The difference between a wholesomely supportive and genuinely toxic job environment is the people you work with. Your coworkers, managers, and bosses from all the way up the corporate ladder have the power to either inspire you to aim for new heights or to regret every moment you spend with them.

A major thing that gets employees’ blood boiling is seeing passive-aggressive signs put up all over the office, full of worker-unfriendly regulations, practically dripping with managerial arrogance and disdain for ‘regular’ workers. (A close second, if you’re curious, is people who microwave fish at work. Don’t do that.)

Our team here at Bored Panda dove deep into the r/antiwork archives to collect the very worst office and work signs that people have ever spotted. Including some really weird looking-for-work ads. Seriously, these are all an affront to dignity and perfectly illustrate what some higher-ups think of the people they pay.

Like, who reminds you that your dog is missing you because you can't work remotely and have to go into the office?! That's just inhumane (incanine?).

Scroll down for some horrendous pics that you’ll probably want to share with your coworkers at the water cooler. Have you seen any similar signs at work? Have you personally read anything worse? Do you want to vent about your manager for no reason? Drop by the comment section and share your thoughts with us and all the other Pandas.

#1

The Trashy Manager

The Trashy Manager

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Amy Lee
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3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Good for you. I hope the police got involved!

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Bored Panda had a chat about managerial 'tyrants,' nonsensical rules, and passive-aggressive communication with employees with workplace expert Lynn Taylor, who was kind enough to share her perspective and answer our questions. Lynn is the author of the bestseller 'Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job,' the head of the fashion brand 'Behind the Buckle,' and also runs a popular blog on Psychology Today.

"The proverbial power play at work can be maddening, especially when Draconian managers are in their element. These tyrant bosses can be downright insulting in their regular communications. And expert bullies can create rules and regulations that make you feel like you’re in 3rd grade; the recipient of a final parental warning; or reside in a bizarre prison. Heavy-handed signage, notes, and email reminders can run amok, making an otherwise decent job quite demoralizing," she told Bored Panda.

#2

My Job Threatened To Withhold My Paycheck To Ensure No One Left Early; I Responded Accordingly

My Job Threatened To Withhold My Paycheck To Ensure No One Left Early; I Responded Accordingly

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#3

Pay Our Teachers More!

Pay Our Teachers More!

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Buren
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Yes, they really are deserved to be paid more

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#4

Bright And Bold In Midtown Manhattan

Bright And Bold In Midtown Manhattan

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Nunya Business
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

There should be a law stating you must clearly reveal rate of pay from the very beginning.

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#5

Remember We Are In It Together

Remember We Are In It Together

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Den Ver
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3 months ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The solution! ... ( an organized response also includes Voting ).

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#6

Why Do Not We Have Freedom?

Why Do Not We Have Freedom?

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🌵 Drazil
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This sounds illegal. Contact your union, a lawyer, legal aid, coworkers, BBB, and/or local news including the newspaper covering your area.

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Workplace expert Lynn shared the steps that you can take as an employee in these situations with Bored Panda:

  • "First, make sure you’re seeing a pattern before taking action. Typically, the real offenders have bad office habits that are hard to break. The techniques worked in the past, so they continue, and you’ll see more than one instance. If the signage becomes repeated and overbearing, it’s not your imagination.
  • Depending on the relationship you have with your boss, and if the behavior is more episodic, you may be able to approach them, using reason. For example, you might suggest an internal memo that addresses the issue and explains the importance of doing X, with a team-oriented approach. It might read something like, 'I know we’re all working hard to meet our 4th Quarter project deadlines; thank you for the extra effort,' versus signage that, in effect, says, 'Get here on time, or else!'
  • If the one-on-one approach won’t work or fails, there’s always power in numbers. Discreetly speak to your fellow beleaguered office mates, and see if the demoralizing signage is making everyone want to crawl under their desks in exasperation. If so, your group can propose a civil productive discussion, starting with the manager. If that doesn’t work, there’s the boss’s boss, and after that, Human Resources.
  • Remember the end goal; to change the dialogue and make it more positive. Remind your boss of the end goal, too. Subtly let it be known that the oppressive approach may backfire, the stakes, and what will have the best outcome. If the notes are redundant, petty, or nonsensical, use your best emotional intelligence and be the voice of reason.
  • Don’t fight fire with fire. If you’re the lucky recipient of an insulting email or note, don’t play the game. If you witness a passive-aggressive piece of communication, don’t try and think of a super clever retort. Just ask for clarification, e.g., 'Just so I understand, are you saying you want a more detailed report?' You want this to be a win-win (and keep your job, if it’s worth keeping!).
  • If the language in company signs and communications is intimidating as opposed to merely disheartening, and the situation is untenable, it is likely time to visit your favorite job board."
#7

