A. Maybe, just maybe, it’s not your business. Sure, it’s jarring to learn a colleague was canned. And if you’re friends with the person, you’ll surely hear her side. But employers do not owe a detailed explanation when someone is fired. In fact, in most cases a responsible organization should not reveal too much about an . Focus on your own performance and advance your cause by not engaging in gossip or speculation. Beware of letting the incident serve as an excuse that keeps you from doing your work.
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