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Boss Makes Ex-Employee’s Life Miserable For Not Accepting His Resignation But He Leaves Anyway

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The absolute worst kind of boss.

Being in the office with your boss and informing him that you are quitting or resigning from your work can be a difficult situation to handle especially if you’ve ever been on their bad side. If your manager urges you not to go, or if your resignation is not accepted and you are asked to remain in the company, there is nothing more awkward than this conversation. In your professional life, we are sure that you have dealt with a similar situation once or if you haven’t, it is a rollercoaster down the track of awkwardness. If so, you might enjoy this Reddit story!

If your boss does the same for you and orders you not to leave the company, the term “employment” does not apply in this situation. This condition is referred to in other words. As u/kaihoneck’s story of a boss who considered himself to be a medieval lord and that all of his slaves were completely reliant on him for their very life is a good example of this term. But, using the strategy of manipulating a relationship can be destructive. “How could you leave and do this to your coworkers” is a classic example of an abusive relationship manipulation method that manifests itself as a guilt trip. Additionally, there are far too many red flags in this case that you should be aware of while reading the entire story.

According to all signs, the CEO is seeking to persuade him to remain in the company while searching for a replacement in secret. And once he does find a good fit, he won’t be hesitant to release u/kaihoneck. This type of story can be found all over the internet, but this particular one will remind you of Karen Boss stories, which are about bosses who are difficult to cope with at work. Continue reading to the end to find out what happened next!

This man has been working as a Data Management Worker for the last three years with little pay raise!

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His supervisor turned down the offer and urged him to stay as he wrote a letter of resignation which was not accepted.

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As a result, he informed his boss that his last day of work would be on the 19th. Refusal to resign was still a denial.

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When the guy did not come to work, he received 9 missed calls from his supervisor.

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Regardless of the season or time of year, a bad manager can strike. The majority of organizations have bossy managers. This is a reality for many people, and they have no choice but to deal with it in order to survive. Bossy supervisors are to blame for the toxic atmosphere in the workplace, as evidenced by the large number of reports about it that appear on the internet. Many employees are forced to leave their jobs due to a lack of pay raises, as well as a forceful attitude of managers.

If you are having a good manager and get a good pay increase by the end of the year, then believe us, you are the luckiest person alive on this planet.

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Have you ever been in a situation like this in your career? If so, how did your manager react to your resignation? Did he ask you to stay or did he accept your resignation? Let us know your story in the comment section below.

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