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Impressively Unprofessional "Not My Job" Moments

Hey, if someone tells you to install a toilet seat lid, it's not like it's your job to install the right sized one, and it's totally not your job to check and see if it's upside down or not. Here are some wonderfully unprofessional "not my job" moments from the world of the just lazy enough.

Funny moments that were someone's one job | electronic sign showing a folder on a desktop screen OCEAN GAMING AT HAMPTON BEACH CASINO | COOKING DOG Tasty, healthy and safe recipes sticker hiding the word for
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Bad Coworker Thinks They Can Push Manager Around

This bad coworker thought she'd be able to get away with pushing the manager around, with no consequences. Think again. 

Bad coworker thinks she can get away with pushing the manager around.
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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.
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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.
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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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Jobs that Look Fun but Aren't

Everyone has wondered if their life would be more peaceful if they worked in an animal shelter, or got to play video games all day. As it turns out, a job is still a job, and there's a reason people don't do it for free. For more insight into other people's jobs, here are bad stock photos of people's jobs getting roasted, as well as stories of the worst things people's coworker's did without being fired.

Jobs that people think are fun but aren't really | Mr_frumpish 49.3k points 15 hours ago Video game tester aren't spending time playing completed fully realized games are playing same level game over and over seeing if there are bugs.
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Food Shop Ghosts Employee, Employee Steals Their Workforce

Oh boy, this food shop vastly underestimated how far an employee would go to carry out a successful, brutal pro revenge. They should've just done the right thing off the bat, but instead they opted for the shady ghosting move. 

Company ghosts employee, so employee decides to steal the workforce | r/ProRevenge Join u/CamoUnderwear ly thought "ghosting Tinder dates, not employees. Mobile user, formatting, etc etc TL;DR at end So l've been working food shop about 3 years now place is an absolute hellhole. This past year had 7 general managers, and double amount associate employees roll through turnover rate is ridiculous being said am only employee know do everything at store because l've been there so long. Or, at least
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Twitter Thread: Animator Calls Out Whiny Consumer

Some pretentious Twitter user thought they'd go ahead and issue a complaint about what looks like a completely acceptable Family Guy scene. So, an actual animator stepped in and shed some light on the realities of the industry. At one point, the animator points out that they're actually making someone else's art, when it comes to the animations that people see. 

An animator calls out a whiny consumer in Twitter thread | Noogat @NoogatDelight Primetime animation is quite possibly one most sterile fields animation, and can thank FG/ Other animated Family Sitcoms pioneering Artists who work on these shows are incredibly limited they can, and cannot do; and is by design. 10:00 pm 15/6/20 Twitter Android
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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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Work Karen Makes Everyone Get Up for 4 AM Meeting

Time zones can be a bastard especially when the person you'r dealing with has no concept of empathy. And when the tables were turned, she couldn't even manage to skip happy hour and had to give up. Here's another entitled coworker who demanded a party and took all the leftovers. You can't help but be fascinated by the antics of an entitled Karen, like this one who tried and failed to scam a restaurant.

Entitled work Karen demands everyone else wake up early because it's convenient for her | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/ZoiSarah 1 day ago Everyone MUST join work call regardless working hours? Sure! oc M company worked is global, offices all over globe wasn't often, but expected if were needed on call outside business hours make arrangements join; typically crazy one- off scenario where they needed find an urgent timeslot single call sounds awful but really infrequent and most folks were ve
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Stunningly Unprofessional "Not My Job" Moments

We're always impressed by the work of the lazy and negligent. It gives us impressively unprofessional "not my job" moments, ranging from telephone poles in the middle of roads to roadkill-shaped gaps traffic lines. Blessed be the sweet hot laziness that leads to these wonderfully unprofessional "not my job" moments.

Funny unprofessional "not my job" moments | kids children playground with a dangerously steep slide | Linked image not found ExceIMark Linked image not found rubber stamp fail
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Foreman's Coworkers Get Screwed Over, He Gets Everyone Paid Out

Good for this guy for looking out for his coworkers. Sounds like they got screwed over on some well deserved pay, so the heroic foreman of the story ends up besting a lawyer, and getting everyone properly paid out. Not only that, but it sounds like the whole process left such a positive impact that it changed how the company ran business for going forwards. 

Foreman's coworkers get screwed over on getting paid, so he bests a lawyer and gets them backpay | r/ProRevenge u/Kingsmanname 1d Join Got everyone paid out, and one my proudest moments. So used work power line clearing tree service did lots and lots hours chainsawing all tree species underneath and near powerline during winter and summer and herbicide work spring grueling work northern mn with bugs and winters. Especially had walk through feet snow all day long.
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AskReddit Thread: Interview Responses That Did People In

Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the various responses from job applicants that ended up being their ultimate undoing. Maybe it's the nerves or a genuine lack of common sense, but these are rough. 

A collection of interview responses that did people in | willywag 18.3k points 14 hours ago edited 5 hours ago There guy who walked into conference room interview him, told have seat and said "let's talk".
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