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Tweet Encouraging People to Discuss Salaries in the Workplace Inspires Debate

Should we discuss our salaries with our coworkers or not? What was once a workplace faux pas is becoming a common topic among colleagues, and a lot of workers have benefited from more transparency. But when @ramblings_and encouraged the workers of Twitter to discuss pay in the workplace, not everyone was on board. Most people shared stories about how they'd gotten raises after bringing up pay discrepancies to HR, but a number of people argued that it's no one's business how much money they make…
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Satisfying Times Workers Stood Up to Their Horrible Bosses

When fed-up employees stick it to the man
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Employee Promoted Without a Raise, Exploits Loophole To Get Pay Bump Anyway

If you get promoted without a wage increase, is it really a promotion? Or is it just extra work ? Sure, the promotion might come with a better title, but a cool job title doesn't exactly pay tomorrow's bills. When redditor u/InterestedObserver20 was told by their employer that their new promotion didn't come with a pay raise due to budget issues, OP figured out how to use the company's own rules to get a 50% pay bump anyway.
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Jealous Manager's Public Shaming of Employee's 'Revealing Outfit' Totally Backfires

There's nothing worse than a boss who has it out for you for weird personal reasons. In a satisfying tale of malicious compliance, redditor u/Vanna-Black explains how she became the object of her manager's jealousy, and how she was able to escape.
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Blaring and Subtle Red Flags People Noticed During Job Interviews

These people really dodged a bullet
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Worker Teaches New Manager a Lesson by Doing Things His Way, Boss Miraculously Admits He Was Wrong

He was a good guy and you’re right, he became someone that I knew had my back.
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Frustrated Retail-Related Rants & Relatable Memes

Remember to be nice to workers this Black Friday
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Employee Maliciously Complies with Boss' Insane Productivity Expectations

Many working from home have clever methods to keep them from appearing 'idle'
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People Share Ways to Turn the Tables on a Potential Employer in a Job Interview

Job interviews don't have to be one-sided
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When Company's New Owners Cut Benefits, Employee Exploits Loophole to Screw Over Bosses

Moral of the story: don't mess with PTO
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Pushy Manager Flame Broiled For Begging Former Employee To Return

Absolutely tragic
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A list of posts to a Reddit thread divulging the worst things their bosses have ever said to them.

Workers Share The Worst Things Their Bosses Have Ever Said To Them

Employment can be a real piece of work. Being the underling of your boss can go sour quickly. As anyone in the workforce knows, employers are often more than willing to take advantage of their employees because they think they can get away with it. Horrible bosses believe they can squeeze the life out of their workers and continue doing so because they don't think they will ever quit. Who among us hasn't had a boss who watches our every move, making you terrified of making one error to risk bei…
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Relatable Posts That Explain the Collective Rage of the Underpaid & Overworked

Boomers of the mainstream media love to accuse millennials of being lazy, spoiled brats who love quitting jobs and spending all their money on Netflix and avocado toast. Boomers always told us that if we worked hard enough, a prosperous and comfortable life was more than possible—it was a promise. Well, turns out that was total bullshit. It's plain to see why, all you have to do is compare inflation and the growth in median rents to the growth in median income over time. In today's economy, "wo…
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Company's Cruel Late & Sick Policies Backfire, Bosses Cry About It

"We're going to make the infraction worth the punishment"
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CEO Revokes Company's Work-From-Home Option, Everyone Starts Quitting

Many people turned to work-from-home jobs at the height of the pandemic when lockdowns made it impossible for business-as-usual to continue. Telecommuting became the new normal, and suddenly working for a company in another state was an option. Sounds like a win-win for everyone, right? Companies didn't have to pay for office space and remote workers had more free time and newfound flexibility in their schedules. It was all going great until employers started making their remote workers come in…
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Employee Says 'No' and Hangs Up on Boss After Being Called Into Work on Day Off

'Normalize saying "no" and hanging up'
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