US CEO who went viral for firing 900 employees over Zoom to cover insurance for fired expecting parents


The online mortgage lender is offering extended medical benefits to 19 expecting parents among the roughly 3,000 employees fired in the US and India this week, according to internal company communications seen by Bloomberg. — Hand tablet photo created by rawpixel.com - www.freepik.com

After his handling of a mass of job cuts sparked outrage, Better’s chief executive officer Vishal Garg said he will pay insurance expenses for a group of expectant parents who were caught up in its latest firing round.

The online mortgage lender is offering extended medical benefits to 19 expecting parents among the roughly 3,000 employees fired in the US and India this week, according to internal company communications seen by Bloomberg.

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