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Employee Investigates Unfair Policy, Gets Coworkers Back Pay

When this guy looked into the legality of this company's policy, he stuck to his principles and got everyone money they were owed. For some other satisfying work revenge stories, here's a boss's "take prank callers seriously" policy backfiring as well as a boss that got locked out of his own home.

Story of guy who gets coworkers paid back for unfair work policy | r/ProRevenge Posted by u/Kingsmanname 4 hours ago 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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Boss's New "Take Prank Callers Seriously" Policy Backfires

Pizza delivery is one of the industries that has seen a few changes since the pandemic started, but the customers are the same people as always, so what can you do. The manager at this pizza place decided to respond to a rise in prank calls in probably the wrong way. For more pizza stuff, here are the many strange customers one pizza deliverer met.

Pizza store manager makes policy to respond to pranks seriously and it backfires | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/CatJezus 18 hours ago Treat all prank calls as though they're serious? Sure, have fun making 180 extra large pizzas work major pizza delivery chain has so far been unsuccessful out-pizzaing hut. Our store is college town, and everyone is bored as hell right now obvious reasons. So gone maybe one prank call day at least 3-5. Which isn't much but still really annoying with much more
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Manager Gets Nailed By His Own Unfair Policy

When confronted with the issue of people locking themselves out of their apartments on the weekends, this manager wanted to avoid paying overtime by passing the burden onto their own tenants. The policy was unpopular. As it so often happens with incompetent managers, their plan backfired.

Reddit story of boss who gets locked out based on their own policy | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by darlin_squishy Maliciously complied and locked my boss out his own home EDIT: Thank so much gold award used work as property manager semi large company small city. Among usual duties PM
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Guys Make Full Use of Their School's Stupid Printing Policy

For whatever reason, almost every printing policy is stupid. Whether you work somewhere with one, or go to school, there's always some sort of wast-of-money plan that never seems to work out in your favor. There's even another dude who complied with his school's unfair printing fee by using every printer at once.

Guys take advantage of stupid printing policy | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/UrPokemon get 250 pages print per semester. My roommate and attend university where are given 250 pages per semester print as part our attendance. Well hardly used since have our own printer, so went over print room and asked them if could have our ~500 pages. They said pages were only printing and not quantity letter paper were entitled So said okay.
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