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Coworker Snitches On Employee For Being Late, Petty Revenge Ensues

Man oh man, it sounds like this coworker was a whole lot of extra. The dude was late, as some human beings are prone to be on occasion, and the coworker made a whole deal out of it at 7:10 AM on a Saturday morning, Sounds like the boss was having none of it as well. At least the petty revenge was satisfying! If you enjoyed this quick petty revenge story, check out another tale of pro revenge with the time a county mower messed with a dad's shrubs, and proceeded to lose to rebar.

A petty revenge about a coworker snitching on an employee for being late | r/pettyrevenge u/fixerofthings 2y Join say only called boss out concern my well being? Well being called him had follow suit few weeks ago, my coworker (CW negating some minor protocols which left some equipment down overnight. He also didn't send emails some our remote teams regarding downed equipment. So did him solid (or so thought) and sent him and only him an email telling him he did wrong very next night, he did
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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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Employee Gets Manager Promotion, Manager Proceeds To Quit

Now that's how you use the system against a maniacal outright toxic manager. Mike didn't know what to do. Beautiful work, really. There's also a tremendous amount of patience at play in this scenario. Sometimes you've got to wait it out to execute the perfect pro revenge. Check out another glorious tale of pro revenge with this scummy collection agency that messed with a guy's credit score.

Employee gets manager a promotion so that they quit | r/ProRevenge u/locusness Join time got my manager promotion so he quit am going have be little vague on some details protect myself here so can't discuss type business etc so its going be struggle. This is lot background explain kind situation developed over decade place once truly fun work at and easy earn bit extra overtime became dog eat dog struggle survive low level peons like were split between those who felt disenfranchised and
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DOG! I mean I need to take my DOG to the vet... Crap.

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Petty Yet Effective Power Moves Employees Pulled Off

Never underestimate the kinds of petty lengths people will go to in the workplace environment to make their power known, or get back at a particularly insufferable coworker. This collection of petty power moves are as impressive as they are just terribly petty. 

People describe their petty yet effective power moves pulled off in the workplace | r/AskMen u/plagueisthedumb 5d Join is most petty but effective power move have done? Good Fucking Question new senior supervisor started at our workplace few months ago and would be working under him as particular zones supervisor 30 so l'm out ordinary supervisor age and looks etc normally its an old boy thats been industry forever see new dude car park and go introduce myself. He looks eye as he's walking
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Come up with an awesome acronym for N.A.P. and you could win some internetz!

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Cell phone video was taken of this irrationally angry Starbucks employee when she began yelling at a customer and accusing her of stealing a cookie straw. The customer said this began when she was distracted trying to open a Starbucks app on her phone to pay and didn't answer quickly enough. According to the Daily News , Starbucks has apoligized through social media, saying that the employee has been let go. 

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Boss Tries To Toy With Employee, Employee Engineers Their Downfall

This boss thought that they'd be able to play games with an employee who quite simply was more than ready to dish it back to them in true pro revenge fashion. And in this case, that pro revenge looks like the employee pretty much taking all of their clients. 

Boss tries to toy with employee, employee engineers their downfall | r/ProRevenge JOIN u/CallMeSwellington 14h 1 S 1 1 Girl Friday" with PhD takes over business ungrateful owner. This is long tale is also text book case why don't abuse loyal associates. My spouse second person hired at consulting company very specialized industry her 15 years with firm grew respectable three office (8-10 employees at each location) entity. She and owner grew business on contacts, expertise and presentation my
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From her boss: "She was supposed to start at 4pm. Good thing I'm a patient boss."

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People Who Quit Their Jobs With Style

Quitting a bad job can be a breath of fresh air, especially if you've got a new, better one lined up and nothing to lose. There's no better opportunity to be honest to management than when you know you're not coming back. It's frustrating situations like these screw this I'm out moments that make leaving a bad situation worthwhile. But also be wary when looking for a new job, because there are some definite interview red flags.

funny notes from people who quit their jobs | quit today Hey quitting come just don't really like guys no more got new job also so Each job requires 2 week notice. This is extremely unprofessional on part. Good luck eAcH jOb reQu- stfu lucky got text tf | Now this is quit job This Is Drawing Dinosaur is Also MY 2 Weeks Notice
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Horrible Boss Loses Profits From Selling Company

And that's why it pays off in the long run to document everything. This is a genuine professional revenge. You love to see it. If you enjoyed this tale of pro revenge, check out another glorious tale of revenge involving some incompetent managers who made the grave mistake of firing their all star employee.

A terrible boss ends up losing their profits after selling company | r/ProRevenge u/eliechallita 3y Join Cost horrible boss all profits selling his company met an amazing mentor while doing my masters US who hired work company where he COO after graduated an immigrant US, so my visa is conditioned upon being employed: get red, and would quickly get deported back Middle East CEO company planning on selling company much larger British firm, so he wanted maximize revenue short term so he could get
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Karen Threatens Employee With Write-Up, Gets Lesson In Management

Sometimes the manager needs to receive a harsh lesson on proper management. In this case, Karen was way out of line when it came to the reasoning behind writing an employee up. Literally, the employee did exactly what any helpful human being would do when faced with a scenario where the office runs out of paper--they got more paper! But no, Karen insisted on staging a whole meltdown. Fortunately, someone else was around and ready to give Karen the management education she sorely needed. 

Karen threatens an employee with a write-up, and proceed to get a lesson in management | r/TalesFromTheFrontDesk u/Ancient_Ice 1y Join Front Desk Manager Threatens with write-up, and she gets lesson management. Long Backstory working as night auditor at front desk, now those don't know night auditor is like an accounting job balance all paperwork before accounting gets balance every department Restaurant, Bar, Dance Club, conference center, etc. So, our job critical be done correctly every night
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Company Won't Replace One Computer, Wastes Thousands of Dollars

There are few companies where management actually knows what's going on. This person had a nearly unusable computer that doubled as a server, and since no one wanted to actually do anything about it, the company felt the pain for the next long while. Weird how some stuff just slips through the cracks. In an opposite but similar vein, here's a guy who improved company efficiency but had that disbanded by management. For an IT triumph, here's a time when management illegally banned overtime pay but IT got it all back.

company refuses to replace a computer and wastes money story | Posted by u/themcp 15 hours ago 2 45 34 8 4 won't pay $100 new hard drive? Okay, enjoy paying $22k my time deal with problem. oc L had job where had computer which incidentally, also web server very important internal web application thought this really stupid wasn't server room being managed by but some weird reason they wouldn't do didn't use this application or have anything do with but took up large chunk hard drive and made slow
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Crazy Boss Tries To Overwork Employee, Doesn't Pay Accordingly, Regrets It

Man, this boss was clearly blind to their own ignorant toxicity. If you're going to hire someone and pay them double the person that is training the new person, there is clearly a monstrous hole in your logic. And then for the employee to take that well warranted concern to their boss, and have it thrown right back in their face? Get out of there with that. Fortunately, it sounds like inconsiderate boss learned their lesson. 

A crazy boss tries to overwork an employee, doesn't compensate them, and ends up regretting it | r/MaliciousCompliance u/WatanabeSama 1d Join Crazy boss tries make work more than anyone, but doesn't want pay accordingly L First, some info and backstory: Minimum wage Brazil R$954,00/month 180,00/month nowadays Back May 2017 started working companny as 2D designer Intern. 2 months later started working hourly, but with some benefits started making R$ 1500,00/month 280,00/month).
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