Guy Shares How His Coworkers Quit After Boss Didn’t Want Them To Work From Home, Starts A Debate

It seems that coronavirus is here to stay. Scientists expect it to be settling into society as an endemic infection like the flu. However, people are not ready to head back to the office just yet. One company’s survey found that almost 6 out of 10 workers in the US who can work remotely work from home all or most of the time. Yet, some employers think that remote working poses a threat to ‘company culture.’ But does it actually?

Recently, a Twitter user shared a tweet saying that the new manager at his work wants all workers back in the office because he “doesn’t believe in working from home.” The user then explained that his request was followed by multiple employees leaving the job. “I never seen so many resignation letters in my life,” the user wrote in the post.

The user’s tweet has gathered 369K likes and sparked a debate in the Twitter community. Scroll below to read the original post and what Twitter users had to say about it. What’s your opinion? Do you believe in working from home? Or should things go back to what they were?

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Recently, a man sparked a discussion on Twitter by sharing that many of his coworkers quit after their new manager said that working from home is no longer the choice

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Many Twitter users strongly disagreed with the manager and listed the many advantages of working from home

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Nonetheless, some users seemed to agree with the manager and tried defending their decision

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“I Was Baffled”: Argument Arises When Friends Said This Man Can’t Take His 5 Y.O. Daughter Fishing With Them

What were the rules you had with your friends when you were growing up? Maybe the first one to get married would treat the rest? Maybe the rule was everyone should attend each other’s grand celebrations like graduation ceremonies, marriages, or birthdays!

It wasn’t much different than when Reddit user DaddynDaughterfish and his friends were young. Their rule was simple: every year, they would hold a fishing trip only for themselves. No wives, no girlfriends. The day would only be for them.

Though, sometimes, loopholes can be made in the rules. And it was shown when one of his friends, “Tim”, brought his son to the fishing day. This brought confusion to the friends, but they let it slide because after all, Tim did not bring a wife or a girlfriend. Also, Tim stated that he wanted to pass down their tradition to the next generation.

After some years, OP decided to bring his daughter who was around the same age as Tim’s son. A heated discussion ensued when his friends didn’t allow him to because it was “against the rule.” The confused OP brought this story to the Am I The A-Hole subreddit.

And if you are interested in reading more AITA stories, check out the recent ones we’ve covered by clicking herehere, and here!

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OP and his friends would hold an annual fishing trip with the rule “No wives, no girlfriends”


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One of the friends took his son with him and they had fun


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However, when it was OP’s turn to bring his child, he wasn’t allowed to because it “breaks the rule”





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The story received some confused reactions from the online community. But it appears that the final verdict is that the OP did not break their rule






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