r/Prorevenge Karen Tried To Get Me Fired, So I Got Her Fired First

19.02.2021
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r/Prorevenge In today's episode, OP works in a foreign country and has to submit an expense report. His company hires a local woman to translate his receipts for his expense reports, and this lady turns out to be a complete and total Karen who gives OP trouble at every possible opportunity. Mess with my job, Karen? It's go time! OP expertly out maneuvers the Karen and gets her fired with one simple conversation.
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  • The first OPs story sounds like something that could happen in my country, most Multi National Companies (MNC) here have the 3-month notice period and if you wanna leave within a month, you can speak with HR to leave but the 2-month salary is cut off from your Full and Final (FnF) Settlement. I'd rather stay those two months pretending to give good training to my replacement 😂

    Patricia KinsleyPatricia Kinsley19 minuuttia sitten
  • What kind of backwaterhole has a 3 month notice for quitting? That's just abuse.

    Oliver OmarssonOliver Omarsson4 tuntia sitten
  • There are provisions in some states where employers can recoup the cost of training an employee who doesn't finish a set probationary period. My spouse was offered a position in a cafe some years ago where they said the first 40 hours was unpaid for "training", but they'd receive the pay at 6 months. We made sure she got that in writing. Then went to the state labor board. In that state, an employer could take reasonable training costs from an employee's final paycheck if they left before completing a reasonable probationary period. They could not just have unpaid training. The turnover at the cafe was extreme, people usually being let go at, you guessed it, 6 months. Most of the employees were teens who didn't understand labor laws. Turns out the owner had stolen thousands from CHILDREN. My spouse and I being better educated as we intended to open our own business, got them in deep shit. Cafe closed shortly after but the cat specialist vet office next door decided to buy the place and turn it into a cat cafe. I moved away so I don't know how they're doing now

    Koogar KittenKoogar Kitten22 tuntia sitten
  • Man i just listen to all your videos while I'm at work. I still do a good job, it just helps me forget I'm here ...

    squish ysquish yPäivä sitten
  • 1st story: OP signed a CONTRACT which included the 3 months notice and the penalty for violating it; as such, the contract is binding.

    MedOKCMedOKCPäivä sitten
  • OMG you are dumb!! A simple google search would show you this is fake!! No company can make you pay them for quitting!! That's something someone with the mentality of a 12 year old would expect people to believe, and you believed it!! Doesn't matter though as long as you are getting money for this shit!!

    FortAwesome1974FortAwesome1974Päivä sitten
  • In what country do you have to pay to leave a job!? Is this indentured servitude

    dudester6442004dudester6442004Päivä sitten
  • I worked for the past year as a delivery manager. I just asked for the "Senior BA" role in my annual review. I got a raise, which was nice given the Covid year, but I just wanted the title. I'm starting a new role on Monday for nearly twice my annual salary. My current client team isn't accepting someone else from my company.

    Sarah AherneSarah Aherne3 päivää sitten
  • Paying a company if they quit before their notice was a law tried in baltics, so it's most likely somewhere in europe. It didn't work out too well in baltics though. People just stopped working all at once. fun times

    TheDark DragonTheDark Dragon3 päivää sitten
  • Last story be all: Karen: "Get me your manager, I will have you fired!" OP: Uno reverse card Karen: "Wait that's not how this is supposed to go"

    Scooter BondScooter Bond4 päivää sitten
  • What kind of a shitty country allows companies to enforce a 3-month notice and force employees to pay the company their salary as a penalty?

    kabob21kabob214 päivää sitten
  • 7:08 It is possible that this happened in the Philippines. I work for an offshore account, and its popular here, and companies that handle that usually has those rules. This is also why AWOL in our industry is pretty common. Because many companies will make you suffer, even find a way to get you fired, if you send your resignation letter especially if they know you have a beef on them or they are self-aware that they mistreat you or everyone generally. And because of that "____ months notice" they have plenty of time to screw you over. And Americans/westerners are so impressed with Filipinos working over there. Because we are so used to being used, overworked, and screwed over --- at a fraction of what the West give. I enjoyed the story of his/her revenge. I wanted to do the same but I know I'm not that valuable.

