Yelp's supposed HR problems have been leading to huge PR problems, every since a former employee got the ball rolling with a viral open letter saying she didn't make enough money. The letter, written by former customer service employee Talia Jane, was directed to Yelp's CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, and explained how the company does not pay a living wage.

Jane's post sparked yet another discussion about millennial entitlement, with critics saying that she (and her generation) lacked personal responsibility and good judgment. Many thought she was merely kvetching to the CEO while she could be more careful with her own finances or just move in with a roommate or two.

Sources: Medium