I’m Probably Going To Be Fired For This… But I Don’t Care

I’m Probably Going To Be Fired For This… But I Don’t Care

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SarahBee
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

That's called "wage theft." Can you say class action law suit? Many lawyers won't charge you upfront, instead taking a percentage of the settlement.

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#8

This Is Up Front And Center And My Local Ice Cream Place. Thoughts?

This Is Up Front And Center And My Local Ice Cream Place. Thoughts?

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James016
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

How is this a delusional note? This is a good employer

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#9

Subway Near Me

Subway Near Me

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According to workplace expert Lynn, rather than always relying on signage or written communications to deal with sensitive topics, managers ought to have a regular forum where they can raise important issues.

"The item can be on the agenda, whether it pertains to new employee manual practices, office rules, personal time, etc. It might be a monthly staff meeting in person or Zoom call. The topics can be discussed at a regular meeting, but there’s nothing wrong with having a meeting to discuss administrative issues; get employee feedback; answer questions; and provide leave-behind materials," she told Bored Panda.

"One of the best things you can do is take excerpts from the company manual and ask the team to comply. That way, no one feels personally attacked. Consider the operative word, 'ask' for compliance; never threaten," the author of 'Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant' explained how managers might want to maintain discipline among their staff.

#10

Rude Office Signs

Rude Office Signs

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Vorknkx
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

And we missed those free bananas you gave us as "reward" for being good workers. /s

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#11

Found In A Mall In My City This Weekend. Guess The Staff Finally Had Enough

Found In A Mall In My City This Weekend. Guess The Staff Finally Had Enough

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Vorknkx
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The Edit Ninja made a very nice correction ;)

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#12

Starting To See The Signs Of People Being Fed Up

Starting To See The Signs Of People Being Fed Up

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James016
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

When I visited the Lake District a few years ago, a lot of the houses on sale were only available to people who could prove that had been living in the area for at least 4 years.

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"The emphasis is on 'team' because you’re only as good as your staff. Condescending notifications often backfire, but finding the positive angle that will appeal to the team is far more productive. Give your staff the benefit of the doubt; be encouraging; use emotional intelligence; and treat your staff like the adults they are. Remember the value of positive reinforcement; when employees get what you’re asking for and deliver, let them know you’re appreciative. Just be careful you don’t patronize when employees perform the task at hand privately or publicly," she said.

Meanwhile, if there are only a few employees who are consistently breaking the rules or not complying with business practices, it's best for managers not to make the entire team feel responsible. "It’s better to have private conversations with the individual employee(s) than to bring the whole team down," Lynn said.

"Finally, your employees are the best source of information that will support productivity. Consider soliciting ideas from your team on how to boost morale. If you must post signage, consider a contest on the most creative way to communicate the request. When your team is invested in an outcome, the results are almost always more favorable. The labor market is still strong, so it behooves managers to humanize their work environment, committing to motivational and retention practices."

#13

Shout Out The Worst Place I Ever Worked (Minimum Wage, Of Course)

Shout Out The Worst Place I Ever Worked (Minimum Wage, Of Course)

MinionsAndWineMum Report

InvincibleRodent
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Show up at 9:54, leave an hour early. Because this is how it works, right?

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#14

Hot Topic Appears To Be In Hot Water

Hot Topic Appears To Be In Hot Water

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Jon Steensen
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I don't think that that sign was written by a rude boss. I think it was a note that his employees left to the customers to help them understand why the shop was closed, and that it also served as a passive agressive message to a delutional manager, who had little clue on how vulnarable his business was and therefore how much he should do to satisfy his employees basic needs.