    TheFiringSquad TFSTheFiringSquad TFS4 päivää sitten
  • when you watch rslash with your volume down before the rest of ur family wakes up but a loud yogurt ad wakes them up instead

    MaijaMaija4 päivää sitten
  • Does r/slash even read comments

    Hyper lagacyHyper lagacy5 päivää sitten
  • I am sure OP is from india if he paying money to reduce his notice period

    himanshu bajajhimanshu bajaj5 päivää sitten
  • company: no money for you client: fine i'll just leave company: you cant leave client: watch me **leaves** company: **cries misrealbly**

    retro productionsretro productions5 päivää sitten
  • 7:10 it’s England if you get fired it’s a lot worst then resigning and they can fire you if you go on leave

    anonymous vieweranonymous viewer5 päivää sitten
  • The first story sounds like India. In India most KPOs have this clause in their empolyee agreement that if the employee quit the job without serving the entire notice period, which is normally 3 months (Keep in mind, if you even try to serve the entire notice period, your manager will make it hellish 3 months). My ex-girlfriend had a similar experience.

    A MoronA Moron5 päivää sitten
  • What? I’ve never heard of a job where an employee has to pay the company if they want to quit. Even in situations where they don’t want to finish out the resignation notice! Having to get approval from higher-ups to quit is ridiculous, too! Three months is a very long notice. One month is incredibly generous and it’s up to the company to find a replacement. Not letting someone resign because they couldn’t find a replacement is so weird! I’m assuming OP signed a contract upon hire if they actually followed all of this and had money ready to pay the company, but that’s a terrible contract.

    ShatnerLoverShatnerLover5 päivää sitten
  • 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    Lisa White-RossLisa White-Ross5 päivää sitten
  • As a trained translator, I can confirm that said Karen was not only a pain in the ass, but actually quite unprofessional.

    CM COCCM COC5 päivää sitten
  • Maturity comes with experience not age: the joker

    Wyatt LoarWyatt Loar5 päivää sitten
  • rSlash, I work in an Asian school, Southeast Asia to be exact, here almost all schools have a clause that say if the teacher bails before the contract is over, they gotta pay in full the remaining amount. so if you make 1.5k a month, and bailed when you only worked 6 months, you have to pay the school 9k for the breach of contract. No one does obviously, even I have bailed with no consequence, but the country referred to in the first post was probably asian

    DestinationToDestinationTo5 päivää sitten
  • This guy from the last story is the one you would never want to piss off😶 He know the structure of the office like it's back of his palm.

    愛貓愛貓5 päivää sitten
  • More malicious compliance please

    JASPER LIMPYOJASPER LIMPYO5 päivää sitten
  • Crotch thrusts in victory for every successful pro revenge 😆

    Dan HazardDan Hazard5 päivää sitten
  • Employer: This shit is blackmail O.P: It's called hustle sweetheart...💓

    grt apjgrt apj5 päivää sitten
  • contractors in the USA can have early term fees

    Shagar Gaming CentralShagar Gaming Central5 päivää sitten
  • 😂❤️👌

    aarontheabcaarontheabc5 päivää sitten
  • I'm a mild mannered person who's an easy push over, your videos keep giving me confidence and ideas on how to deal with Karen's and Chads . Thank you ❤️

    Twilight PrinceTwilight Prince5 päivää sitten
  • That story is probably in America

    Lynnette PalmsLynnette Palms5 päivää sitten
  • Thy can noi legally make you pay them them when you resign from a position. Sue those butt holes

    Abstruse MediaAbstruse Media6 päivää sitten
    • @TheWeakMinded Depending what country you are in as its illegal in some countries even under a EBA agreement

      Abstruse MediaAbstruse Media5 päivää sitten
    • When you sign a contract agreeing to it... yes they can

      TheWeakMindedTheWeakMinded5 päivää sitten
  • OP really did a great job getting rid of Karen in the last story! Loved it

    Just me ManningJust me Manning6 päivää sitten
  • My head hurts, I'm not the corporate type.

