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Employee Asks For Raise, Company Forbids Employees from Discussing Pay

When the topic of raises came up, this store manager decided to send out a company-wide email forbidding employees from openly discussing their salaries. The problem there is that that violates labor laws, and this genius decided to put their policy into writing. An unfair boss can be the source of drama and justice, like this security guard who go the last laugh or this manager who tried to fire an employee for following the rules.

Boss forbids people discussing salaries and threatens to fire those who ask for raises | lieu an all store meeting 8:46 AM wanted have face face meeting with everyone regarding this, but schedules just don't allow s important enough get this information everyone clarity. Just have been hearing some noise and want make sure everyone understands and is on same page If have ANY issue/question regards salary/incentives/benefits there are 2 people can speak with is an understood rule within workplace
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Workers Respond after Boss Says They're Unqualified for their Job

Imagine being denied a promotion because you're deemed unqualified for a job you already do. Sometimes, when work is unfair enough, overworked employees can revolt by literally just doing their job description. When people apply themselves they can become lords of efficiency, opting to work smarter and not harder.

Guys respond to boss telling they're unqualified by only doing the parts they're qualified for | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by grrodon2 No promotion less work, same pay work passenger boat company have 3 tasks while on board: secure boats embarking and disembarking, keep an eye out safety and order, and check tickets and issue fines few years ago company asked some senior staff temporarily switch ticket inspector high season, with promise move permanently within year.
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Boss Stops Paying Servers, so They Stick It to Him Where It Hurts

When their boss got overzealous cutting costs, this group of bartenders and servers took action right when it mattered most. 8:30 on a Friday. It seems like the natural thing to happen when you overwork your staff and stop paying them. For more, here's a satisfying revenge story of an employee ending his despicably cheap boss.

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Let's say you spend ten minutes a day on the pot at work. Five out of seven days a week are work days, which makes 260 days a year. Subtract two weeks (ten work days) for paid vacation and throw in some more off days for holidays, and you end up with around 240 work days left over. Based on this, if you work at a job for 10 years at the median American personal hourly income of $16.57 an hour (source: U.S. Department of Labor) working a typical eight hour day, that adds up to $132.56. Based on our ten-minute average (or 1/48 of a work day), that's $2.76 earned for every poop session. Multiply that by the work days in a year, and the years in a career, and voila:

You would earn $3,314.00 in a five-year career while pooping. You would earn $6,629.00 in a ten-year career while pooping. You would earn $13,255.00 in a 20-year career while pooping. You would earn $26,512.00 in a 40-year career while pooping.

If you saved these earnings over a 40-year time frame with tax exemption as long as the funds aren't withdrawn, based on today's mutual fund NAVs, your savings would total just shy of $103,000.

That's enough to cover the median sales price of houses in six states.

Time for a bathroom break!