GitHub says the employee who was fired for saying “Nazis” on Slack after January 6 Capitol attack declined to take his job back — GitHub has reached an “amicable resolution” with the person the company fired in the aftermath of the attack on the U.S. Capitol in January, the former employee told TechCrunch.
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GitHub Says The Employee Who Was Fired For Saying “Nazis” On Slack After January 6 Capitol Attack Declined To Take His Job Back (Megan Rose Dickey/TechCrunch)
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