Struggling global social media firm Snap Inc (commonly known as Snapchat) has announced that Vice President of People Jason Halbert is the latest in a slew of senior members of staff to leave the company in recent months.
Halbert, who led the HR department of the multi-national messaging platform since 2015, was reportedly let go because his "on-the-job behaviour made him an unlikely fit for the role." After complaints surfaced about his unprofessional work manner and questionable conversation points.
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