    Katherine KnappKatherine Knapp6 päivää sitten
  • 7:00 Doesnt really matter what country, the story started with "...I signed the contract without reading it...." He agreed to it. Could happen in any country. Always read before signing.

    dan hatdan hat6 päivää sitten
  • Wait surely by quitting your job the company would already getting paid since they wouldnt be paying anything even if they got someone to replace it might be less

    Star J0SHStar J0SH6 päivää sitten
  • I recommended your videos to my best friend who's trying to learn English. Your voice is clear and the words on the screen help too. The content is flawless and I suggested he use it as background noise like I do. You helped me learn English (I'm still learning) and I'm thankful for that, so I'll keep recommending your videos and podcast to my friends. Thank you so much ❤

    The DreamerThe Dreamer6 päivää sitten
  • Rslash, Dentists and Doctors have to give 3 months notice or repay bonuses, get charged for the missing months or other werid things.

    kingderfkingderf6 päivää sitten
  • The 3 months notice is very similar to french contract. In IT consultant companies, they prefer keeping the employe doing nothing for 3 months in a shity office, rather than having the employe working at its new job.

    Zouv IZouv I6 päivää sitten
  • The easiest way to get anything done in business is tell people the amount of money they can save, or pocket through bonuses.

    vvitch mistvvitch mist6 päivää sitten
  • More from r/talesfromtechsupport & r/talesfromthefrontdesk. Pro-pretty revenge is nice and all but i miss these threads too!!

    Michael MacShaneMichael MacShane6 päivää sitten
  • The first story the policy is a loop hole, lets say you want to quit without the fee so you just go to work and watch FIworld all day so you either get a payed vacation or they fire you for free meaning you don't have to pay the fee

    Edschel ChangEdschel Chang6 päivää sitten
  • What is your favorite subreddit?

    SkyboiSkyboi6 päivää sitten
  • Imagine being such a toxic busybody that you feel the need to bully someone over their expenses... When your job is literally just to translate the receipts. That's it. She had to do almost NO 'work.' Can you even IMAGINE getting paid 3000 dollars a month JUST to translate freakin' receipts? And she had to ruin that for herself, because she decided she needed to be petty towards OP.

    Jolly JesterJolly Jester6 päivää sitten
    • Get an intern with a dictionary to do it for free.

      M ByerlyM Byerly4 päivää sitten
  • You what would be awesome a livestream

    Austin DaltonAustin Dalton6 päivää sitten
  • The first story seem like the manger and didn't want move him up cause they want keep the power and used him and I love the revenge

    Dominique NormanDominique Norman6 päivää sitten
  • lol this popped up in my recommendation 3am

    A chicken nugger-less childA chicken nugger-less child6 päivää sitten
  • Your channel is perfect when every once in a while I just want to hear somone get sweet sweet revenge 20/10 channel perfection

    Austin BunchAustin Bunch6 päivää sitten
  • Um, doesnt the last post come off as a Karen getting their way? he told a worker standing up to him failing to do his expenses properly that she "should learn her place" and then got her fired for not kowtowing!!

    FireVixen164FireVixen1646 päivää sitten
  • Last story: Another example of someone whose power goes to their head. Good job by OP to get rid of that powertripping Karen.

    Citadel of windsCitadel of winds6 päivää sitten
    • Better still, it's all the more deserved because she manufactured that power out of whole cloth

      Scooter BondScooter Bond3 päivää sitten
  • Imagine ruining someone's livelihood for being rude to you once. I'd say you need to grow a thicker skin. Grow a pair and toughen up.

    Charlene BlackCharlene Black6 päivää sitten
  • yesssssssss

    christian grønchristian grøn6 päivää sitten
  • @rSlash to answer your question: If the first story was taking place under german juristriction, it could be a bad idea to purpursefully do a bad job your remaining contract, since you could be sued for it, if there is enough evidence of what you are doing. German law says, as an employee you are forbidden to carelessly or wilfully cause damage to your company. You'd eigher be required to prevent damages yourself (if withing your power to do so) or to escalate the incedent to somebody who is able to prevent damages or else you could be liable for them.

