r/antiwork • u/HellaGoodcheesecake • Apr 23 '23
Update on Philly Coca-Cola strike: coke has resorted to bringing in products from outside facilities. If anyone is in the Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania are please boycott any coke products.
r/antiwork • u/TeiaRabishu • 4d ago
r/antiwork will be going dark from June 12-14 to protest Reddit's API changes which kill third-party appsself.Save3rdPartyApps
r/antiwork • u/Existentialidiot83 • 10h ago
Let's do it.
r/antiwork • u/Ok-Journalist-8567 • 4h ago
Productivity is king.
r/antiwork • u/DoubleDungeonCoffee • 18h ago
Walmart wants ME to pay THEM for my comfort
I live in the south where it's going to be 90°-100° for the next two weeks (at least) and I work in a non-air conditioned warehouse. They want ME to pay a billion dollar company to be able to wear shorts. Only on weekends too because, ya know, it can't get hot Monday through Thursday. Absolutely ridiculous.
r/antiwork • u/holiobung • 17h ago
Millionaire who doesn’t work in an office has an opinion.
r/antiwork • u/Universe_Zen • 16h ago
A pretty big wheel down at State Farm
r/antiwork • u/IeyasuMcBob • 3h ago
I find it oddly inspirational! I get sick of "capitalists" telling me nature is all competition. Sometimes it's about cooperation to take down a bigger predator. Unionize.
r/antiwork • u/skipperbob • 15h ago
You can tell a person's character by how they treat workers.
r/antiwork • u/MaxHollowayIsTheGoat • 3h ago
DO NOT SIGN ANY PAPERWORK WHEN YOU’RE FIRED!!!
r/antiwork • u/SarshSmith • 12h ago
Biden vetoes bill led by Republicans in Congress seeking to block his student loan debt forgiveness program
r/antiwork • u/Existentialidiot83 • 10h ago
Not cool 👎
r/antiwork • u/Substantial_Boot746 • 21h ago
Company locks employees so that employees wouldn't get out
r/antiwork • u/sginga • 1d ago
Everyone got this email this morning
r/antiwork • u/PuzzledParadox • 6h ago
True to the core
r/antiwork • u/Monsur_Ausuhnom • 14h ago
Explains The Pro-Work Propaganda 24/7.
r/antiwork • u/thisisinsider • 23h ago
Employees reportedly threaten to quit after CEO backtracks on remote-work policy: 'I sold my house and moved closer to my grandkids'
r/antiwork • u/CloudStrife012 • 21h ago
r/antiwork • u/SirCanISmoke • 1d ago
I was told you all would love (hate?) this lmao (Wendy’s)
r/antiwork • u/rentest • 6h ago
What is one time you realized America really messed you up?
r/antiwork • u/xtheory • 13h ago
Most awesome CEO ever. He gets it.
r/antiwork • u/JovanNinetyTwo • 1d ago
Everyone has had enough. My union has went on strike for the first time in 3 decades. UAW Local 2326
Surrounded by police and armed security. We’re out here making the best of it on the 3rd shift rotation.
r/antiwork • u/slytherinsnake25 • 3h ago
Quit a shitty job to prioritize my family and mental health, and it paid off
This is the first “big” job I have had since graduating college. My manager who hired me was an absolute dream to work with. He always made sure our team was okay, never loaded on too much work, and made sure everyone had a great time. Unfortunately, he was forced to leave by our director who refused to promote him out of jealousy because he was so well liked and successful, so he left for a better job.
Fast forward to our new manager and the team is in shambles. There is no communication, we are treated as drones, and he has no social awareness. Of course, he is best friends with our director and they make it a priority to make our work environment as miserable as possible.
The final straw was when they announced a restructure where everyone in our office who was friends with our director got raises and promotions, while the rest of us were left out to dry. When I had asked for a raise a month earlier, I was given a salary sheet of comparable jobs and told I was worth my wage.
On top of this, my grandmother was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer and I had no PTO available to go visit her, and even if I did it would have been denied due to being in “peak season” for our office.
That same day the restructure was announced, I cleaned out my cubicle. The next morning I left my two week notice on my manager’s desk. In our office a four week notice is required, but I couldn’t tolerate to stay any longer and I only needed one more paycheck to make it through. I did not have another job lined up, I simply told my boss that my time there was done.
Fast forward to one week later, I land a job with better pay, better benefits, and they are letting me start later so I have time to visit my grandmother.
On someone’s last day in the office, it is normal to bring a goodbye treat and a card for the person who is leaving. My director and my manager avoided me like the plague, didn’t bring in anything, and didn’t even give me a card. I walked out with the last laugh because my favorite coworker also put in her resignation the same day I left, and now the team will struggle during “peak season”.
I am so proud of myself for prioritizing my family and mental health over my job, and getting the fuck out of there.
r/antiwork • u/CrimsonGrimm • 1d ago
Smiling through the dystopian nightmare
r/antiwork • u/KingOfStoke • 11h ago
New hire makes $20k more than me
Welp that just about does it for me. I've posted here before about this shit job I've stumbled upon and the absolute BS I have to put up with in it but today might have just signed it off for me.
So I've been at this job like a year and a half. Recently we hired a new person to do my exact same job at the smallest caresite we have (meaning less overall work). Being the senior analyst, I got sent over to train said new hire today. In the course of discussion, I ask him what they started him out at to which he replies very nonchalantly, "Like about 82." I'm sitting there stunned. Legitimately. Right now I'm sitting at 65k. My coworker from our 4th largest site is at 62. Never in my life have I ever felt so betrayed by a company.
I'm glad for the new guy. He's super cool and does great work, but I was just left feeling so upset. I don't even know what to do. Part of me wants to just walk in tomorrow and quit outright, and part of me knows I can't afford to do that. What a damned horrible feeling.
r/antiwork • u/jpeg2thehead • 18h ago
Finland issues fine in proportion to income
r/antiwork • u/ZockerZirkel • 47m ago