There probably aren’t a whole lot of people out there who don’t know what it’s like to work for a boss who isn’t the nicest person in the world.

That said, most of us keep or mouths shut because we either need our job, or we think we might need a reference for a better one in the future.

These 12 people, for whatever reason, weren’t concerned about either and they really let their feelings fly.

1. I applaud her confidence.

I hope she got what she asked for.

Between a friend and his manager at a small packing plant.
byu/somenerdnamedtom inantiwork

2. I have a feeling they know what they did.

That’s why they didn’t text back.

Madlad quits his job
byu/ChaiKarak inmadlads

3. This is seriously unconscionable.

People like this really burn my britches.

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4. This must have felt so good.

How dare they threaten to discipline him for taking his already scheduled time off!

I encouraged my cousin to quit her job and she finally stood up for herself!!
byu/1in7billion_ inantiwork

5. Well, somebody has regrets.

I definitely saw that coming.

Quit my job last night, it was nice to be home to make the kids breakfast and take them to school today! Off to hunt for a new opportunity, wish me luck 🙂
byu/hestolemysmile inantiwork

6. Don’t contact her.

Because you’re not going to change her mind.

Quit my job at lunch time. Left this on the phone message pad.
byu/fireflies777 inantiwork

7. I totally cheered.

Seriously, what a giant douchecanoe.

Who’s the boss now?
byu/tylerro2 inantiwork

8. Everyone has a limit.

They just pushed this woman past hers.

I made the mistake of calling in sick for my shift 8 hours before it started. No regrets.
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9. No lies, just a bunch of truth.

You’ve gotta value you yourself, babes.

How a quit my incredibly toxic and abusive job a couple of weeks ago. Just found this sub and thought i’d throw it in there. I had worked 7- 60 hr weeks str8 and tried to take off for my 21st birthday. Request denied, so I called out sick instead. Boss found out and I figured, fuck it, and fuck you.
byu/ASMBGShShRKN3 inantiwork

10. Best to respect everyone from the beginning.

Otherwise no one is going to be taking that job.

Recruiters response after being told I can’t start on a two days notice
byu/TheBeansler inantiwork

11. Call me crazy, but I don’t think he’s gonna regret it.

I’m just saying.

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12. I am not doing any of those.

Full stop.

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Man, this must have been cathartic, don’t you think?

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