    Prinegon BevarisPrinegon Bevaris6 päivää sitten
  • RSlash, in reference to your speculation - it is in fact possible in America. Any work contract is just a series of agreements you make, with consequences for if you break them. I'm sure you're thinking right now of whatever agreement you made with FIworld to monetize your channel. Such is the same for American job contracts - there is a way in, a way out, and always a way around. The way in for that person was signing the contract, and the way out was to pay for those 2 months. The way around is what you said - to do nothing at all. But eventually that would result in getting fired, which is something that person didn't want. They wanted to quit, so they essentially "paid" for the right to quit. In America, money talks far more than people do. That person paid with real cash to get out of the situation they were in, but the company didn't want *money* they wanted someone who could Make Money. The companies effort resulted in neither because the people the company dealt with wanted something more than money themselves. Companies hate that, because all they HAVE is money to spend, which makes them useless to the kind of person who refuses to take their money anymore.

    Samantha JoynerSamantha Joyner6 päivää sitten
  • not the best revenge but hope you read this story happened before the whole covid craze when i broke my iPhone se so my farther took it in to a repair shop drp {dochebag repair shop) so we came and paid more than we should have and left and that's when we noticed how low quality the screen was {properly brought from china} anyways the touch never responded we tell the owner who smugly claims "our screens are 100% refurbished" {pulled from an iPhone as salvage} and how "its not there problem" we where p##sed but still asked for a bit of a refund ......NO exclaimed the casher and just hand it over {before then i dropped the phone and chipped the screen not noticeable) so when i got the "new" screen i was even more peed as I've paid even more money about £120 {£60 per screen} so I've developed a plan to not destroy them but make there business pay. here is the revenge turns out we where not the first customers to deal in this scam so we decided to contact those repair companies who would of done it at a way cheaper price but would take longer and use genuine parts they where not happy especially one who where partners long story short the company was run out of town and drs where gone moral of the story from the members of wham "if your gonna do it do it right"

    BlakeKDMBlakeKDM6 päivää sitten
  • "I'm gonna fire you" "Not if I fire you first!"

    JD_KreeperJD_Kreeper6 päivää sitten
  • Want someone to give help you? Give them an enemy you can help them destroy.

    irogtirogt6 päivää sitten
  • That first OP... The way they acted towards the end was unethical to say the least

    Trek001Trek0016 päivää sitten
  • Are you saying America referring all countries in North America?

    Karen SilvaKaren Silva6 päivää sitten
  • today's episode is a bit short but exciting none the less

    Luis TorresLuis Torres6 päivää sitten
  • I think a lot of non-U.S. countries have individual work contracts whereas most U.S. states are "at will" (meaning you can quit or get fired at any time with no notice). The contract would specify how much notice is required and the penalties for not providing it. A lot of times the employer must also give notice to fire someone and has to pay the full notice period if they chuck them out the door. There are probably situations written into the contracts that allow immediate quitting or termination without notice.

    YggdrasilYggdrasil6 päivää sitten
  • I would love to go to work and watch your videos 💞💖💕💓💞💖💕💓💞💖💕💓💖💕💓💕💖💞💖💓💕💖💞

    Matt BaxterMatt Baxter6 päivää sitten
  • If someone didn’t do the work, the company could probably refuse to pay them. And if they’re at that job all day, they can’t get another job

    Ball CatBall Cat6 päivää sitten
  • I'm 90% you cannot be forced to PAY your boss to quit. When you wanna quit, you QUIT. The first story is 50 shades of illegal.

