Company tied to Greta Thunburg decals apologizes, vows to 'collect and destroy' all stickers
The company connected to a sticker that seems to be depicting seventeen year old climate activist Greta Thunberg in a sex act has issued an apology.
X-Site Energy has released a statement on their website saying they recognize it is not enough to apologize for the decal.
Officials say they are committed to recovering and destroying the decals and 'organizational changes' have been made at the management level.
The company will be holding Respect in the Workplace session for all staff members.
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