I just walked out and I’m not coming back.
Sundays are not even my regular days and this is the fifth Sunday that my manager asked me to come in and my manager has the tenacity talk down to me each Sunday I come in when it’s only me, him, and another coworker.
I don’t make enough money to put up with this. Maybe he should learn how to talk to people next time. I simply clocked out and walked away with my manager right behind me trying to stop me. I didn’t say anything. I simply kept on walking.
Anyways, I can home to pick up my bike and I’m going out for a bike ride to enjoy this Sunday. I’m not worried about anything else at the moment.
- People don’t quit bad jobs. They quit bad management.
- Good on you man. I’m sitting here alone at my job and was just contemplating just walking out and going home. Your health is not worth it.
- In moments like these, I find it best to just enjoy the time. If you get home and they’ve called you, I’d have a nice response written out for them, something along the lines of: “your repeated disrespect for my availability, your forcing of me to work hours outside that availability, and your general disrespect for me as a person have given me no choice but to leave. I hope the next person you hire will be treated with far more respect for their time and talents.”
- Good for you! These people must learn to respect the dignity of their employees. Social class is a stupid illusion. I hope you find something way better very soon.
- There’s always work to do somewhere, some way. If people don’t want to pay you for it, oh well. And I’m not being talked down to, y’all aren’t my parents.
- The moment you wake up and realize shit is f-ed up, getting underpaid, overworked. Take a day for yourself. You’re better than that shit. Go achieve.