That's what her husband allegedly said to employees wearing orange who were all fired at WPB attorney Elizabeth Wellborn's foreclosure shop, according to John Pacenti's fine reporting here.
I don't know what the problem was -- it certainly seems like a humanistic, loving work environment according to Donna Ballman, counsel for some of the fired employees:
Ballman said some of the fired employees were upset with policies such as no talking over cubicle walls even for business purposes. Workers suddenly had to explain why they were using the breakroom or if they worked one minute overtime or left one minute early.And at least there is some sense of regret over how things could have been handled differently:
"It was a lot of picayune stuff," Ballman said. "All of sudden, the firm went from a very pleasant and enjoyable place to one of very strict working conditions."
"I wish former employees had not engaged in harassing, bullying and intimidating behavior. Then we would not have had to let them go."Good thing the work itself is so enriching and life-affirming!
(PS -- I don't know for sure, but they may be hiring.)