We all make mistakes, but some are more public than others – like getting fired for wearing an Adolf Hitler costume to work. That's exactly what happened to one man at the Madison Children's Museum in Wisconsin. The museum released a statement saying that "his continued employment would create an environment at odds with our values and unwelcoming to visitors and staff." On another note, former housekeeper Mercedes Wedaa is suing Jeff Bezos and two of his companies. According to the complaint, Wedaa was made to work long hours with no breaks in conditions that led to urinary tract infections because she wasn't allowed to use the bathrooms in the main house, and had to climb out of a window onto a path leading downstairs just to go pee. Yikes! And on the subject of firing, sometimes companies realize they may have made a mistake whe,n they let someone go – and Twitter is currently experiencing this first hand as they've reached out to dozens of employees who lost their jobs during recent changes at the company, asking them to come back.
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