    LadyShayLadyShay6 päivää sitten
  • we need a r/creepypms episode

    Chained_Turbo_GarageChained_Turbo_Garage6 päivää sitten
  • I loved how savagely he took down translator Karen. 😈

    SciFiChikie ScarSciFiChikie Scar6 päivää sitten
  • Pay to leave contract: it's the flip side of not having "at will" employment. Here in NZ, and I think a lot of EU, UK etc as well, the employer or employee has to give pre-determined notice to terminate employment. If you get let go without notice (apart from gross misconduct and similar), the employer has to pay you the notice period, whether or not it is worked. Same if you quit and storm out - you owe them the notice period. All negotiable, and employers often pay out instead of letting a disgruntled employee wreak havoc from within.

    Nick ClaphamNick Clapham6 päivää sitten
  • First story: sounds like a European contract. Some contracts have stipulations that you have to pay a fee for training if you leave earlier than the end of your contract. It’s because the company put in hours and resources to train you.

    Nina AbbelNina Abbel6 päivää sitten
    • In the USA there are companies that will pay a new employee a signing bonus with a provision that the employee must complete an X-year contract. If said contract is terminated early the employee is required to repay the signing bonus.

      adrat8339adrat83396 päivää sitten
  • Get over it steve you need to move on🦊

    kk44kk446 päivää sitten
  • Fun Fact: You need to subscribe to Rslash If u have thank u :)

    m i l k i e em i l k i e e6 päivää sitten
  • Wow the second guy literally got someone payed minimum wage fired

    Alexander PalmerAlexander Palmer6 päivää sitten
    • Id feel bad if she didn't deserve it, also, thats double the min wage where I am at a minimum

      TheWeakMindedTheWeakMinded5 päivää sitten
  • The first op didn't deserve the raise hes doing a nonsense job that isn't actually necessary for society

    Alexander PalmerAlexander Palmer6 päivää sitten
  • We👏Are👏Here👏And👏We👏Love👏It (Ima post this every time I comment, lets see how many we can get)

    Blue FadeBlue Fade6 päivää sitten
  • Hey Kyle and Kati here we love your videos just wanted to say yo ..

    kyle andersonkyle anderson6 päivää sitten
  • First story is West-Europe. Its common to have a 3 month termination time. It works like this: * Tryout period of 6 months with a 1 to 2 weeks termination time. This moves into a full contract. * This full contract can be unlimited or limited in time, with a 3 month termination period. If you quit, you have the choice of: * Stick out the 3 months giving the employer plenty of time for find a replacement and training them. * Instant leave and pay out 3 months as you breached the contract. This results in damages for the employer, thus you can be forced to pay. This scenario is very, VERY rare! Most employers just say good riddance because they do not want to deal with any more drama. * The company fires you and they need to keep paying you for those 3 months, with you still coming into the office. This is again more rare because a fired employee tends to be a grumpy employee. And if that employee has access to IT or sensitive stuff, the company prefers the next option * The company fires you and they pay out you, those 3 months. Aka, less drama and your out of their hair. The more years you work for a company, the longer the termination period becomes. Something like 5 years working for the same company, this becomes 6 months ( not sure about this anymore ). I have seen cases where somebody worked for 20 years for a company and the termination period became a insane year. In general most people simply come to a agreement with HR/Management about the termination period when they quit. You do X and i do Y and everybody is happy. When you get fired, most company kick you out the same day to prevent collateral damage ( you sabotaging servers, taking the client files, or whatever ) and rather pay the money to instant get rid of you then taking the risk. There are always idiotic employers that push a issue but then a the ex-employee goes to the employment court. Or the employer does. Note: 70% of the cases in the employment court end up in favor of the employees because its most of the time the employer screwing up the firing. And smart employees tend to have papers/emails/.. know the dead bodies. This system mostly protects both sides. You do not quit so easily and your employer does not fire you so easily because money is on the line. And yes, this is different compared to the employment in the US, where you can get canned without any money in the pockets. Resulting in over eager HR/Management canning people ( Without a replacement ) for financial or bonuses reasons. Note: Firing people and rehiring the same person with a lower salary does not work in Europe and is illegal! That trick to fire people that you know that are desperate and trying to rehire them, results in a nice court appointment ( and the employer need to pay the time from the firing until the court ruling, what can be years! ). In Europe getting fired ( if you worked for more then X years ) results that you can get unemployment benefits. Quitting yourself results in zero benefits because you yourself quit. Socialism Europe ... Not such a bad place, now is it. Unless your a company that has a idiotic US attitude that employees are replaceable on a dim, most companies figure things out. Does it make companies less flexible? Not really... This idea of companies needing to be more flexible for firing people is mostly a US idea, that a company need to downsize or grow by demand ( or management bonus ) is a idiotic idea. What is always forgotten is the time needed to train people and the MASSIVE amount of experience that the company loses. But it sounds great if you fire 1000 people today for stock of bonus reason and a few weeks later rehire new cheaper people ( while costing the company 6 months to properly train / get to the proficiency level of the fired people ). But that number gets hidden and does not affect bonuses ;) In general the less easy firing practice makes companies more willing to see how the can move people around in the company, then just flat out firing them and hiring new people. uch **** Too much text!

