Company “Punishes” Employee For Leaving By Giving Them Work Everyday For Two Weeks

It seems that nightmarish post-two weeks’ notice scenarios have become a running trend. A week ago, it was a boss who fired the guy on the spot simply for handing in his resignation letter. This time, it’s a supervisor who made a worker’s next two weeks a living hell.

As the user by the name of ‘TheKittensAreMelting‘ shared in his infuriating r/antiwork story, the reaction to his departure from work wasn’t what you’d call appropriate. Not only did his superior switch up the schedule so that he would be forced to work from sun up to sun down, but he’d also held the poor guy’s days off hostage, demanding only one thing in return — that he would stay.

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Especially when there are managers who will sabotage the remainder of your work just to make your life a living hell

Supportive responses inspired the author to take some action

Here are some of the reactions people had after reading the story

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