In a world of digital technology, it is important to create and share an official death anniversary and memorial for the employees who have died.
The company is asking the public to do their part and create an official message for their employer.
This is the second death anniversary for a NetZero employee, and the company is looking to reach as many NetZero customers as possible, as part of the NetZero Memorial Month.
The message should be posted on the company’s official website, and also in other official NetZero social media platforms.
“I am very happy to announce the NetZeros death anniversary,” NetZero CEO Steve Lantz said in a statement.
“NetZero is proud to share our memory of NetZero employees, and it’s our duty to remember the many who have lost their lives.
I’m proud to announce NetZero’s first official memorial for our NetZers.”
The NetZero company has been actively recruiting employees to join the company since 2015, when it opened its first campus in New York City.
NetZero has an annual payroll of $50 million, and Lantz is looking for employees to become part of that number.
The employees who join the Netzeros will have their names etched on a wall in their workplace.
The memorial will also include a tribute to the Netzer family, as well as an image of Netzer’s firstborn.
Lantz also said that NetZero would use its brand and name to help bring awareness to the death of employees and their families.
“We want to take the Net Zeros message and turn it into a national message that can help motivate others to take a stand,” Lantz told The Verge.
“So, if NetZer is not your first name, or if Netzer is not the first name on your resume, you can add your name to our list of NetZero friends and give the message a go.”
Lantz did not specify how much money NetZero is seeking to pay the employees.
NetZera is the only employer on LinkedIn, and while it does offer a death memorial, it does not charge for the services.
The netzer message will be made available to NetZering employees at the company.