    Ben JiroBen Jiro6 päivää sitten
  • hi

    Ross HooverRoss Hoover6 päivää sitten
  • Thought that Karen getting fired is satisfying. The fact the OP use the Greed of the VP to do it. Man its like I am watching a video about villains and they day to day activities. So juicy to watch.

    Kemar WardKemar Ward6 päivää sitten
  • karen be like: you don't like me, well too bad. your stuck with me. op : we'll see about that.

    Marc-Antoine HamelinMarc-Antoine Hamelin6 päivää sitten
  • So I just realized after watching about 75% of all of your videos I wasent subscribed and I panicked. I hit that subscribe button harder than a bullet.

    YouexterminatedYouexterminated6 päivää sitten
  • Damm Karen got owned hard.

    São João do mundoSão João do mundo6 päivää sitten
  • The first story... I don't know, the guy was kind of a dick toward the end. I mean, he got evetything he wanted (1 month notice, no paying the remainder) and he promised to train his replacement. Giving the replacement shitty training is a dick move in my opinion.

    PawsOnTheBalconyPawsOnTheBalcony6 päivää sitten
    • Well... play stupid games, win stupid prizes. The company decided to screw the guy over. I bet if they had given him the appropriate promotions and raises, he would probably still be working for them, or he would have at least trained his replacement to do everything he did.

      Quint McCuneQuint McCune6 päivää sitten
  • Noob question - what is OP ?

    Shrikant ShelatShrikant Shelat6 päivää sitten
  • Perfecr night.

    Hey I'm SabeenaHey I'm Sabeena6 päivää sitten
  • When I was a newspaper deliverer in the USA in 2012 everyone who was a deliverer had to sign a contract saying you would give at least one month’s notice or they would keep your last paycheck.

    Miss DelaneyMiss Delaney6 päivää sitten
  • Can u do r/paranormal

    justin snellenjustin snellen6 päivää sitten
  • It seems illegal to make someone pay 2 months of salary just to be able to quit

    CD10CD106 päivää sitten
  • I'm just sad that on the last story OP did not run it over n Karen's face

    Leo the All-ChemistLeo the All-Chemist6 päivää sitten
  • Love that last story. Fuck Karen.

    CallMeWolfCallMeWolf6 päivää sitten
  • the first story sounds like an Indian IT employee's story working in any service based company. That happens all the time. employees HAVE to work for the notice period which is usually 3 months, or they can take the buyout option where you have to pay, which usually happens if someone is switching companies, and the new company needs you faster, so they pay for the buyout for whatever time of notice period that you didn't work. Also, this is done to ensure they have enough time to find a resource and get them properly trained so that the transition is smoother for the client and the new resource. A lot of the times the decision about if the employee has to pay depends on the manager, if they have a good relationship, the employee may not pay for a shorter notice period. oh yes, most of the people do not work that hard in their notice period, and do exactly the things that you said. 😂

    Ashmita SahaAshmita Saha6 päivää sitten
  • I worked with a power-hungry Karen like in the last story. She was hired as a secretary but acted like the office manager. I had my business emails set to forward to my personal email account, which was approved by the owner after another co-worker had been accessing my account and deleting some of my emails to cover her own ass. The third time the Karen undid the forwarding, I changed the admin logins on everything. She quit immediately.

