This is what happens when you don’t pay your employees before you lay them off

Abhimanyu GhoshalIndia, Insider, Pune, TinyOwl

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Startup founders face a lot of pressures as they grow their companies and manage investors’ expectations. Part of that is making tough decisions, like laying off team members. Strapped for cash, Indian food delivery startup TinyOwl needed to let several employees go and close four offices. Rather than deliver the bad news over email, the company’s co-founders opted to visit each of the offices in question and let the teams know in person. However, things didn’t go quite as planned. Employees at the company’s Pune office were enraged at the news as they didn’t trust TinyOwl to pay their pending salaries…

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