It be like that
Employers: Caaaaaan do!!!
@Agent New Mexico, im mr meeseeks
@Agent New Mexico, not always. I’m in a middle management position and I know at least 10 things my direct supervisor did that would get him fired (with timestamped images and video) so I’m totally immune and he has incentive to protect me from corporate when they do lay offs.
@Kalam1ty, drugs, hookers, and more drugs?
@Mortimer Smith Sr, skimming off the top, drugs, misuse of co. property, hazing new employees (recent corporate crackdown on that), calling people in our office racial slurs, etc. basically, whenever he fvcks up I make sure he sees that I’m recording it.
@Kalam1ty, blackmail fun for the whole family
@eleven, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ if he were a better boss I wouldn’t do it.
@Kalam1ty, just be careful
@Kalam1ty, ok I know that you're getting something out of it but if he's an abusive person why do you even wanna work under him??? Or have that for all your coworkers?????
@KeKesUHaulRental, a few reasons, since he isn’t in my position he can’t fire the people I supervise. One of those kids I hired is supporting his parents and 3 siblings on one income because of disabilities. I’m protecting them by protecting myself. Also, money is a big issue.
It’s usually the worst employees that pop off like that
I used to work at a pizza place and this became my attitude once I realized I was the only one there that could do any of it (I worked with functional idiots and one dude on shrooms all the time) and from that point on I realized I could do anything I wanted and my manager couldn’t get rid of me.
Considering that after I quit that store almost went under and is still struggling a year later...
My boss is pretty cool but made the mistake of actually letting me know how important i was to the store since I've done almost every kind of task there pretty damn well. So this is basically my attitude on some days. Doesn't really help that they're also hiring frequently.
Day 1 vs day 2
Looks like marriage