RE: To the Splinterlands Community
- They didn't die. This kind of phrasing is usually used for people dying in a tragic event, not the results of an economic downturn leading to cutting staff.
- They weren't "lost". They were fired. It sounds like it was necessary, but clothing it in passive verbiage doesn't help.
- I don't love it when companies call employees family (unless there were actual related people on the staff, which might be the case). Relations might be friendly, but employment is a business transaction first and foremost.