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Incompetent Boss Sabotages Business, Employee Steals Boss' Clients

Man oh man, nothing can bring a hard working employee's blood to a boil like having to deal with an incompetent boss who insists with bullish ignorance that they know how to run things, as they ruin everything. Jeff sounds like a waking nightmare to work with, and a generally toxic person to be around. Fortunately, this guy was able to use his talent and skillset to start up his own business, and successfully poach some of Jeff's clients. And honestly, it sounds like that was for the best. Businesses weren't long for this world under Jeff's "guidance." 

An incompetent boss sabotages his business, so the employee steals the boss' clients | r/ProRevenge Business is business joined Navy 18, ended up as Corpsman Iraq and Afghanistan, and, whenI returned, found out going have take classes even become an EMT. Fuck right? So did next best thing got degree Economics. Now see there, grinning ear ear an idiot, right? Well turned out pretty well picked up job 35k/yr as business consultant smallish company area. Now use pseudonym my boss
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Horrible Boss Loses Profits From Selling Company

And that's why it pays off in the long run to document everything. This is a genuine professional revenge. You love to see it. If you enjoyed this tale of pro revenge, check out another glorious tale of revenge involving some incompetent managers who made the grave mistake of firing their all star employee.

A terrible boss ends up losing their profits after selling company | r/ProRevenge u/eliechallita 3y Join Cost horrible boss all profits selling his company met an amazing mentor while doing my masters US who hired work company where he COO after graduated an immigrant US, so my visa is conditioned upon being employed: get red, and would quickly get deported back Middle East CEO company planning on selling company much larger British firm, so he wanted maximize revenue short term so he could get
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People That Love Their Jobs

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the people that genuinely love their jobs. As it turns out, some folks are actually lucky enough to find themselves with a career opportunity that doesn't feel like work at all. It can be done. And if you ever find yourself in that kind of position, just hold on for dear life. And if you're not, maybe some of these gigs will give you new ideas about a career shift. 

An AskReddit thread about people that actually love their jobs | jarofherb 11h get paid an excessive amount deliver excessively priced appliances extremely excessively well funded occupants Lake Tahoe. Like 90 job is just going on an amazing drive.
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Fastest Times People's New Co-Workers Were Fired

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the fastest times that people's new co-workers were fired from their jobs. If anything, it's just surprising that these people were able to get their jobs in the first place. You never know what kinds of red flags people might be hiding before you hire them on. Yikes. Makes us think of the recent story about a nightmare Karen employee who got fired, and used the same employer as a reference.

The fastest times that people's new co-workers were fired from their jobs | alejo699 video game test lead, and once had guy who came on his first day, sit down less than an hour, then shout can't play video games eight hours and storm out.
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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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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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Shady Manager Won't Train Employee On How To Comp Meals

Man oh man, for anyone that's ever worked in the industry and encountered a shady manager who insisted on being a disagreeable, genuinely unlikeable person, this story will resonate. Terry sounds like a waking nightmare of a human being. Fortunately, this employee was able to out him for all of his antics in the end. The fact that he didn't pay them for three months as well is inconceivable!

Manager won't train employee on how to comp employees, so they get department of labor inquisition | r/ProRevenge u/berthejew Won't train comp employee meals and then fire over short bank? Here's Department Labor inquisition! Going keep this as short as possible, so comment details unsure started at Roadhouse bar with cities name as first title word. Everyone knew this bar. Coming ten years bartending and serving experience hiring manager as nice as can be get spot and quickly prove my
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Coworker Snitches On Employee For Being Late, Petty Revenge Ensues

Man oh man, it sounds like this coworker was a whole lot of extra. The dude was late, as some human beings are prone to be on occasion, and the coworker made a whole deal out of it at 7:10 AM on a Saturday morning, Sounds like the boss was having none of it as well. At least the petty revenge was satisfying! If you enjoyed this quick petty revenge story, check out another tale of pro revenge with the time a county mower messed with a dad's shrubs, and proceeded to lose to rebar.

