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Unfair Manager Threatens Staff, They All Walk Out

It's everyone's fantasy at some point in time to be able to just say enough is enough and walk out the door of their job. These employees were put through enough that they felt it was a reasonable option. And not only that, they came back for burgers. For another satisfying walkout story, here's an employee who walked out but ended up getting promoted. And here are some "screw this, I'm out" moments.

unfair manager threatens staff with write up and they all walk out | O r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/Blewyouremyboy 10 hours ago O 9 10 3 10 9. Work double and get written up or oc M high school few friends and myself worked at local chain restaurant were fully able run day shift but had never really broken down equipment and closed up evening. One particular night few night shift had called sick were asked pull double and close restaurant, which did. Essentially worked 10a.m. until after mi
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Employee Plays Their Aces When Confronted By Company

Man oh man, Dave was just a bit of a sleeper hit in this tale of glorious, malicious compliance. What initially looked like a case of a slacker who couldn't be bothered to get into work on time, and not take an excess amount of breaks, ended up manifesting in a showdown between Dave and the company that cleared him for everything in the first place. Good stuff, Dave. 

Employee decides to play their aces after being confronted by their company | r/MaliciousCompliance u/technos All getting is half hour, tops. L Years ago one my employer's clients decided set up new office Fort Wayne, Indiana, and got chosen spend three weeks there getting new space set up. Also chosen job guy another division's Chicago office, Dave.
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"Not My Job" Moments Of Dubious Professionalism

Different job titles have different goals, but at their heart, every worker has the same goal: do as little work as possible without getting fired. Our universal desire to not try all that hard leads us down some strange paths, like these "not my job" moments of professional ineptitude. Who needs straight road lines anyway? People get up to some real quality moments of unprofessionalism.

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Boss Demands Daily Email Check, Employee Puts It On Time Sheet

It's amazing how quickly stupid tasks become irrelevant the moment it starts costing the company money. The powers that be came down and told this part-timer that they'd have to check their email daily, so naturally, for this employee, it seemed like that should count on company time. For another one, here's a micromanager who demanded too many updates, so an employee fought back with even more updates.

Boss demands employee checks emails on day off, so employee counts it on time sheet | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/OtherLtDan 19 days ago O 2 11 e14 3 18 E 11 2 Must check my work email every single day? Ok! oc S So working small private ambulance company ended up getting bought out by larger corporation folks have done this kind work, no wasn't company thinking but this new corporation wanted be just like them.
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After Reading These 'Accidental Reply All' Stories You'll Be Double Checking Every Email For At Least a Week

And some of these "Reply-pocalypse" stories will make you instantly feel better about any of your smaller email faux-pas.

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People That Love Their Jobs

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the people that genuinely love their jobs. As it turns out, some folks are actually lucky enough to find themselves with a career opportunity that doesn't feel like work at all. It can be done. And if you ever find yourself in that kind of position, just hold on for dear life. And if you're not, maybe some of these gigs will give you new ideas about a career shift. 

An AskReddit thread about people that actually love their jobs | jarofherb 11h get paid an excessive amount deliver excessively priced appliances extremely excessively well funded occupants Lake Tahoe. Like 90 job is just going on an amazing drive.
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"Not My Job" Moments of Unimpressive Professionalism

People want work done fast, cheap and well. Unfortunately, all three of those are never going to happen at the same time. There are some impressively unprofessional "not my job" moments that slip through when no one's looking. But hey, it's better to get the job done-ish than not done at all, right?

funny "not my job" failure moments | grey shorts with long sleeves sewn in instead of pockets | street light drilled through a bridge built overhead
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People Who Quit Their Jobs With Style

Quitting a bad job can be a breath of fresh air, especially if you've got a new, better one lined up and nothing to lose. There's no better opportunity to be honest to management than when you know you're not coming back. It's frustrating situations like these screw this I'm out moments that make leaving a bad situation worthwhile. But also be wary when looking for a new job, because there are some definite interview red flags.

funny notes from people who quit their jobs | quit today Hey quitting come just don't really like guys no more got new job also so Each job requires 2 week notice. This is extremely unprofessional on part. Good luck eAcH jOb reQu- stfu lucky got text tf | Now this is quit job This Is Drawing Dinosaur is Also MY 2 Weeks Notice
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