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#15

They Are Literally Admitting Jobs Don't Allow Us To Take Care Of Ourselves

They Are Literally Admitting Jobs Don't Allow Us To Take Care Of Ourselves

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Jan Doggen
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I wonder about the working hours at Freshdirect...

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There’s a delicate balance that needs to be maintained at work. On one side of the scale, you’ve got things like company morale, how inspired, creative, and motivated your employees feel, how much they trust their bosses, and how satisfied they are with their jobs and the opportunities that they’re offered. You want to know that your hard work pays off... though sometimes it totally doesn't.

On the other side of the scale are things like company profits, maintaining protocols and regulations, having a general sense of order and discipline, and keeping potentially reckless or unmotivated workers’ actions in line with the overall interests of each department.

In short, there’s no excuse for being toxic or rude as a boss; however, it doesn’t mean that every single employee is somehow above criticism. It’s human to err. And last we checked, our AI Overlords haven’t replaced any of the staff with androids (...yet).

#16

There's This Local Café And The Last Few Times I've Walked Past I've Noticed It Has A Chalkboard Outside With Different Messages Mocking S**tty Employers On It - This Was Today's

There's This Local Café And The Last Few Times I've Walked Past I've Noticed It Has A Chalkboard Outside With Different Messages Mocking S**tty Employers On It - This Was Today's

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#17

85 Degree Bakery Enabled Tips On Their Point Of Sale Devices. Tips Don’t Go To Workers; You’re Just Giving The Company More Money

85 Degree Bakery Enabled Tips On Their Point Of Sale Devices. Tips Don’t Go To Workers; You’re Just Giving The Company More Money

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#18

I Bet It’s Posted Right Next To A Sign Complaining That No One Wants To Work Anymore

I Bet It’s Posted Right Next To A Sign Complaining That No One Wants To Work Anymore

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Yea yea liberals cant care any less about your ahit either. Hope you found your bigot.

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There’s usually a deeper story behind each passive-aggressive office sign. Perhaps a manager feels underappreciated or believes that their workers are slacking off. Maybe they have a very different work ethic that’s completely at odds with the values held by younger generations. Or they had a really bad day and lashed out in an emotionally immature way.

Remember, just because someone has a fancy job title doesn't mean that they're actually a better person and more capable leader than you. You can be a leader no matter where in the corporate chain you fall.

That’s what happens when you have extremely poor communication within an organization. Managers and ‘regular’ employees need to know each others’ expectations and to enforce healthy boundaries. It all comes down to showing respect for everyone’s time, energy, and dignity, as well as looking for compromises. If either side is brow-beating the other, odds are that it’s a toxic place to work and not many people will stick around for long.

#19

Sign On The Way Into A Local Restaurant

Sign On The Way Into A Local Restaurant

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Ru Bee
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Looks like the word "don't" may have been erased. Otherwise the spacing is abnormal.... Think this one was a joke.

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#20

Came Into Work This Morning To Find This Taped To The Wall. Boss Went On Tirade Against Me And Co-Worker Yesterday For Taking To Each Other With No Customers In The Store

Came Into Work This Morning To Find This Taped To The Wall. Boss Went On Tirade Against Me And Co-Worker Yesterday For Taking To Each Other With No Customers In The Store

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#21

Just Saw This In A Mcdonald’s…

Just Saw This In A Mcdonald’s…

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Look, at the end of the day, we’re all responsible for our own happiness, work/life balance, priorities, and what kind of behavior we’re willing to tolerate. Now, that’s no excuse for others acting like jerks and bullying you day-in, day-out. However, it does mean that we have to be proactive in sorting out the problems that drag us down at work.

That might mean different things for different people. Does your coworker keep microwaving fish and stinking up your office 24/7? Sit them down for a quick friendly chat and ask them to stop instead of putting up passive-aggressive sticky notes all over the kitchen.

Does your boss give you more and more work because you finish your tasks quicker than others? Have a discussion about a possible promotion because of your excellent results. Explain to them that there should be incentives in place to work faster instead of hard work being punished. Remind them how much you bring to the company at least a couple of times a year.

Is your boss 'quiet firing' you by subtly letting you know that you have absolutely no future career path at the company? You need to diplomatically confront them about being sidelined, hopefully, with HR acting as a witness. Odds are that your boss is extremely frightened of any and all confrontation and is taking the easiest way out by forcing you to leave on your own.

