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Employee Was Called Unethical By Boss After They Tried To Resign For A Better Job

People are currently trying to put themselves first in the workplace rather than continuing to work in a hazardous environment. When they are being restrained by superiors or coworkers solely for the purpose of extracting something from them, people are becoming more outspoken and courageous.

Toxic bosses frequently used guilt trips to get you to stay or perform numerous favors for them. To make you feel more vulnerable before they hooked you with guilt, they would shower you with compliments. There is a lot of passive-aggressive behavior, even if it isn’t always extreme, especially among professional gaslighters. Unconsciously, you would be under pressure to please them and avoid making mistakes.

When your workplace starts to negatively impact your mental health, you’ll be able to leave if you’ve earned it and know what you’re worth. A Redditor shared a similar experience, recounting how his conversation with his manager about transferring professions didn’t go so well.

The message, which was made shortly after the commotion, was located under the r/antiwork subreddit. Although the success of the company he worked for was due in large part to him, the OP claimed that he was still treated badly and felt the need to vent about it.

This is the post that OP made

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The boss didn’t have a good history.

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The business was on the verge of failure when OP discovered a way to revive sales, saving it and keeping it in operation.

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When the business was still operating, the boss kept the hard-earned profit rather than investing it in the expansion of the business.

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OP discovered a chance that would improve his life.

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Because OP kept stating that the company would fail if he left, the employer began to label him as unethical.

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The manager certainly had the ability to make positive changes, but he mocked the amount of work he must do and placed the responsibility on OP.

OP’s resolve to leave was cemented by this encounter, and he immediately resigned rather than stay for two more months.

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OP desperately needs a release

The OP gave extra information if you wanted to know how wealthy the employer is.

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You can’t really buy kindness and common sense with money.

It’s the thinking that they are entitled to the best life just because they’re rich

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A major warning sign is when employees of your organization appear to be looking down on them.

So here’s a suggestion from a Redditor for individuals looking for steady employment.

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Another Redditor responded after testing this out.

At least OP knew when to say goodbye to that place

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But always remember to exercise caution.

Make a wise move like this one if you still want to work for the company and defend your rights.

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Things were becoming shaky.

For OP’s boss, here’s a question for you

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Or better yet, nevermind we already know how things like these work often

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Since the boss is aware of OP’s significant contribution to the business, he wasn’t too blind to recognize his value. Nevertheless, his avarice turned him into a ruthless boss who only cared about his own interests.

Would you seize the chance if presented with it if you were in the same predicament as the OP? Your responses can be typed into the comments section. If you want any such content to be coming your way, stay tuned with us.

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