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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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Let's just hope that in the future worker's comp covers hoverboard injuries and explosions.

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Waiting a long time for a plane to take off can suck, but it’s a lot more bearable if you have a flight attendant that can move like this woman.

According to the uploader, she is a breakdancer-turned-flight attendant, and she recently gave these passengers a bit of a show while waiting for everyone to board.

Watch her dance to Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” and win over everyone on the plane.

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Uncle Bankrupts Previous Mean Employer

Oh man, this guy literally brought the walls in around his previous employer, until he'd basically starved him of hiring opportunities. This revenge seems cold and calculated, and like it wasn't rushed. Patience can absolutely pay off in the long run. 

Doctor takes revenge on his trainer by opening up offices around him | r/ProRevenge Join u/bleedybutts 2y Uncle bankrupts his previous employer Not sure if this is petty or pro or whatever be judge My uncle is an Indian doctor 90s there massive doctors shortage Australia so government gave him citizenship. Unfortunately still had sit 3 expensive exams work as doctor Australia. These exams cost thousands dollars, only happened twice year, had limited sitting spots/times and had arbitrary
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Well, it's certainly better than the work you're going to find over at Monday Thru Friday!

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Medical Transportation Employee Maliciously Complies For Good

The worst thing to see is a rule that only serves to end up hurting someone else. This poor elderly lady just needed the extra help, but the inspector had to go and have zero chill, and complicate that process. Fortunately, the medical transportation driver was ready to disregard all that BS, and do what was necessary to help the elderly lady in need. 

A medical transportation uses malicious compliance for good | r/MaliciousCompliance u/witwats 2y Join don't work here anymore hey, boss, got an opening M Worked Medical Transportation company had contract with Medicaid. One their many rules could not provide any assistance patient INSIDE their house. One elderly lady had an old house with very small foyer had climb three steps get main floor only other entrance around back and up two and half flights rickety steps an old deck opened into bedroom
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