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Owner Shorts Brewer's Hard-Earned Wages, Brewer Takes Revenge

This brewery owner is a prime example of one of those people who never should've been able to run his own business in the first place. The guy clearly had some gnarly knowledge gaps when it came to knowing the kind of stuff a brewery owner should, to run a successful business. I mean, the guy threw an Anniversary event and failed to advertise that the brewery made their own beers. That's some next level cluelessness. On top of being an oblivious owner, he participated in wage theft. Fortunately, our heroic brewer of the hour was ready to take his technical revenge. Don't screw over the guy who knows how to brew your company's beer. 

Boss tries to short brewer's wages, so brewer takes a masterful revenge | r/ProRevenge Join u/PissedBrewer 13h 1 destroyed brewery Nearly 20 years ago brewer at brewpub owner complete lunatic and an utter -hole. Before hired, he had already purchased brewery equipment, used closed microbrewery. Problem is literally 4 times larger than needed be size place, and top off he selling Big 3 beers too. And Pugsley system (brewers will know But made work, even got stupid Ringwald yeast behave. But only
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Horrible Boss Tells Most Valuable Employee to Quit, Instantly Regrets It

This boss thought they could get a single employee to do both of their jobs and expect to not get paid for it, told em to quit, and then realized that they might need them. The boss even went so far as to try to pretend that they just hadn't fired them. Horrible bosses have a tendency to pile responsibility onto employees they don't expect to pay, and in some glorious cases, an ungrateful psycho boss gets instant karma.

Employee does manager work but doesn't get paid for, gets fired instead of promotion and company fails | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/cranky_throw_away 17 hours ago "Fine then just quit Okay! oc M So freshly out high school hadnt decided on wanted do with my life, so got job at pizza place near where lived always been type person who would rather work than sit at home and didn't/don't have ton friends hang out with.
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Department Manager Hires Credit Stealing Friend, Career Gets Destroyed

Man, oh, man, this department manager (Michael) learned their lesson about not pulling strings for a buddy (Darren) who was not qualified for the job at all. Fortunately, the rest of the employees were ready to band together and write just the kind of program that had the bugs and glitches necessary to highlight Darren's gross lack of expertise. From there, the lies were revealed, and the prompt firings were had. 

A pro revenge tale about an employee getting passed on for rightful promotion | r/ProRevenge Join u/Deadlock1989 2d Pass manager promotion and hire useless credit stealing friend destroy career. Long story TLDR at bottom. So this is not my story (got permission post prorevenger himself) but due nature events don't mind my account being made into sacrificial lamb if got back people involved as my account is essentially expendable.
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People's Most Eccentric and Oblivious Bosses

Most bosses have some weird eccentricities and behaviors. Some bosses are outright oblivious and rude, and others might just be straight up dumb. Here are experiences with real-life Michael Scotts. Some employees had a better time than others. Some bosses are just hell to work for, like this ungrateful psycho boss who got instant karma.

Askreddit of people's most eccentric bosses | BigShoots 34.5k points 14 hours ago had an anonymous feedback program at work, and our boss livid with results, particularly with several comments he frequently lost his temper meetings and would yell at us more he talked about incorrect and unfair and hurtful these comments were redder and angrier he got, until he finally pounded table and shouted DO NOT! SCREAM MEETINGS! OKAY?"
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Cheap Manager Loses $300K Of Business

This employee gave their manager a swift and brutal reality check. It's all about knowing your worth. 

Manager gives employee poor raise and bonus, so a pro revenge ensues | r/ProRevenge u/TheflyingLag 2y Join give poor raise and bonus take away annual 300K dollars business lurking sometimes and here am ready tell my pro-revenge story put some context on story working at multi-national firm did my final internship post- masters degree there and they liked so they offered job as junior consultant. Fresh school couldn't be happier. As naïve signed contract without worrying about little details, one
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Employee Gets Fired, Takes Essential Program with Them

This factory thought it could get rid of an employee but keep their game-changing program. It looks like they thought too fast. For another story of an employee getting the better of an ungrateful company, here's an ungrateful psycho boss that got instant karma.

Employee gets fired from company and takes program with them | Posted by u/Wintertodt 2 days ago Buy my program fire No? Okay. oc M Long story short employed at rather large factory which is one largest plant based companies world, recently bought by an investment firm not so long ago. Anyways developed program which used at factory could tell whenever any machines were not running, even if due manual stop or anything else. My program knew reason why machine idling. This program made so much eas
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Boss Tries To Steal Employee's Work, Gets Fired

What's with people trying to steal other people's work, and being so foolish that they honestly think they'll get away with it. This boss vastly underestimated their employee. The pro revenge was swift and brutal. Check out another case of pro revenge with this doctor who tried to take credit for a woman's work.

Boss tries to steal employee's work, and ends up getting fired | r/ProRevenge Join u/Unhappy_Taste 2d 1 E 1 Taught lesson my idiot boss who tried get credit and promotion softwarel made and fired over working finance company last year. One day propose my manager since have computer programming background know manual job XYZ, automation can be done using some new tech and 'll reduce 500 man hours per week. He also has some tech background, so he says hasn't been done because can't be done and beh
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AskReddit Thread: Bosses And Managers' Worst Employees

It's a wonder that these people were able to get jobs in the first place. You never know what kind of baggage someone might be carrying when they start up with a new job. If you're lucky and smart about it, you properly vet those applicants to make sure you don't have complete toxic chaos erupt further on down the road. 

