Vietnamese Dad Humiliated By HR Employee Because of His English Skills Finally Gets a Job
Last month, Seattle resident Emily Huynh tweeted about an incident where an HR director sent a horribly unprofessional email to her father after he applied for a position at that company.
Non-English speakers really have it hard bc my dad just got rejected from this job offer and the email literally stated “Let me tell you now, if you no speak English I will send you Home-“ Wtf.. + all of Bruce’s emails we’re also very unprofessional & passive aggressive pic.twitter.com/YDXNHVW7bH
After severe backlash, the employee was fired. Unfortunately, Huynh’s father, Minh Huynh, was still without a job, despite his ability to work and his earnest efforts to learn English.
Check up: Even though we appreciate all the encouragement to make it a law suit, my dad has forgiven and wants to move on. He says he doesn’t want to be confrontational, what happened has happened. Btw this is my dads notebook he keeps near his laptop, he teaches himself daily 🙂 pic.twitter.com/0tWFl5H9Hx
“I helped him send a couple short emails to three different companies that showed interest in him,” Huynh told Nextshark. “He got an interview for two of the three, a recycling job and another delivery job. He was very interested in the driving job and got hired at Charlie’s Produce!”