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Engineer Is Fuming After The Hiring Team Changes His Promised Salary Of $40,000 To An $8/Hour Contract On The Interview Day

Engineer Is Fuming After The Hiring Team Changes His Promised Salary Of $40,000 To An $8/Hour Contract On The Interview Day

Being an adult is challenging. At first, you spend years and an unspeakable amount of money on studying, then you somehow end up at an interview where a company cuts down your promised $40,000 a year to $8 an hour.

Being an adult is challenging. At first, you spend years and an unspeakable amount of money on studying, then you somehow end up at an interview where a company cuts down...

IT Employee Accidentally Caused Mass Quitting After Overhearing A Heated Conversation Between His Boss And An Intern

IT Employee Accidentally Caused Mass Quitting After Overhearing A Heated Conversation Between His Boss And An Intern

A Redditor shared a story about how they overheard a very disappointing conversation between their management and an intern, where the boss didn't handle a very delicate situation correctly. As a result, staff began quitting and the OP wondered if they...

A Redditor shared a story about how they overheard a very disappointing conversation between their management and an intern, where the boss didn't handle a very delicate situation correctly. As a...

Upper Management Purposely Pauses The Hiring Process To Dump Workload Of 12 On 7, Manager Maliciously Complies And Gets His Staff A Bonus Without Exploiting Them

Upper Management Purposely Pauses The Hiring Process To Dump Workload Of 12 On 7, Manager Maliciously Complies And Gets His Staff A Bonus Without Exploiting Them

Reddit user shares a story about how the upper management at his company tried to overwork an intentionally understaffed team, but he refused to burn them out and left the bosses without the extra cash in their pockets.

Reddit user shares a story about how the upper management at his company tried to overwork an intentionally understaffed team, but he refused to burn them out and left the bosses...

Kellogg’s Decides To Replace 1,400 Employees, People Online Clap Back With Fake Job Applications, Crashing Their Website

Kellogg’s Decides To Replace 1,400 Employees, People Online Clap Back With Fake Job Applications, Crashing Their Website

The internet is a powerful tool that, used right, can help people to achieve important goals. This was once again proven by people who actively express their thoughts and opinions in a subreddit called r/antiwork.

The internet is a powerful tool that, used right, can help people to achieve important goals. This was once again proven by people who actively express their thoughts and opinions in...