Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay faces backlash after terminating more than 500 overnight contracts. Because of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, it has been announced that Gordon’s restaurants will be temporarily closed. Now, workers are angry at the abrupt decision as Ramsay remains silent.
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Gordon Ramsay leaves more than 500 employees without a job due to Coronavirus
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay recently took action and shut down his restaurant line due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. During a meeting, employees working at Ramsay’s restaurants received the bad news. One of those workers spoke directly to the subway, saying: “We had a meeting on Friday in the kitchen on Heddon Street where we were told our contracts were terminated.
They said that due to the situation they have to close the restaurants and terminate all our contracts. “
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The source also added that Gordon never spoke directly to any of the employees. “He just sent one of his directors who was also (emotionally) affected by the situation,” they added.
Gordon Ramsay is known for his fiery attitude on FOX’s “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Although Ramsay was not interested in directly broadcasting his staff with the update, he took to Instagram for praise. “A huge love and thanks to our amazing staff at all the restaurants for all their passion and support. I hope we will be back together very soon,” the chef wrote. Unfortunately for Gordon, it is hard to believe that many will return after this. We have to give the television chief a credit. However, he went out of his way to electronically sign the statement.
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A spokesman for Gordon Ramsay Restaurants released a statement to Mail Online about the closing and termination of staffing contracts: “Gordon Ramsay Restaurants continues to work tirelessly in exceptional, unprecedented global circumstances to ensure that as many employees as possible. business. “
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Many were angry over Ramsay’s decision on Twitter, which led the TV chief to the platform’s # 1 trend. The tweet below details that bosses with a lot less money are buying for their staff and even going so far as to keep up with their own money.
Unlike Gordon Ramsay, I will keep my staff with my own money.
PS, I am not worth £ 140 million.
I have so many jury words I could use right now, but it won’t do for this pr * ck who made a lot of luck swearing at TV. https://t.co/D89Hg2tbUX
– Mark Cunliffe (@ MarkCunliffe76) March 25, 2020