The corporate world comes with different codes of conduct expected from the staff and sometimes the boss takes firm action on erring staff even if the issue has not been addressed formally.
Arinze Odira, a Twitter user posted to his handle to share something every disturbing that he knows about the CEO of a Lagos-based multi-billion naira company.
According to Odira, the CEO sends his female staff back home to get properly dressed if their pant lines are visible, the young boss is a perfectionist and pays attention to every detail. Arinze tweeted.
I know a young CEO of a multibillion naira company with an office in Ikoyi. He is in his early 30s
This brother used to send his female workers home if their pant lining is visible. He is such a perfectionist. He pays attention to every tiny detail.
I felt he was a bit cynical.
— Arinze Odira (@CaptainArinze) January 17, 2020
“I know a young CEO of a multibillion naira company with an office in Ikoyi. He is in his early 30s This brother used to send his female workers home if their pant lining is visible. He is such a perfectionist. He pays attention to every tiny detail.”
Nevertheless, it appears some Twitter users don’t think the CEO is a perfectionist but he’s harassing his staff.
Meanwhile, some of the people also agreed that a lady’s panty lines being visible is distasteful.
But again for men to see a women’s panty lines what was he looking at in the first place?? And since when panty liners are part of the company policy??
What you’re describing is sexual harassment, not “attention to detail”
— Court Jester of Benin Kingdom (@ThtNigerianKid) January 17, 2020
Perfectionist? Nope that guy is just harassing his workers.
— Big Chidimma (@dymadinma) January 17, 2020
This your friend, is he a PIMP? Is the company a modelling company? Is the employee’s productivity tied to this “pant line”?
If any of these ticks ” No”, then I think this is an example of our extremism in Nigeria.
— a boy has a name (@phoaster) January 17, 2020
Perfectionist is the word, honestly I hate seeing it too. I have never spoken it out till now that I know that I’m not alone.
— Captain Philips (@slydeblack) January 17, 2020