#22

A Competing Company Is Offering Us 20 Percent More To Work For Them. Management's Response:

A Competing Company Is Offering Us 20 Percent More To Work For Them. Management's Response:

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#23

Recent “Sweat Pledge” My Wife Was Asked To Sign Before Employment

Recent “Sweat Pledge” My Wife Was Asked To Sign Before Employment

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General Anaesthesia
Community Member
3 months ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This can't be serious, can it? Only in America, Russia, China, North Korea et al. I'm betting the land of the free because rule #1 says so.

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#24

Update: They Changed The Sign, But It’s Not Any Better

Update: They Changed The Sign, But It’s Not Any Better

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T C
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Better in a dumpster than in hard working folks' bellies, huh?

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Is your manager all grumpy that you’re not a brainwashed cultist showing absolute loyalty to the company and living every day in anticipation of going to work? Are they making you sing and dance in mandatory corporate TikToks? You might want to get HR or some other more-or-less-neutral party involved and set clear boundaries. If they keep harassing you to work unpaid overtime or guilt-tripping you to work on your days off, it’s time to have a very diplomatic-yet-honest chat about what the company is willing to offer you moving forward.

#25

Found This Sign At A Local Dinner. Decided To Eat Somewhere Else. Sounds Like A Horrible Place To Work

Found This Sign At A Local Dinner. Decided To Eat Somewhere Else. Sounds Like A Horrible Place To Work

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Nea
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Pay increase upto $0.50 per year guaranteed. Wow. I’ll be in a queue to apply here.

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#26

My BF's Snapchat Memory From 2017 - Posted At His Old Job At A Grocery Store

My BF's Snapchat Memory From 2017 - Posted At His Old Job At A Grocery Store

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Jan Doggen
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

A million dollar company hiring employees that can't spell "Let's"?

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#27

Workers Are Important, Value Us

Workers Are Important, Value Us

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Follo00
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3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I don’t like the asterisk. There must be some kind of caveat, like “only applies to managers”.

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Obviously, if you’re harassed and feel unsafe at work, you need to get in touch with union representatives or seek legal help.

Meanwhile, if you feel burned out, chronically anxious, and depressed, it might do you well to speak about your issues openly with a close relative or a trusted friend. Seeking psychological help from a counselor can help solve some of these issues. Seeking help isn’t weakness. Taking active steps to solve deep-rooted issues, even if it’s going slowly, shows strength.

#28

I Mean… The Math Checks Out

I Mean… The Math Checks Out

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#29

This F**king Motivational Quote When I Walked In This Morning

This F**king Motivational Quote When I Walked In This Morning

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#30

At Work - Where Water Isn’t Free Yo

At Work - Where Water Isn’t Free Yo

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#31

I Just Can't With This One 🤦‍♀️

I Just Can't With This One 🤦‍♀️

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SheamusFanFrom1987
Community Member
3 months ago (edited) Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Mom and Dad also taught me not to get exploited by miserable employers, so yeah, not interested in your "job"!

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#32

Sign Posted At Walmart

Sign Posted At Walmart

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James016
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Is this really meant to be in a thread about crappy notes bosses write?

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#33

This Sign At My Work. They Will Charge Staff For Anything As Minimal As A Broken Ice Cream Cone

This Sign At My Work. They Will Charge Staff For Anything As Minimal As A Broken Ice Cream Cone

whatthef__ck Report

Ray Ceeya (RayCeeYa)
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Not how that works bro. If my work can charge me for broken/damaged product, then I should be able to charge them for broken damaged me. I have so many work related scars I could retire if I got paid for them. The number of times my job tried to kill me is unbelievable.

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#34

Sign At A Local BBQ Joint. (Chattanooga, Tn)

Sign At A Local BBQ Joint. (Chattanooga, Tn)

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Tiki Stanford
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

"This company will not be told by employees when we can and cannot open". ....isn't that exactly what you are doing when you blame them for your inability to open indoor dining???

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#35

This Sign Has Been Up For Months

This Sign Has Been Up For Months

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#36

A Department Manager Did This To My Bike When I Had It In The Back For A Single Day

A Department Manager Did This To My Bike When I Had It In The Back For A Single Day

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#37

The Most Toxic S**t I've Ever Seen Hanging On An Office Wall

The Most Toxic S**t I've Ever Seen Hanging On An Office Wall

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#38

Asked To Sign This As Part Of A Job Application. Immediate Termination!

