I keep accepting jobs (most recent was KFC in Philly) and then calling on my first day and saying the wages suck I’m not coming.
I know it’s not the most impactful thing, but I have spare time during my work day so I use it to make life fucking difficult for companies. It’s not much but it’s honest work.
PS: it’s free to join my gang and the more people that do it the more we can cripple exploitative practices, they’ll change their view when it stings the corporate higher ups, that’s all.
this message was sent to every single employee 5 minutes after i called out because i’m too sick to even stand up today. now i am being forced to pay up to $100 to another employee get my shift off.
Software company I work for announced an in-office mandate effective immediately without asking workers their opinions. I replied to a pro-remote work article someone posted and now have to talk to HR, the COO, and my boss on Monday
This kid is the bosses son. He's convinced that fact didn't contribute to his grossly inflated position and wage.
My boss is trying to get me to quit. Am I obligated to ask if he has work? I don’t want to ruin my unemployment benefits
Would you like to leave a 25% tip? Would you like to donate to asdfgh? Oh and what’s your phone number ?
Prob goes to their tax write off, or so they can brag in a commercial of how much they donated. So generous
Karen on nextdoor needs to hire a house cleaner but she can’t pay you in money, she can only pay you in ✨life coaching✨….
Why should an employee get coverage foe their own shift? They are not "managing" the day today operations of the store?
I'm a teacher so I'm just lost on this one.
A manager manages (ideally). How the fuck is making sure shifts are properly filled NOT his/her job description?
I keep reading these stories and it just seems unreal they wouldn't be doing that.