Twitter user claims he was sacked after admitting depression
An employee has claimed on Twitter that he was sacked by a small business after he informed his boss that he was suffering from depression.
The tweeter, known as @badlydrawnroy, posted on the social network saying: "Dear Twitter, I just opened up to my boss about my depression and she's indicated she might have to fire me. Erm, help?". He then added: "'We're a small company, there's no room for passengers.' My boss after I told her about my depression and how I'm getting help with it."
He later posted that he had indeed been fired and tweeted a link to his dismissal letter.
"It is with regret that we must terminate your contract with COMPANY NAME, due to non-performance," the letter said.
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