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Encyclopedia > You're fired!

"You're fired!" is an informal exclamation commonly associated with an employer informing the employee of his or her termination of employment. The exclamation is popularily associated with the following people as their catch phrase: An individual can face termination of employment, or job loss, for one of many reasons. ... A catch phrase is a phrase or expression that is popularized, usually through repeated use, by a real person or fictional character. ...


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You're Fired! You're Hired - April 6, 1998 (1762 words)
That chat was "a prudent precaution," simply common sense when you have just fired Kulikov, an unreconstructed hawk with enormous ambition and many troops within marching distance of the Kremlin.
Chubais had been constantly under fire and has been booted out of office before.
The combination of Kiriyenko and Nemtsov might provide a small boost for reform, the lagging pace of which Yeltsin has been insisting was the main reason for the mass firing.
new acn emp - not by choice: Accenture Vault Message Board (Fine Point) (248 words)
Note that there are many ways to "fire" a person.
One common method used at accenture is "fire by pain".
Youre not offficially fired, but you may as well be.
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