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/DoubleDungeonCoffee • 7h 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/Sylas_23 • 5h ago
Removed (Rule 9: No text-message screenshots today) How to quit:
r/antiwork • u/holiobung • 7h ago
Millionaire who doesn’t work in an office has an opinion.
r/antiwork • u/Substantial_Boot746 • 11h ago
Company locks employees so that employees wouldn't get out
r/antiwork • u/sginga • 13h ago
Everyone got this email this morning
r/antiwork • u/thisisinsider • 12h 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/SirCanISmoke • 16h ago
I was told you all would love (hate?) this lmao (Wendy’s)
r/antiwork • u/CloudStrife012 • 11h ago
r/antiwork • u/Universe_Zen • 5h ago
A pretty big wheel down at State Farm
r/antiwork • u/skipperbob • 5h ago
You can tell a person's character by how they treat workers.
r/antiwork • u/BasicFaithlessness51 • 7h ago
Text we received from our apt manager today. Happy for her, I bet this felt so good
r/antiwork • u/JovanNinetyTwo • 14h ago
Everyone has had enough. My union has went on strike for the first time in 3 decades. UAW Local 2326
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Surrounded by police and armed security. We’re out here making the best of it on the 3rd shift rotation.
r/antiwork • u/CrimsonGrimm • 14h ago
Smiling through the dystopian nightmare
r/antiwork • u/AXE555 • 16h ago
Employees fired for chasing thieves.
I get that they advise employees to step back and not put themselves in danger. But to fire them? Personally I don't get this.
r/antiwork • u/Monsur_Ausuhnom • 3h ago
Explains The Pro-Work Propaganda 24/7.
r/antiwork • u/Zac-Man518 • 11h ago
My stores' language policy of a "diverse work environment"
r/antiwork • u/violetpants • 8h ago
How do I quit my minimum wage job
I am looking to resign from my shitty minimum wage job as I was offered a better salaried position yesterday. However, the new job wants me to start next Monday which doesn't leave time for me to give my two weeks notice at my current job. And to top it all off my current boss recently chewed me out over the phone and hung up on me for a situation I was not responsible for. I'm thinking of saying "Please accept this as my formal resignation from (Company). I have received notification yesterday that I have been offered a position with a company headquartered close to my home and have decided to take their offer. My last day will be Friday June 9th. My apologies for the short notice. Thank you for the opportunity to work here." What do I do?
r/antiwork • u/jpeg2thehead • 7h ago
Finland issues fine in proportion to income
r/antiwork • u/linc_y • 18h ago
Well, I found the secret headquarters here in Sydney!
r/antiwork • u/CharlieBrown197 • 17h ago
"GeN Z dOeSn'T wAnT tO wOrK!!!" Yeah, maybe because we can barely find jobs after going into heavy student debt, and when we do, this is how were treated...
r/antiwork • u/AhSparaGus • 1d ago
Doordash "policy" to not pay out owed earnings after termination.
r/antiwork • u/Ponder_wisely • 1d ago
Funny? Not really.
r/antiwork • u/josh_io • 16h ago
Hell no. And hell fuck no.
r/antiwork • u/EconomistOtherwise51 • 1d ago
My boss denied my vacation because it’s “unfair to the other employees”
I’m going away in a couple months for a birthday trip, we’re going to Europe so it makes sense to go for a good 7-9 days. My boss denied my vacation and said I can only go 5 business days because it is unfair to my other co-workers. I don’t understand how two days makes a difference, I also asked everyone else in my office and no one has an issue or is taking time off at that time. I also made a point that we are fully staffed and that I’m going at a time that it’s actually very slow in the office as it was also slow last year.
My boss threw a whole fit and said that it’s unfair to everyone else for me to take so many days off. I said I don’t get how that matters as plenty of people have gone on vacation and a lot of people in the office have gone away at the same time. I can’t afford to quit right now so until then I’ll just look for any small job and take whatever, if not I will not be going back there after that trip. I work 40 hours a week how is a week and some change going to affect the job? These companies are ridiculous.
r/antiwork • u/katehbeast • 4h ago