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Halifax business owner Liz Smith decided to post a customer's nasty email on social media to draw attention to the kind of abuse and harassment she says happens all too often in the food service industry.
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She says she reached out to the customer, but he was unapologetic.
After talking to her staff, Smith decided to post the email on social media to draw attention to the kind of abuse and harassment she says happens all too often in the food service industry.
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