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Stingy Boss Negs On Employees, Gets Ego Wrecked

First off, we love the Eugene Krabs (SpongeBob Squarepants) reference, for this narcissistic and stingy manager. It sounds like Eugene had deluded himself into believing everyone was a mere sack of mindless potatoes, and wouldn't ever fight back with a pro revenge, against his mistreatment. Oh boy, did he underestimate this employee. They ended up getting Eugene to have to pay the full "jerk tax", and he could've only paid a third of it, if he'd played by the rules and been a decent human being. Maybe Eugene learned his lesson. 

Stingy and narcissistic boss negs employees, and ends up getting ego wrecked | Stingy, narcissistic boss negs and skimps on employees, so damage his ego with some asshole tax Let's call my asshole boss Eugene, since his stinginess reminds Eugene Krabs SpongeBob Squarepants, except Krabs is nowhere near malicious order display full satisfaction this revenge will have describe few (but not limited) things Eugene did entitles him being complete jackass.
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Employee Watches Ex-Boss Fail Trial Shift

This employee had had enough of their manager's irritating antics. So, they up and quit the job and decided to work at a rival company. As it turns out, the very same ex-manager that drove them nuts, ended up coming to apply for a job at said rival company. From there, the fail ensued in glorious fashion. 

Employee quits job, works at rival company, ex-boss fails to get hired at company as well | Is there anything more satisfying than seeing an ex-boss fail trial shift? Some years ago worked company specialized Sushi and basic japanese food good job but difficult one made so by fact all chefs, managers, and most servers were pretty terrible at their job; but they had all known each other years and kept making excuses cover one another.
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Company Forces Employee to Use All His Vacation Days, Incapacitates Company

It's another one of those unfair changes in policy made by management with zero foresight. It seems like a huge company should be able to adapt when their employees use the benefits they promise to give. In a similar story, here's a guy who came up with a masterful plan when told he had to work on vacation.

Guy is told by company that he has to use all his vacation or lose it, so he does and cripples the company | reddit post MaliciousCompliance Posted by -S--R-E-N- Vacation- use or lose Fine. MC coming right up. This is not mine, but my late dad's. He loved telling this story tried typing this story few times here last few months, but couldn't get through am daddy's girl and miss him terribly. He brilliant and wickedly clever sob and hope all enjoy. TLDR at bottom.
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Employee Scheduled with Zero Notice Fights Back with Manager's BS Suggestion

This person was told that they should be aware of their work schedule even when they receive a schedule change with absolutely no notice, so they took their incompetent manager's advice to heart. While this seems like a lot of effort just to get under the skin of your annoying employer, it seems like it totally worked and it's kind of awesome. Here's a time when an employee got back at their horrible manager by giving them a uniquely confusing schedule.

Employee gets BS schedule change and fights back by calling them for schedule updates every shift | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/im_not_a_gay_fish 18 hours ago s responsibility know work schedule About 15 years ago my last year college working at pay-by--hour daycare. Although, this just typical college job still did my best and made sure show up on time, work station supposed work, and do my best at whatever task supposed do.
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Employee Framed for Theft Ends Up on Top

Sometimes it feels like there's no justice in this world, but other times the truth pulls through. After this person was fired for some BS they didn't do, they started a chain of events that eventually got their ex employees out of a their own jobs. Here are some employees who actually did some dumb crap that got them fired on the first day.

Employee gets fired and gets revenge by getting other employees fired | Posted by u/RowanWinterlace 22 hours ago Fire All Losing Jobs. My 2019 wild. But with everything finally on up and up feel can tell this story here. After uni (late 2018 fell on rough times and forced move back my home town tried transfer my job branch my area but failed, thus needed get new job
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Employee Nuke Revenges Cult Leader Boss's Business

The emotional manipulation and toxic conditioning was present from the get-go with this "work opportunity." As it turns out, this employee found themselves in the middle of what sounds like a shady MLM ran by an emotionally manipulative cult leader boss with an affinity for using people to further their own gain, while selling them on the idea that it's for the collective good. Apparently this documentary helped the employee piece the disorienting and ultimately deceptive picture together. 

Employee sabotages a cult leader boss's business | r/ProRevenge u/jmaster1995•6h JOIN 1 just nuked my cult leader boss's business Ok gonna write this up while still have adrenaline rush hitting button previous job had working with an events construction company. Unfortunately during winter months there aren't very many events so running dangerously close flat broke due lack work decided start looking another job with little no experience required.
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Employee Asks For Raise, Company Forbids Employees from Discussing Pay

When the topic of raises came up, this store manager decided to send out a company-wide email forbidding employees from openly discussing their salaries. The problem there is that that violates labor laws, and this genius decided to put their policy into writing. An unfair boss can be the source of drama and justice, like this security guard who go the last laugh or this manager who tried to fire an employee for following the rules.

