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Company Reneges When Job's Done, Gets Just Deserts

One does not simply renege once the job is done, without dire consequences. This company certainly learned their lesson the hard way. The pure satisfaction of taking this revenge had to have been absolutely worth it. For some more juicy pro revenge content, check out this electric organ revenge that was literal years in the making. Beautiful work, really. 

Company reneges when job is done, and ends up getting their just deserts.
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Incompetent Manager Fires Only OSHA Certified Employee, It Backfires

This company clearly made a big mistake when they fired their only OSHA certified forklift operator. Fortunately, the forklift operator was able to maintain enough presence in the face of that unfortunate development, and ultimately report them, and get them fined to oblivion. Sounds like the incompetent company man decided to quit when it was all said and done. There are some people that you just don't go after. Good for this dude. 

Company fires their only OHSA certified employee, so the employee reports them | r/ProRevenge Join u/BeagleonBass Fired last job, but got last laugh. Pardon format am on mobile worked at retail chain sold pet supplies and products started working there great, family owned and everyone worked with fantastic owners eventually wanted retire and sold small chain an investment group. Once investment group took over, almost all but few employees were let go, forced out or just
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Imagine taking a seat in this room on your first day, and then realizing that the Shabooya roll call is a thing, and it's happening right in front of you. If you're like me, you're looking for that Exit sign and dipping ship ASAP. 

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Employee Gets Fired, Makes Company Lose Over $100K

It's the quiet ones that you've got to worry about. Clearly this company owner needed to learn a lesson about how to treat their employees with the respect they deserve. Fortunately, this employee was up for the challenge of providing that reality check to the tune of around $100K. Ouch. Check out another juicy pro revenge tale with this auction winner who wouldn't pay up, and then learned their lesson.

Employee gets fired, and then makes company lose around $100K |r/ProRevenge u/hoodlvm fired and made company lose over £100k So l used work at family run builders merchants and trade sales advisor fired bringing up health and safety concerns an email sent manager and fact apparently "unhappy my role did nothing wrong but they still sacked Now worked there had clients had built good relationships with and even become friends with some them. They would get beers and whiskey at
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Company Won't Stop Cold Calling, Employee Calls Bluff

Sometimes, when you've reached your breaking point with the profoundly irritating company that seems hellbent on selling you the product that you never asked for in the first place, you've just gotta call their bluff. Not all heroes wear capes. Clearly. Check out some more juicy malicious compliance drama with this lazy manager who reneges on a request, right before the malicious compliance ensues.

A company won't stop cold calling another company about printing supplies | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/nenepp won't stop cold calling printing company sell us printing unless agree set up meeting with one reps? OK then. L not sure if this quite counts as malicious compliance but just doing they wanted so guess fits mid 00's worked small printing company, our commercial work on large lithographic machines but still had office printers and number staff who knew lot about them.
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Business Sells Customer Counterfeit Textbook, Gets Nuked From Orbit

It's businesses like these that ultimately need to be taken out. After this enraged customer realized they've been sold a counterfeit textbook, they did what anyone determined to take their revenge would do: they internet stalked that business, and eventually managed to nuke them right out of orbit. It was the only way to be sure that this business wouldn't put any other poor students through the ringer. 

Business gets nuked from orbit for selling a faulty textbook | r/ProRevenge u/AbortRetrylmplode Nuked business orbit because got D- This revenge story is two years making and is long, so my apologies. Two years ago started distance PhD program. My very first full semester program consisted an intro course which is basically "Welcome back school. Here's do research. Here's do APA citations LOT focused on proper APA writing and one first assignments just doing simple abstract. Okay can do
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Company Tries Selling Printing Supplies to Printing Company

Cold calls for unnecessary services are a pain, but these people put themselves in a no-win situation. They must be pretty bored at the call center t try this hard to sell printing supplies to a printing company. For some professional time wasting, here's a guy who sent a scammer on a crazy ride.

company wastes own time trying to sell paper to printing company | Posted by u/nenepp won't stop cold calling printing company sell us printing unless agree set up meeting with one reps? OK then. oc L not sure if this quite counts as malicious compliance but just doing they wanted so guess fits mid 00's worked small printing company, our commercial work on large lithographic machines but still had office printers and number staff who knew lot about them.
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Company Demands to Speak to Deaf Woman on the Phone

If you thought dealing with a telecom company under normal circumstances was a hassle, you've gotta hand it to this phone representative who would only speak to the account holder no matter the reality of the situation. Sometimes company reps get too caught up in their own BS, like this company that tried selling printing supplies to a printing company.

