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Company Won't Hire Employee Directly, They Live To Regret It

The most mind boggling part about this scenario might be the fact that the boss had the audacity to call and ask questions about something their ex employee used to do for the company before they were asked to leave the company. Like, you burn a bridge, you can't proceed to walk over it. Check out another professional revenge with this customer who flooded an unresponsive ISP company with tickets

Company won't hire an employee directly and they end up living to regret it.
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Coworker Steals Waiter's Tip, Waiter Takes Calculated Revenge

Anyone who has ever worked in the industry (or even not) understands the grueling nature of just getting through shifts with as little drama as possible. Whether it's fielding a toxic wave of Karens that have a bone to pick with anyone in their near vicinity, or just trying to collect enough tips from customers to make ends meet; the job is not easy. Well, the job is made a whole lot worse by nasty coworkers like this one who have a knack for staging dramatic breakdowns over the most trivial of things. This waiter handled their coworker though. 

A nasty coworker steals a waiter's tip, so the waiter takes a calculated revenge | r/ProRevenge Join u/Restaurantthrowaway9 3y time coworker stole my tip Xpost r/Talesfromyourserver coworker question pain ass, but she decent server and she did her sidework, so evs. So this girl wanted leave early one night. She had one table left and asked take them because they would be camping out while too had one table left just finishing up. So said l'd take them if she didn't cash them out first wasn't
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Knowledgable Boss Is Underestimated, Proceeds To Win Tech Support

We've seen our fair share of bosses that never should've been put in their places of power in the first place. With that being said, it's nothing short of deeply satisfying to see a boss show the rest of the world why they were given the reins like they were. This boss pulled off some straight up tech support magic, and left everyone else in speechless awe. Pretty awesome that she was able to extract that number in under 8 minutes. You don't even need to know what that means to appreciate the timely manner with which she pulled it off. 

A knowledgable boss is underestimated and proceeds to win tech support. | r/talesfromtechsupport u/syninthecity 17h sometimes need stroke 1 2 4 1 3 1 1 day my boss won Tech Support. Medium mostly lurk, but this..this boys, girls and enbie friends this story had be told. Some minor context do software support thing 's used by essentially everyone may go call with mom and pop running everything on an underpowered ancient SBS 11 multinational running ten thousand server instances their own cloud
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Unfair Manager Threatens Staff, They All Walk Out

It's everyone's fantasy at some point in time to be able to just say enough is enough and walk out the door of their job. These employees were put through enough that they felt it was a reasonable option. And not only that, they came back for burgers. For another satisfying walkout story, here's an employee who walked out but ended up getting promoted. And here are some "screw this, I'm out" moments.

unfair manager threatens staff with write up and they all walk out | O r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/Blewyouremyboy 10 hours ago O 9 10 3 10 9. Work double and get written up or oc M high school few friends and myself worked at local chain restaurant were fully able run day shift but had never really broken down equipment and closed up evening. One particular night few night shift had called sick were asked pull double and close restaurant, which did. Essentially worked 10a.m. until after mi
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22 Loving People Who Restored Our Faith In Humanity

When the world's countless problems wear us down and our faith in humanity starts to erode, it's good to acknowledge and remember the random acts of kindness carried out by our fellow humans throughout the years. Even the tiniest little shows of compassion can affect someone's life in a huge way. These examples of humans being good inspired us to get our heads out of our own asses once and a while and exercise empathy towards others as much as possible. Try not to get a little choked up (we swear we didn't). 

Wholesome, Twitter, Reddit, Facebook, Faith In Humanity, Random Acts of Kindness | Gus Constantellis @ConstantlyGus exercising on my balcony and someone stopped at red light got out their car and started working out with did jumping jacks, pointed at each other, and laughed. He got back his car and drove off most human connection l've had 17 days | Panda caretakers disguise teach baby panda live wild.
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Judge Orders Slimy Landlord to Re-Sod Their Own Lawn

When this Landlord went back on their word and tried to con their old tenants out of their security deposit, they took the matter to court. You don't expect a judge to be so sensible. For another landlord-based revenge story, here's a landlord who tried to rip off their tenant, but ended up paying over $6.5 K.

Landlord tries keeping security deposit, loses in court and is told to re-sod their own lawn | Posted by u/Clintosaurus_Rex 11 hours ago Landlord Tries Keep Security Deposit Ummm, No oc M About 10 years ago, my at--time girlfriend (now wife) and moved area went college an apartment near where planned start our careers say an apartment, but really basement house landlord had walled off create 2 "apartments rent place kinda crappy, but rent cheap area, and were close work.
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