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The Best Memes and Tweets for Your Corporate America Woes

The Best Memes and Tweets for Your Corporate America Woes

If you're having one of those "what am I doing with my life?" moments, you're very much not alone.
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AITA for firing an employee returning from maternity leave?

'I had to do right by the team': Horrible boss fails to justify firing new single mother after she returns to work

Just when you thought horrible bosses couldn't get any worse...
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"I got a job offer with a competitor, and with salary, commission, and bonuses, it works out to over 100k.  I handed in my resignation, and he had the audacity to call the CEO where within 10 minutes they offered me a 70k base, with a 30k bonus."

Worker Refused Raise, Gets New Job, Boss Counter Offers With Double Current Salary

It's often said that no one appreciates the work that you do until you're gone. Sometimes the best thing that you can do is take a vacation to prove your worth. Although, a toxic workplace will probably just find some way to blame you for not “leaving things in a good place” before you go on leave. In a similar fashion, your employer will never appreciate you for what you're worth until they are forced to face continuing on without you. Then you will even find yourself to be surprised at how mu…
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Nuked an interview because "no one wants to work anymore."

'Set the interview on fire and somehow got offered the job still': Guy calls out interviewer for lying on the job posting

This guy gave his potential employer the middle finger after he fed him the tired "Nobody wants to work anymore" line.
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Male Karen throws tantrum for having to show his ID

Male Karen Refuses to Show ID and Makes a Scene at Target

At this point, we need to come up with a definitive male Karen name! They're spreading like a pandemic.
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"When my grandfather passed away, my boss asked for a funeral note. Wtf is a funeral note?"

Employee Asks for Day Off for Grandfather's Funeral, Boss Makes Him Provide a "Funeral Note"

This employee was forced to provide a funeral note after requesting a day off to attend his grandfather's funeral service.
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"No value in your work"

Employee Fired and Told His Work Is Worthless, Gets Better Job at the Competing Firm

These managers had no clue their former employee added so much value to the company. In fact, they told the employee his work was worthless. They learned the truth the hard way.
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Remote Work Memes for People Who Definitely Woke up 5 Minutes Before That First Zoom Call

Remote Work Memes for People Who Definitely Woke up 5 Minutes Before That First Zoom Call

Remote work requires a lot of self-control
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"At this point, Jane was mid-way to her desk when Sandy informed her that there was no need to go any further and that she had accepted Jane's notification..."

Employee Tries to Bluff and 'Fakes' Their Two-Week Notice, Shocked When Employer Immediately Accepts

It's commonly said that you should “Always get something in writing” so that you can prove that something was said or an agreement was made. This generally is poor advice when you're doing something like feinting retirement or resignation in order to strong arm your employer into doing something you'd like them to do. Unless you really mean it, it's just really not a good idea… because by putting it in writing you're literally giving them written notice, and, if they're eager to be rid of you a…
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Malicious Compliance | Following a termination letter to a T

Security Guard Fired, Immediately Begged to Work Remaining Scheduled Shifts

What is it with employers firing people and then immediately realizing that they need their help? You might think they would have considered that before firing in the first place or, maybe, just don't fire people unreasonably if you're already short of workers. Is that too much to ask? This story was posted to Reddit's r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit by Reddit user u/kayasha, who shared their experience on the popular sub. The story received positive responses from readers. “It’s fascinating ho…
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'My review comes up a lot in their interview process': Worker's Glassdoor review creates trouble for previous employer

This employee has learned that a Glassdoor review they wrote when they quit their job has been giving their past-employer grief with hiring. They left their position after experiencing unprofessional treatment from their manager, which they felt necessitated the review being written. This thread was posted to Reddit's r/pettyrevenge subreddit this week by a user who shared their experiences with the popular sub. They posted their topic with the title “Left my old place due to bad management - M…
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'Attention! We DO NOT get our tips!': Worker exposes thieving boss by posting forbidden sign in their workplace in viral thread

A worker uploaded this viral image of a sign they posted at the coffee shop where they work. The sign instructs patrons not to leave tips as they will be stolen by the owner of the coffee shop. "I'm probably going to be fired for this… but I don't care," the employee claims in the title of their thread.
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20 People Who Were Normally Calm But Were Provoked Into Totally 'Losing It'

Everyone has a breaking point. Even the calmest and most level-headed people will reach that moment when enough is enough, and they just can't take it anymore. These stories are examples of those moments that people witnessed, as shared on this trending r/askreddit thread. There are a lot of responses about otherwise even-tempered teachers and mentors in this thread that snapped . Just a trend I noticed that shows how much torture we collectively put these people through. This thread was posted…
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When you get another branded non-dishwasher safe cup instead of a raise

Employee Asks for a Raise, Gets Non-Dishwasher Safe Company Cup Instead

Not only is this “gift” not the raise you asked for, but also you have to hand wash it too.
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Server Goes Viral for Story of Getting Stiffed a Tip from a Party of 60 People, Commenters Defending the Non-Tippers are Getting Put in Their Place

If you can't afford to tip, then you shouldn't be going out to eat. PERIOD.
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American Gets Fired From French Company She Relocated to Paris For, They Said She Was Not a ‘Cultural Fit'

American Gets Fired From French Company She Relocated to for Not Being a ‘Cultural Fit'

That's gotta hurt
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