Bosses Who Had The Nerve To Write These 20 Delusional Notes And Got Rightfully Shamed For It Online

For a business to last, the heads should maintain a healthy leader-employee relationship. They should consider the needs of their employees, respect their time, and compensate them fairly. Also, they shouldn’t trigger competition among their employees but stimulate cooperation and teamwork.

And clearly, that’s not what these 20 bosses are doing. These bosses left such threatening and delusional notes that their employees deservedly mocked them. Check our list below and tell us which one you think is the most out-of-touch!

#1 Oh Lord

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#2 In 2013 I Worked At A Fro-Yo Shop Where The Owners Intensely Watched The Cameras; Store Has Since Closed

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#3 This Sign At My Work. They Will Charge Staff For Anything As Minimal As A Broken Ice Cream Cone

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#4 Saw This While Shopping. This Is So Degrading

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#5 No Raises But We Know Times Are Tough. No One Got A Raise, But Hey They Got Ramen Noodles

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#6 Just Turn It Off

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#7 Guarantee They Don’t Pay Enough. Pay More!

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#8 Don’t Worry We Won’t

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#9 This Showed Up In An Obscure Corner Of The Hotel I Work At

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#10 Shout Out The Worst Place I Ever Worked (Minimum Wage, Of Course)

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#11 Apparently My Manager Thinks This Is A “Motivational” Sign To Keep Up Morale In The Workplace

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#12 I’m Furious. This Email Was Sent To My Daughter About Discussing Pay Rates. What Are Next Options?

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#13 At My Significant Other’s Workplace (Which Is Also My Old Workplace) Absolutely Terrifying

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#14 Bout That Life

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#15 I Work For USPS. Corporate Likes To Send Out Messages Almost Every Day To Carriers. This Was The Message Today

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#16 How About Paying A Living Wage?

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#17 The Place My Girlfriend Works At Just Posted This Sign In Their Break Room. The Company Had Record Profits Last Year

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#18 Great Sign To See Outside Your Hr Department

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#19 I Can’t Remember If This Has Been Posted Before But Gotta Love Their Motivation Technique

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#20 My Boss (Gun Store) Put This Up In Break Room Today

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Nurse’s Salary Expectation Is Too High So Job Recruiter Wants To Start A Negotiation But Isn’t Willing To Compromise On Their Part

One of the hardest parts of a job interview is the salary negotiation stage. You know you need the job to support your needs, but asking for a salary that might be too high for the company could cost you the job opportunity. It’s really a balance between your needs and the financial capability of the company.

A nurse that goes by the Reddit username Jbeez4117 made it clear in her application that her preferred minimum salary is $34 per hour. However, the clinic where she applied can only go $29 an hour as starting pay, but she was invited for a negotiation. However, the negotiation phase isn’t what you would have expected to turn out. Follow her full story below!

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A nurse went to Reddit to vent out about a one-sided negotiation she had with a clinic that offers pay lower than her preferred minimum

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OP was willing to talk about the salary that can be agreed upon by both parties. However, the employers remained adamant about the $29/hr rate

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