Bosses and managers describe their worst employees | probablynappingtbh 13h Not boss but there's girl work with now who is bad but not bad enough do anything about work kiosk and she's always walking out without saying or taking 30 minute breaks hang out with her friends who come visit her get customer and while taking order she'll just be standing on her phone not helping at all. Not mention she's almost 30 with two kids teenager and l'm given about twice amount hours as she is.
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Company Cuts Tech Department's Pay, Mass Walkout Ensues

This is what happens when management underestimates who is doing the actual work. In this case, it was the tech department. One does not mess with the tech department. It sounds like the eventual, successfully executed walkout created pure chaos for the company. 

A satisfying revenge story about employees staging a mass walkout | r/ProRevenge Join u/Large-Meat-Feast 1d 2 Fire us or cut our pay? Enjoy mass walk- out. Not sure if revenge or Karma, but fits revenge hope) Back early 2000s worked tech company who offered tech support, on-site support and training organisations who either didn't want specialised staff, or could benefit outsourcing company consisted three directors Sales department, Finance/HR department, and Tech department. Tech further split
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Revenge Of The Week: Employee Leads Revolution Against Lying Manager

Oh boy, we're back at it again with a fresh revenge of the week. This classic tale of revenge centers on an employee spearheading a revolution against a shady, dishonest manager. Manager should've just told the truth, and maybe all of this could've been avoided. 

Employee leads a revolution against a horrible, lying manager | r/ProRevenge u/Vikkiislost 3h JOIN led revolution" against horrible lying manager set scene work book store, but very much an underling which is prefer usually back, helping unpack shipments and prepare them shelving also collect online orders and package them up shipping, and sometimes do night shelving or overnight projects s always been my favorite because rarely have deal with managers and 's much more carefree environment than
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Boss Lies To Employee About Raise, Employee Steals Boss's Work

This boss shouldn't have lied to their employee about giving them a raise. Seriously, just be straightforward and honest, people. But alas, that would seem to be too much to ask from some folks. So, queue up the pro revenge, and the employee going on to befriend the owner of the company who was responsible for 90% of the company's income. Now that's how you solve the problem by going right to the top. 

Boss lies to employee about giving them a raise, so the employee steals the boss's work | r/ProRevenge Join u/TheAwesomeAustin 1y 1 10 3 6 Lie about giving raise? Say goodbye income UPDATED! Now with 100% more REVENGE Sorry its so long! Please have patience. There is reason why wrote all out like this wanted my thought process be understood through story doubt anything like this will happen again my life and wanted share with all TL;DR at bottom) Background:
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Lazy Workers That Used Shortcuts In Their Jobs

This fun AskReddit thread takes a look at various workers that discovered shortcuts in their various lines of work to accomplish jobs the easiest ways possible. It's remarkable what kinds of paths can be opened up by someone motivated by the burning desire to not have to work too hard. 

Lazy people that accomplished their jobs the easiest ways possible | Downvotesdarksouls 4h 1 Award My brother gave my oldest nephew 10 dollars week if he did all his chores with out needing be told or complaining. One day he gets home early work and sees neighbor kid tossing bag trash. He asks him he is doing and kid says he gets 5 bucks week take care few chores. My nephew outsourced his chores. Reply 1 37.7k
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Job Applicant Calls Out Company's Interview Process

This job applicant decided to call out a company's interview process after being rejected from getting the position. It would seem given the context here that the honest and critical review was completely reasonable. Someone in the comments section suggested that this company sounded like a potential MLM/pyramid scheme. If that were the case, then bullet dodged! 

Job applicant calls out company's interview process | AITA giving company my honest opinion on their interview process they asked Not hole applied job few months ago completely online work home job regardless current situation so all communication and process done online. This retail consultant position online shoppers. They could seek advice consultant if they needed help choosing products received an email saying they would like interview Sweet got an email link zoom call next week had no idea
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Employee Maliciously Complies To Director's Demands

Steve vastly underestimated this employee and how far they would go to carry out their malicious compliance. Also, Todd sounds like a real life wizard. 

Employee deals with bad manager in glorious fashion | r/MaliciousCompliance u/Ars-Torok 128d Join 1 1 1 1 3 4 are salaried right? Just stay up this meeting. XL Before begin dear readers brief bit backstory have found every company has Todd will know who Todd is, because he is who call don't know who call unthinkable happens and everything is on fire and there is no hope salvation, Todd steps fix Todd spends his entire time just fixing unfixable. He has been with company since dawn time, knows tr
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Employee Gets Fired, Outsmarts Company's Lawyers

Those lawyers should've done their homework. Love to see an employee take the win after suffering the experience of getting fired. 

Employee gets fired and then proceeds to outsmart the company's lawyers | r/ProRevenge Join u/Zakkana 6h Got Fired: Employer's Lawyers Should Have Done Their Homework Did. This happened about 20 years ago while college am being deliberately vague because reasons. Background got job basically office-sitting on weekends showed up at 8am and every hour checked over things, handled occasional phone call, and then left 4pm person arrived. Most time read, watched TV, or played games on my laptop proba
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