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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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Lousy Sales Assistant Lies About Leads, Gets Outed

Some people are just impossible to work with. Not only was this assistant just straight up lousy at their job, but they continually ratted out their teammate for not being exactly on time, when they worked at a place that didn't even care about that to begin with. Well, eventually this all came back to bite them in the butt, and they were exposed breaking a much more serious rule in the sales game. 

Sales assistant lies about leads, gets outed | r/ProRevenge u/sting2018 1y Join 2 3 strikes and out? Cool got this work sales, and work as team have an assistant who helps get leads and set appointments. Well this one particular assistant and did not get along at all. This particular assistant kept going my boss behind my back report every little incident, which is really fucking annoying. Part my role as senior rep training, however this assistant former business owner and knew do job and
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Obnoxiously Entitled Employee Makes Mistake, Refuses To Own Up To It

Few things are quite as frustrating as dealing with an individual who clearly failed at something, and then stubbornly refuses to own up to it. It's like, we see you. You messed up. Now we can all move on from the mistake together if you but take the precious, magical moment to acknowledge that you messed up. That's all it takes. 

A terribly entitled employee makes a mistake and then won't own up to it.
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Clever Employee Blacklists Rude Customer

Jack had enough of this customer's rude behavior. So, he enacted a calculated and very satisfying petty revenge. The best part of this petty revenge is the moment that the customer goes to another store, and realizes their card isn't going to work there either. They underestimated Jack's capacity for pettiness, and definitely paid the price for that. 

Clever employee blacklists a rude customer from all their stores after annoying interaction | No sales rude people This story isn't mine, but friend/coworker had were both working at big box electronic store. This particular coworker, let's call him Jack, is known two things- 1. being knowledgeable about his area expertise (he specialized selling phones one particular carrier) 2. being rather grumpy person.
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Pet Store Employee Stops Karen From Torturing Starfish

Having a saltwater tank isn't as easy as throwing some salt and water together in a jug like it's Kool-Aid and calling it a day. Karen wasn't having all this "responsible pet owner" talk, so this employee stepped in to show her exactly what she'd need to take care of a starfish. Of course, Karen didn't take kindly to this employee who didn't want her to slowly torture a starfish to death. Will the Karen customersof the world ever learn their lesson? Doubtful.

Pet store employee stops Karen from buying a starfish for her kids
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Man Steals $400 Of Gas, Employee Gets The Last Laugh

Trying to pass off counterfeit bills is one of the dumbest things that a human being can do. Just picturing the look on this guy's face when he returned to the gas station, and saw those cops waiting to take him in is priceless. The fact that he had almost $2K of counterfeit bills on him was the true icing on the cake. 

Guy steals $400 of gas, but the employee gets the last laugh | r/ProRevenge Join u/theaccounterl 303d Guy steals 400 dollars gas, but get last laugh. Mobile blah blah. Backstory used work at marina high school sold gas and allowed people dock free if they wanted Now one day guy comes on pretty big boat comes and gets lot gas. Like 400 dollars worth gas. He comes counter pay and gives 400 dollars 100 dollar bills and accept them and he goes on his merry way.
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Boss Denies Employee's Necessary PC Upgrade, Malicious Compliance Ensues

It's funny how that works out. Sometimes the people who truly aren't the tech savvy ones assume that they know everything about how the technology is supposed to work. In this case though, it's nice to see that the boss didn't end up being a total monster, and if anything, by the ending it was nothing but nice wholesome vibes. 

