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BOSS HIRES ALL FOREIGN WORKERS, KENA GANG UP BY THEM, THREATENS TO MASS RESIGN

I was just a regular office worker at a mid-sized enterprise, providing support to the various departments within the company. As with most office jobs, it was mundane and uneventful. That is, until one fateful day when our boss decided to hire all foreign workers.

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At first, I was excited about the prospect of working with people from different countries and cultures. I was looking forward to learning about different perspectives and gaining new insights. Little did I know the situation was about to take a turn for the worse.

Soon after the foreign workers were hired, I started to notice a shift in the atmosphere in the office. They would talk in their own language and mock us when we tried to understand them. We were also excluded from their conversations and decisions. It was like they had formed a gang and were trying to take control of the office.

Things got worse when they threatened to mass resign if their demands were not met. This was a clear attempt to blackmail the boss and the management. They demanded for higher pay, better working conditions and better benefits.

The management was left with no choice but to agree to their demands. However, this decision resulted in the rest of us being treated unfairly. We were given fewer raises, our hours were cut and we were no longer given the same benefits as the foreign workers.

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The situation was so bad that I and several of my colleagues decided to take action. We met with the boss and demanded that he treat us fairly. We told him that we were not going to accept this injustice and that we would all resign if he did not change his ways.

Fortunately, our boss saw the error of his ways and agreed to treat us fairly. He gave us better pay, better working conditions and better benefits. He also promised to hire more local workers and give us more opportunities.

Overall, it was a difficult experience but it taught me a valuable lesson. I learned that no one should be treated unfairly, regardless of their background or nationality. I also learned that it is important to stand up for yourself and fight for your rights.

The experience also made me appreciate the importance of diversity in the workplace. It is important to have different perspectives and to have people from different backgrounds. This can help foster innovation, creativity and collaboration.

In the end, I am glad that we were able to stand up for ourselves and make a difference. It was a difficult situation but it was worth it in the end. I am also glad that our boss was willing to change and to treat us fairly.

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