    Miles ParrisMiles Parris6 päivää sitten
  • So far, your reaction to the last story was different from others that I listen to.

    Jessica Trevino OrtizJessica Trevino Ortiz6 päivää sitten
  • As a translator, I can tell you that no translator can behave like that. We do not judge, we do not interfere, we do not adjust what we translate in any way (that's typical for curses and other harsh language, not knowing the degree of severity of the actual words used the communication between client and their partner is affected) and we definitely do not ask pretty much any questions unless they're needed for correct translation. Managing something we have no business managing is a major overstep, termination was well deserved.

    Tessa KTessa K6 päivää sitten
  • I think that the 3 months could be a contractual thing for the company. No idea what country would enforce it.

    Satans JockstrapSatans Jockstrap6 päivää sitten
  • That second story was just amazing * chefs kiss *

    BrainDamage6452BrainDamage64526 päivää sitten
  • In the US, you can be sued for breach of contract for quitting without notice. It almost never happens because it wouldn’t be worth it, but for very high paid employees it can be. Sometimes the contracts have clauses like this to settle that issue.

    The Information StationThe Information Station6 päivää sitten
  • In Australia there is a two way notice period based on how long you've been with the business starting from 1 week for one years service up to 4 weeks for 4+ years. If an inadequate notice period is given for resignations, the additional period not worked can be taken out of any unpaid leave entitlements. For example if someone has a notice period of two weeks and walks out without giving notice, the company can hold up to 76 hours worth of leave accrual (for a full time employee). Similarly (and excluding redundancy or serious misconduct dismissals) an employer must provide the same notice periods (or funds as a compensatory measure) for terminations, adding an extra week in some instances if the right conditions are met. These are the stock standard minimums (National Employment Standards) in place across the employment base. Some enterprise agreements or awards have extended conditions in place, depending on the industry. Some people in particularly specialised areas may also have extended provisions written into their contracts.

    mythalsmythals6 päivää sitten
  • I like how the VP countered OP by saying "but she does a good job." Not taking into account that the girl was a total Karen, VP didn't want to fire somebody for more money. He's a good boss. Granted he got to that point after a bit of persuasion, but still.

    BriyanaismBriyanaism6 päivää sitten
  • For the first story, I believe its a "work contract", and yes you can be penalized if you leave without notice. This is really only available for jobs that cannot afford to have downtime or suddenly lose someone, but in exchange you usually get great job security as well as fantastic benefits. That is how OP's job was supposed to go, but for two years they screwed him out of those benefits by not wanting to pay him what he was worth. OP didn't want to just not do the work because it would be a burnt bridge, job couldn't fire OP because he put in his resignation first (it would be direct retaliation) and they would be sued ("we fired OP because we didn't want him to quit!" won't fly). Three months is a bit extreme truth be told, but sounds like this job needed the time to find a replacement and give enough time for training.

    Dark MaskDark Mask6 päivää sitten
  • I think in most European countries you have to sign contracts that marry you to the job and you can't just quit on the spot, unless something genuinely nasty happens - even then there are penalties if you cause the company monetary damage by departing. And you can't just come in and do nothing, because there are contracts you signed regarding work ethics - you could get sued if you just 'came in and watched TV'. . If you received any kind of training for the job, that is also tailored into the contract and you sort of need to work X amount of time to pay off the training. There is no universal rule, but it is understood that if you sign a contract to work somewhere, you will WORK there, plain and simple. But it's usually a month's notice, not three, and you can file for expedited departure if the job is easily replaceable.

    paper kaypaper kay6 päivää sitten
  • For exemple in France 3 months notice is kinda the rule and yes if you don't serve your time you have to pay up the wage you would have earned. Of course, this is generaly negociated without much issue as you can indeed do a bad work. Furthermore, if you leave before the three months without company agreement you are also liable to damages if the company lose money because of it (client leaving mostly).

    Condé TurenneCondé Turenne6 päivää sitten
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