would struggle to get through this PR nightmare, Compagno decided to cheer Garg wholeheartedly.
“I love it! I love this so much,” she proudly declared.
While claiming to understand the “unequivocal nature” of the mass layoffs on Zoom, Compagno argued that the employees really deserved to be terminated due to low productivity. On top of that, she justifies Garg’s approach by citing her past experience as a federal attorney tasked with “terminating individuals.”
“I like that for 900 people, he’s still safe and he lets them know that their theft is no longer tolerated,” the Fox host said. “So for me, the puzzle is good. And I feel so bad that he now has to surrender to other executives at his company and apologize for it! ”
She added: “Sorry guys, goodbye! To all of them, they are snowflakes. They may be millennials and [Generation Z]S. They need to learn work ethic! ”
Even Compagno’s colleagues are on the couch — including former Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and anchor Harris Faulkner — apparently shocked by their colleagues’ reactions.
“OH!” McEnany reacted, prompting Faulkner to add: “Very surprised!”
McEnany further agrees with Kilmeade about Garg’s conduct while Faulkner notes that Better.com and Garg may be facing lawsuits from employees who have been terminated. At the same time, the Fox News host said she enjoyed the “courage” that came from Compagno.
And while McEnany exasperatedly pointed out how Garg reported threatening pin an old business partner to the wall and burned him alive, Compagno continued to laugh and exclaim, “I like it.”
https://www.thedailybeast.com/fox-news-host-emily-compagno-cheers-bettercom-ceos-mass-zoom-firings-says-i-love-this-so-much?source=articles&via=rss Fox News host Emily Compagno cheers the Better.com CEO’s Mass Zoom discovery, saying ‘I love this so much!’