Company rep tries talking to deaf sister on phone | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/hoginlly Sorry have speak with account holder Another post on here reminded this story actually happened my sister call her Amanda few years ago, there big sporting event my family all wanted get together and watch decided all get together my sister's house watch She needed upgrade her TV package include more sports channels, which she able do online, on TV providers website.
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Boss Demands Demolished Office, Gets More than That

There's a right way and a wrong way to demolish an office, and it's looking like these guys took the wrong way. Maybe they shouldn't have taken their boss's orders so literally, or could have planned better. Either way what they got was a big headache. This one didn't come down on anyone, but it's not uncommon for a boss to orchestrate their own downfall.

Boss orders office demolition with forklift and it goes wrong | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/Naige2020 Drive forklift through oC M This may take while relate but lot happened working as Warehouse Manager pharmaceutical\cosmetic company. Our premises part large industrial complex had been walled off into three smaller buildings had three different businesses occupying them. My office free standing building inside warehouse about size shipping container. My company process
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Petty Yet Effective Power Moves Employees Pulled Off

Never underestimate the kinds of petty lengths people will go to in the workplace environment to make their power known, or get back at a particularly insufferable coworker. This collection of petty power moves are as impressive as they are just terribly petty. 

People describe their petty yet effective power moves pulled off in the workplace | r/AskMen u/plagueisthedumb 5d Join is most petty but effective power move have done? Good Fucking Question new senior supervisor started at our workplace few months ago and would be working under him as particular zones supervisor 30 so l'm out ordinary supervisor age and looks etc normally its an old boy thats been industry forever see new dude car park and go introduce myself. He looks eye as he's walking
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Incompetent Managers Fire All Star Employee

Oh man, the enforced clapping sounds like nothing short of a waking air-conditioned nightmare. These managers ended up firing the last guy they ever should've fired. From there the revenge was professional and utterly devastating. Fair to say that he absolutely ended up coming out on top. Check out another pro revenge tale with this bridezilla Karen who ended up looking like a pauper at her own wedding.

A squad of incompetent managers fire an all star employee | r/ProRevenge Join u/vonadler Fired? Are sure? OK. Note 1: This story told by friend and is about her father won't be able answer many follow up questions takes place around 2005 believe story be true, but can't verify course. Note 2: This happens Sweden, where there's no at- will employment. Once an employee is past initial 6 month probation period can't fire them without cause, which also requires an established paper trail. Note 3
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Startup Tries to Get Business to Compete for Bad Job, Soundly Denied

This company tried to turn their lame offer into a competition, but they asked precisely the wrong person to comply. This business owner in particular has had some memorable interactions with folks like this private school that wanted upgrades before their own charity, this treasurer of who couldn't comprehend a payment plan, or this client who refused to understand what having a broken arm means.

Funny honest business owner declines stupid offer | rest is up guys impress enough l'll go with winner gets business and all exposure comes with an exciting new start up company already has 1k followers on social media. Good luck! Hi No. Good luck Hi Well 's definitely lost opportunity on behalf may ask why though?
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Temp Tries To Get Employee Fired Behind Their Back

The real kicker here is that she had the irrational nerve to try and use them for a reference after this whole mess. Sounds like she's in dire need of a reality check. 

Temp tries to get employee fired behind their back, fails miserably | r/ProRevenge u/ManElegant 3y temp barely knew actively trying get fired behind my back. Jeeprs this blew up haven't time today but will make my business reply all questions next few days. This happened while ago but decided post today as she rang member office and used threat unfair dismissal claim if she wasn't given good reference. Not sure if belongs here or not. TL:DR An office temp l'd spoken handful times conspires
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You've gotta hand it to Radiant Plumbing and Air Conditioning for putting together whatever on God's green earth this thing is. We're totally blind regarding their acumen at putting a toilet back together, but they seem pretty damn good at putting a toilet-themed sci-fi parody together. It's got that local-business-vibe. It's got lasers. It's got everything, man.

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VP Pulls Rank and Screws Employee, Gets Canned by Cool CEO

It seems like a rare moment when a higher up at the company doesn't get rewarded for going over the little guy's head and absolutely messing everything up. For pretty much the opposite side of things, here's a satisfying story of an incompetent boss who fired the employee ant the beginning of a meeting, then learned a lesson.

cool CEO fires bad VP work story | Posted by u/PJExpat 5 hours ago "No one is above rules, and mean no one call if he pulls rank" oc L used work marketing company serviced small and medium-sized businesses across America multi-billion dollar revenue company CEO true rags riches story. He joined company right after he got out jail his early 20s small drug charge and worked his way up over 20 years eventually become CEO company CEO strongly believed success company did not come brilliant and
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Ways People Trolled Their Bosses Without Breaking Rules

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the various ways that people managed to troll their bosses without actually breaking the rules. You've got to hand it to anyone that puts in the time and effort to troll someone, and manages to pull that trolling off while still playing things by the book. 

People describe the various ways that they managed to troll their bosses without breaking the rules | SergeantKoopa 8y couple friends mine work at Wal-Mart. They found out kilts are well within dress code as long as they are correct color. Drove their managers nuts s been year and absolutely no problems though
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