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Fired after 7 years | Worker fired after attempting to give their two week's notice, former employer then reaches out to them again

Update: 'This morning I woke up to several texts': Company fires worker for giving two week's notice, then has the nerve to contact them asking for help

The act of giving notice is one of mutual trust — especially when the worker isn't protected by an agreement or local law. The worker is showing their employer a sign of goodwill by allowing them the time to prepare other workers, maintain continuity, and execute a proper handover. The problem with giving notice is it's also like a breakup — “It's not you, it's me. I've just… Found someone else.” — and all too often, emotionally-stunted owners and middle managers take it exactly as such. This l…
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Temp Tries to Gatekeep Coworker’s Nationality, Spreads Gossip That He’s Lying About Place of Birth

This isn’t even my final form!
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Woman Catches Lunch Thieving Coworker Red-Handed, Puts Him on Blast in Front of Everyone

This guy got his just desserts… but not her lunch.
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