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Employee Sells Company’s “Work from Home” PC Online After Quitting Job

A company’s “Work from Home” PC was being sold online after an employee who recently resigns from his job bravely sells it on buy and sell group.

Since the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) struck the world, several businesses have been forced to close in order to prevent the virus from spreading. Companies with a large workforce were forced to reduce their employees due to a significant sales loss.

However, some information technology companies allow their employees to work from home, especially for those who commute to work via public transportation. Employees are given a computer set by the employer so that they can continue working from home.

Employee Sells Company's PC

Meanwhile, a Facebook user posts a funny employee who tried to sell the personal computer his company provided. The seller could not be named because he posts the company’s computer using a fictitious account.

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The employee resigns from his employer, according to the post, which is why he decided to sell the “work from home” computer. He also said that the computer, which was supplied by the company, needed to be reformatted.

Employee Sells Company's PC

The post went viral on social media, eliciting hilarious responses from internet users. Others said he might be charged for his reckless act, while others admired his bravery in selling the company’s computer.

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