Boss forbids people discussing salaries and threatens to fire those who ask for raises | lieu an all store meeting 8:46 AM wanted have face face meeting with everyone regarding this, but schedules just don't allow s important enough get this information everyone clarity. Just have been hearing some noise and want make sure everyone understands and is on same page If have ANY issue/question regards salary/incentives/benefits there are 2 people can speak with is an understood rule within workplace
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Revenge Of The Week: Fifty Employees Vs Greedy Business

What a ride. And that's what makes this the latest revenge of the week. We've got a greedy business owner blinded by a ravenous hunger for more money at the expense of hard-working employees, and then we've got the employees: a crew of 50-some people that come together and show the power of teamwork in the face of an unjust obstacle. Good stuff. 

Employees band together to challenge a greedy business owner | Back July started my current position as hotel concierge. My Old director hired on spot day my interview thrilled be hired and went over pay would be etc noticed pretty quickly my compensation wasn't as much as he said would be but chalked up being thrown into work middle pay period. Till today had no idea actually this is important
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Boss Blocks Dude's Promotion, Dude Blocks Boss' Job

This employee's boss ended up getting burned in the long run as result of his own BS. Specifically, he stopped the very deserving employee from getting a promotion because he didn't want to worry about hiring for the night shift position. Well, the boss' self-motivated laziness ended up contributing toward his downfall in the long run. 

Boss blocks guy's promotion, so he proceeds to block his new job opportunity | r/ProRevenge posted by casinodom Boss blocks my promotion block his job. TLDR my boss blocked being promoted selfish reasons blocked him getting position at another company he applied where boss
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Workers Respond after Boss Says They're Unqualified for their Job

Imagine being denied a promotion because you're deemed unqualified for a job you already do. Sometimes, when work is unfair enough, overworked employees can revolt by literally just doing their job description. When people apply themselves they can become lords of efficiency, opting to work smarter and not harder.

Guys respond to boss telling they're unqualified by only doing the parts they're qualified for | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by grrodon2 No promotion less work, same pay work passenger boat company have 3 tasks while on board: secure boats embarking and disembarking, keep an eye out safety and order, and check tickets and issue fines few years ago company asked some senior staff temporarily switch ticket inspector high season, with promise move permanently within year.
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When People Knew Their Company Was On Its Last Leg

Working for a big company can be weird. The lack of oversight can be strange, like this guy who was never told to do anything and stayed on for months. What gets extra strange is when the company starts to tank. Bosses stop responding to emails, the stores themselves begin to degrade, and people stop showing up. Here are people who know what it was like to work for a big failing company.

The signs when people knew their company was failing | posted by toastingz my boss started loading large Tv's into his car and told us grab can worked at circuit city.
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Overworked Security Guard Gets The Last Laugh

This security guard found themselves in a terrifying, potentially life-threatening situation with an employer that wasn't going to budge. Eventually, things shook out in their favor. Sometimes employees take a more direct approach, like the way these workers responded to their boss saying they were unqualified for their job.

Security guard gets revenge on company that wrongfully terminated them | r/ProRevenge Posted by u/Cummins_Lovers 1 day ago My boss tried kill So worked security company. Not hard job, super easy, state minimum wage 11.59 per hour working 10 hours night 8 pm 6 am driving mobile patrol security car. Like said probably easiest job could possibly have. Well, after couple months normal schedule
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Manager Tries to Fire Guy for Following The Rules, It Backfires

We've seen our share of stupid managers and incompetent owners, and things never seem to change. This guy had the misfortune of having his job bought out by a bigger company, but knowing the rules, he managed to outlast his crappy manager.

Guy gets manager fired because he knows the rules | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by PunkThug There an attempt fire malicious compliance. Long-time lurker first time poster. Apologize being on mobile s very long story, and TL;DR at bottom
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Guy Stands Up to Jerk Boss Who Makes Him do Two Jobs

People deal with their fair share of ignorant bosses, so it's incredibly satisfying to see an employee who's in the right win something, like this overworked employee who revolted by doing his exact job description. And to prove that your boss is being a complete hypocrite is icing on the cake.

Guy stands up to boss who makes him work as a courier | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by CleverNamePodcast Sorry not courier work large shipping company Canada work early morning loading trucks but as needed would go out and deliver packages. At first here and there but soon became normal after my regularly scheduled shift would go out and deliver
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People Who Worked Smarter, Not Harder

Some of the greatest innovations at work come from human laziness. It's just not a good idea to work extra hard when you can think of a way to do the same work more efficiently. That said, don't do too good of a job or your boss might find out that you don't need to work there anymore. One or two of these definitely backfired. And a few definitely weren't as smart as the person first thought.

People tell stories of times their laziness made them work more efficiently | post by SirSithsalot remember having peel 20kg charred eggplant at restaurant worked asked chef if there an easier way do His reply yep, get someone else do
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This guy's definitely got a book of dark and terrifying secrets he hasn't disclosed.