Boss rejects employee's PC upgrade request, so the employee maliciously complies | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/Rhelyk 11h Won't get much needed PC upgrade properly do my job? OK make watch work XL run parts room at an independently owned auto body collision repair shop call owners Mr and Mrs Bossman do mostly insurance repairs and always have between 20 and 50 vehicles on-property various states repair, depending on busy are. Once estimate specific vehicle is approved my job is primarily order
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Incompetent Boss Insists On Using Errant GPS, Karma Ensues

If you ever have a boss who rudely insists that you "don't think" while you're in the driver's seat, you certainly have the opportunity to serve up a whopping plate of malicious compliance. Thus was the case with this employee who decided to follow their boss' orders despite being well aware that they drove past the correct exit ramp. Naturally, the boss was not stoked, but clearly had a moment of sobering realization that they vastly underestimated their employee's ability to follow instructions. Check out some more juicy malicious compliance content with this call center that wouldn't give their employee a raise, so malicious compliance ensued

A boss insists on using an errant GPS app, employee follows orders, hilarity ensues. | r/MaliciousCompliance u/AlwaysTheNoob 21h Join 1 2 2 e7 3 4 8 3 not here think ouch, but okay L tl;dr at bottom About decade ago new guy at company have people fly all over world start putting gear together before leaving again job sites, and one things did my earlier days pick those people up airport, take them their hotel after work, etc.
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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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Wife Thinks Husband Is Restaurant Manager, Demands Free Meals, Fires Employee

The internet stood in judgement of this intriguing case, wherein an overzealous wife of an employee vastly overestimated her powers. Managerial duties don't transfer via osmosis, but she sure felt like she had the authority to get free meals for her friends and fire a waitress who got in her way. Sometimes people's partners have a hard time with reality, like this Karen military wife who demanded salutes or this Lying brother who covered up the fact his wife was the breadwinner.

entitled restaurant wife impersonates husband to fire employee after not getting free food
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New Employee is Not Having Free Donut Day

Getting used to a new work dynamic can be stressful, and this new employee decided that they wouldn't be bullied into participating in free donut day. Instead of just blowing the thing off, they thought to make their point more clear in the form of middle finger donuts. For some more office shenanigans, here's an employee who annoyed their coworker with plants.

Employee maliciously complies with free donut day and bully coworkers | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/grillbuster5 11 hours ago is MY day buy donuts entire office as new person Well OK oc M As new person" at my job told multiple times expected provide donuts entire office. Normally s not big deal but two people particular were rude and relentless about donuts all week. Others joined also. Apparently, these people recently extorted two boxes Krispy Kremes someone else.
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Toxic Coworker Won't Do Job Correctly, Everyone Quits

Sometimes the best way to get through to a company that stubbornly insists on not listening, is to orchestrate an en masse walkout. This particular coworker sounds like a real nightmare to share a professional working space with. 

A toxic coworker refuses to do her job correctly, so everyone ends up quitting en masse | r/ProRevenge Join u/ftwipftfiy 3y Have fun finding six new receptionists! This is VERY long sorry advance. This story if kind continuation one posted previously on prettyrevenge. TL;DR post, one my coworkers never did her job correctly and had end up picking up her slack. Other employees noticed decided once our boss back vacation speak her about slacking coworker. Our office had rotation eight receptionist
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Man Follows Contracted Hours, Team Follows Suit, Management Caves

Man, oh, man, it sounds like this particular management team was terribly detached and clueless. They continued to send in uniformed representatives, as their company was proactively losing money, and wasted a whole lot of time when they could've actually resolved the issue. All that it took to set the whole thing in motion was one employee strictly following their contracted hours. 

Man insists on strictly following contracted hours, everyone follows suit, and management ends up caving | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/narsfweasels 19h "He Works Clock s His Contract M TL;DR at bottom. Our site is HUGE. At any one time several hundred things could be happening at once Biological studies, chemical experimentation, clinical studies on humans, and whole LOT paperwork tacit understanding is work until job is finished, not 9-5 sometimes means will work 12-hour days more than once
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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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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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Toxic Boss Makes Employee's Life Miserable, Employee Calls Their Bluff

Man, let this employee's experience navigating the ins and outs of a job under the weight of a terribly toxic boss be a lesson to us all. If you see those bright red flags present at a company that you're considering working for, don't ignore them. Trust your gut instinct. At least this employee was able to serve up some satisfying malicious compliance when it was all said and done. For some more sweet malicious compliance, check out this shady dude who tried to use fake cash at store and ended up triggering a malicious compliance in the process

Toxic boss makes their employee's life miserable, so the employee decides to call their bluff.
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