FHRITP Stands For…
Employee Expectations for Meninists
This explanation is aimed at the men’s rights activists that will undoubtedly bemoan the encroaching police state on the free speech of said men in response to Hydro One firing an employee who uttered verbal harassments outside the workplace.
If you aren’t aware, most companies have a code of conduct that an employee is expected to comply with, on and off work hours. If your behavior is unbecoming of that code, it is within their rights to terminate their employment agreement with you, specifically for Hydro One:
Treating everyone with respect and dignity
— Hydro One, Code of Business Conduct
Sorry, FHRITP, it seems like Hydro One says “Fuck Him Right In The Prick.”