Asked To Sign This As Part Of A Job Application. Immediate Termination!

CandysaurusRex Report

Jan Doggen
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Nice cyclical reference about retaliatory behavior...

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#39

Guarantee They Don’t Pay Enough. Pay More!

Guarantee They Don’t Pay Enough. Pay More!

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Greymom
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The unintended use of the word incontinence makes this even better 😂😂😂

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#40

In Case You Would Like To Know What It’s Like Working At Starbucks

In Case You Would Like To Know What It’s Like Working At Starbucks

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madamjoiedumort
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Who's going to Starbucks to shoot the s**t with the employees? Gimme my damn coffee and stay out of my business

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#41

Child Labour, Fantastic

Child Labour, Fantastic

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Brightly
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Good grief. I can only imagine who introduced this gem of a bill 🤦‍♀️ What year are they trying to go back to?

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#42

I Work In A Min Wage Grocery Store. The Fire Exit Has Been Blocked Like This For Months And My Boss Threatened To Fire Me After He Saw Me Taking This Photo. What Should I Do?

I Work In A Min Wage Grocery Store. The Fire Exit Has Been Blocked Like This For Months And My Boss Threatened To Fire Me After He Saw Me Taking This Photo. What Should I Do?

loltyIer1 Report

PattyK
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

If this is in the United States, report it to your local fire department. Blocking an exit is illegal.

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#43

Sign Posted Above The Thermostat At Work

Sign Posted Above The Thermostat At Work

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InvincibleRodent
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

For reference, you start to see your breath at about 13°C. About 20°C is what's generally deemed "room temperature", and 18°C is the lowest one can reasonably go inside a building where people are working/studying- even that's not comfortable for most people. Below that, you risk respiratory disease or even hypothermia if exposure is prolonged, and you aren't doing vigorous physical exercise.

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#44

Eat And Get Laid Off. Snitches Get $20

Eat And Get Laid Off. Snitches Get $20

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𝖊𝖆
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Good way to discriminate against people with medical conditions or low blood sugars. Also, i’m going to guess that the person who wrote this sign is exempt and can take as many unscheduled breaks to eat, drink, or doss, as they like

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#45

Desperate Sign At Papa John’s

Desperate Sign At Papa John’s

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Kathryn Baylis
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Papa John himself has proven to be a thoroughly despicable person. So go f**k yourself, Papa John.

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#46

My Availability Has Always Been Strictly Mon-Fri. I Spoke To A Manager When I Saw This Sign And Was Told I Will Be Working That Day, Regardless Of My Availability. The Schedule Is Now Up And I Have Been Assigned A Full Shift That Saturday

My Availability Has Always Been Strictly Mon-Fri. I Spoke To A Manager When I Saw This Sign And Was Told I Will Be Working That Day, Regardless Of My Availability. The Schedule Is Now Up And I Have Been Assigned A Full Shift That Saturday

Clumsy_Cheeseburger Report

XenoMurph
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Don't turn up. People train their employers to ask whatever they want, because they always say yes. Just have red lines, and say no without expanation.

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#47

Ask Every Customer To Sign Up For A Credit Card Or You Are Fired!

Ask Every Customer To Sign Up For A Credit Card Or You Are Fired!

WoodenNet0 Report

Kathryn Baylis
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Being forced to upsell c**p nobody wants or needs is cruel. Just advertise it. Have a sign at the counter for your f*****g ripoff credit card. Your employees shouldn’t be forced to be a party to your scams.

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#48

This Annoying Sign In Ireland

This Annoying Sign In Ireland

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#50

Found 2 Of These Signs In The Tim Hortons I Work At Today, Figure Even Though They Pay Me S**t Wages, I’ll At Least Offer My 2 Cents

Found 2 Of These Signs In The Tim Hortons I Work At Today, Figure Even Though They Pay Me S**t Wages, I’ll At Least Offer My 2 Cents

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Jan Doggen
Community Member
3 months ago Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I'm more disturbed by the fact that the author does not even know how to use a word processor...

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