A petty revenge about a coworker snitching on an employee for being late | r/pettyrevenge u/fixerofthings 2y Join say only called boss out concern my well being? Well being called him had follow suit few weeks ago, my coworker (CW negating some minor protocols which left some equipment down overnight. He also didn't send emails some our remote teams regarding downed equipment. So did him solid (or so thought) and sent him and only him an email telling him he did wrong very next night, he did
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Karen Throws Away Expensive Cake, Office Fights Back

Karen power tripped a little too hard and made a big, unpopular authority flex. It just so happens there were a lot of employees around to maliciously comply with that authority she brandished so haphazardly. Misuse of authority can backfire, like this VP who got canned for pulling rank.

Whole office pesters Karen for throwing away expensive cake | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/NFkappaBalpha 1 day ago need check all our food? Fine. oc L So this happened like 7 or 8 years ago jobbing at driving service while student driving service one people with disabilities could not drive ot walk on their own. Our main office building housing/working facility disabled people two companies (our drivers service and housing facility) were loosely connected as they were both financdd by same
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Employee Gets Manager Promotion, Manager Proceeds To Quit

Now that's how you use the system against a maniacal outright toxic manager. Mike didn't know what to do. Beautiful work, really. There's also a tremendous amount of patience at play in this scenario. Sometimes you've got to wait it out to execute the perfect pro revenge. Check out another glorious tale of pro revenge with this scummy collection agency that messed with a guy's credit score.

Employee gets manager a promotion so that they quit | r/ProRevenge u/locusness Join time got my manager promotion so he quit am going have be little vague on some details protect myself here so can't discuss type business etc so its going be struggle. This is lot background explain kind situation developed over decade place once truly fun work at and easy earn bit extra overtime became dog eat dog struggle survive low level peons like were split between those who felt disenfranchised and
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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 Boss Drives Employees To Their Breaking Point

Just picturing the look on this dude's face when he turned up, looking to make money off selling those shirts and realizing that he had nothing is enough to fill one's heart with joy. Omaha sure was a long way to go over nothing. 

A story about a toxic boss pushing their employees to their breaking point | r/ProRevenge Join u/SadConfiguration 2y And deposit lost somewhat new reddit and have been reading these pro revenge stories and feel like have good offering early 2000's working at Graphics and T- Shirt printing shop major college town Midwest graphic design major and just made sense be involved screen printing and design owner company very socially awkward dude went university and stayed
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Dirty Insider Secrets In People's Professions

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the dirty insider secrets from people's professions. This is definitely one of those threads that brings the mind the old saying that "ignorance is bliss." There are some things better left to the unknown. 

People describe dirty insider secrets from their professions | MatrixGodfather0435 1d whole lot guys aren't tech savvy. They just know Google well.
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Boss Orchestrates Their Own Downfall

The biggest kicker in this ridiculous scenario is that a competent boss who was actually pulling their weight would've said just this, but then nothing would've happened because the competent boss was fulfilling the duties of their job. Unfortunately, this boss was not doing their job. So, after the employee complied the boss was exposed for not doing their job. If they'd never said anything, they would've been a whole lot better off. 

Boss tells employee that they're not a manager, so malicious compliance ensues | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/more-input 22h Boss tells l'm not manager so stopped doing her job M background work mental health and substance use services have worked my job long time now. My boss is never available help and hardly on site. Recently she has got new manager who is not impressed with her work ethic, but then lock down happened and he had shield, she has gone straight back her old ways. Boss will often
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Jerk Company Overworks And Underpays Female Employee, She Gets Last Laugh

Companies that put their employees through the ringer, overworking them while underpaying them, are the worst. It could be a toxic manifestation of higher-ups being so far removed from the inner-workings of the business itself that they have no appreciation for all the hard work that goes into the system, to keep it functioning. Or, maybe it's a willful blind ignorance. Either way, we love nothing more than seeing an employee fight back against a company that wronged them (and other coworkers). This woman's revenge was the definition of professional. 

A jerk company overworks and underpays female employee, and she gets last laugh | r/ProRevenge Join u/EngrChik127 3h Disrespected, overworked and underpaid female employee gets last laugh have always been hard worker thanks my parents' work ethic and raising 3 kids on shoestring budget. My dad took every bit overtime he could get, missing holidays and never using vacation or sick time so my mom could stay home with us kids and have hot meal on table every night were school aged, my mom went back
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