Bankers keen to establish where you draw the line.
The New York Post reports that the June 3 e-mail from Kwan, a second-year analyst in the bank’s Power Group, told the interns that 'if you can’t handle the heat, get out of the kitchen', and that they should 'bring extra ties to be used as napkins for their superiors'.
After Kwan was fired three days later, Barclays employees are said to have inundated managers’ in-boxes with questions about what they can and cannot say for fear of being let go.
Kwan is said to have lost two jobs in a few days earlier this month, after his missive leaked to the Wall Street Journal.
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