The underlying foundation of success is nothing but a high level of trust.
So many companies have been using this idiotic trick where they lie to the job applicant about their job description or they lie about the wage they will be paying. The idea behind this evildoing is they want to get the employees hired and they try their best to keep the lie going, by giving incentives and rewards, basically incurring costs long enough to have the employee settle in. And when they know the employee has nowhere else to go now and this is the only place their financial needs depend on, they bring out the reality. The employee has to accept his/her fate and work the job they never applied for at a wage way below the promised one.
The HR department or the job recruiters, in general, are either evil and that’s why they do such things or they are under immense pressure to hire and that is why they make such plots up to attract people on the basis of lies.
In today’s story, we have Reddit user u/PatrickStar68 who met a similar situation but perhaps the timing was in his favor as he decided to quit upon realizing his recruiter had lied to him in the job interview to get him hired. OP shared this story on the subreddit Antiwork. The subreddit has now been existing for over 9 years and has got over 2.3 million members sharing and responding to stories like the one we have got for you guys today.
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1. So OP applied for a job that clearly said in its description that it will be online but after being hired, the company announced it is going full in-person and things suddenly got unsuitable for OP.
2. And the company kept piling up more and more responsibilities and none of that was ever mentioned in the job interview or the JD. OP realized they had been tricked and decided to quit.
3. Who put that woman in the boss’ place?
Here are the views of the comment section:
4. So OP wasn’t the first person they tried to fraud, this has been a long-time tradition.
I know this is not an AITA boss but this company and its top management are such an AH for doing this to employees. Thinking you will generate money on the basis of lies is hilarious to even think about. OP just quit as they realized they had been lied to about the job description. So what gain did the company achieve? Nothing! They will now have to go all the way through another hiring process and also the costs that come with it. So dumb!
5. The liars must be reported so others don’t get frauded.
6. The fact that these organizations are still operational is beyond me.
7. I never thought about it this way. Good one!
8. It is tough to get a job in these tough times…and that too at a good rate.
I really hope you guys enjoyed this one. Don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section down below.
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