r/Maliciouscompliance I Cost My Boss $3,500,000 By Obeying Him

7.02.2021
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r/Maliciouscompliance In today's episode, OP's factory enacts an incredibly stupid new policy that requires them to lock down dozens of machines to do simple, 10-minute repair jobs. OP warns his boss that this will be a pointlessly expensive procedure, but his boss tells him to just do as he's told. OK, boss, sure thing! OP follows his orders and shuts down half the factory to fix one tiny little part, costing the company $3,500,000. Oops!
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  • Gabrielle? Nah It’s *le Karen*

    IPplays-, Pokémon,Roblox, and moreIPplays-, Pokémon,Roblox, and more6 tuntia sitten
  • Op couldn't ask for a raise, you completely ignored one of the words you read, Union.

    Brian SimonsonBrian Simonson6 tuntia sitten
  • I'm binge watching rslash while playing minecraft I found 4 diamonds for now

    Samiullah the beastSamiullah the beast9 tuntia sitten
  • This channel is for documenting the amazing ways people serve justice.

    James MangionJames Mangion14 tuntia sitten
  • That was good but not what I had in mind, I would have waited for her to cook then spit out and throw everything in trash while complaining. That would have been better.

    RedcognitoRedcognito14 tuntia sitten
  • I'm from Sudan, we are not exactly poor, but... Crap is getting quite bad there, prices sky rocketed, like u need about, 150 Sudanese pounds to just buy a big bag of chips

    platinum Oxplatinum OxPäivä sitten
  • the last story ... just sell them the list for 500 bucks or offer to get a contract at 200 a month, paid at the start of each month. you got yourself a killer bargaining position.

    MaricMaric2 päivää sitten
  • let me get this stright if for say, a wire broke in the packing section, the entire lot had to be switch off costing more than 24 million dollars each time something broke. may be even 8 mil, each minute!, FOR 8 HOURS(considering one of the machines was said to cost the company 50k each minute it was idle)

    retro productionsretro productions4 päivää sitten
  • I don't understand their reasoning to "oh you don't like it? then Leave" after they've done so much work are they that stupid?

    OrangeLightning GachaOrangeLightning Gacha4 päivää sitten
  • saw the title and was "ooh shit its on now, hehe" *gets giddy like a little kid*, time to see some dumbass go down in flames...GLORIOUS!!!

    Dante BlackDante Black5 päivää sitten
  • ItS aCtUaLlY gAbRieLlA, nOt gAbrIeL

    Well this Isn’t convenientWell this Isn’t convenient5 päivää sitten
  • He already told the french story before or am i just crazy

    Ducky DuckDucky Duck5 päivää sitten
  • I watched the SciFi series called Lexx which is kind of a mix having certain movies like Star Wars, Space Balls, Battle Star Galactiga, Doctor Who, all that and old fashioned comedies rolled in together so to speak. Stanly Tweetle is not a hero the love slave Zev Belringer half cluster lizard wants men that are alive. and the most popular man former assassin Kie last of the Brunnen Gee. each of these characters have an interesting story you can't help but feel a connection there. imagine if you will two universes one full of good while another is just evil. while traveling on this living bug ship known as the Lexx a powerful force in the two universes. constantly searching for a nice planet not always easy. but I can relate to Zev Bellringer because I too have a curious nature as well.

    Patrick WentzellPatrick Wentzell7 päivää sitten
  • The boss in that last story had no intention of EVER hiring OP as the warehouse manager. He wanted someone to come in, organise everything, write it all up nicely for him in his computer, and then he'd offer a salary that OBVIOUSLY wouldn't be accepted and they'd quit, but he'd have got his warehouse sorted and catalogued for free. What a sneaky bast**d! The second the boss said "we'll discuss salary later", it was obvious there was something shady going on. If this happened in western countries, well, that's the point, it wouldn't. What a piece of s**t! That's like if the average earning in the uk was £400/week and the shady boss offered £240/week. Seems ok to start but then taking rent/mortgage, utilities, fuel, food etc into account, you'd be drowning every month by at least £100-£200. But that's ok, I don't need to eat, or have a house, or wash or anything like that. I'll work like a horse and get peanuts. Like, seriously?!? I hope 1 day these countries that want to become part of today's global GDP get there and everyone has money for food, bills, a home, and maybe even the odd little luxury every now and then. I know that's a very "miss Pageant Queen" answer, but its true. I wish I could do something to help, but what can I do? I'm a single disabled lady who lives alone in the British countryside. Not exactly a giant in industry able to make a difference lol

    Leanne StandringLeanne Standring8 päivää sitten
  • Millions of dollars lost I don't believe that for one minute.

    BR Pitre PetersBR Pitre Peters8 päivää sitten
  • Attn to all: LOTO may be flawed, but it is flawed in your favor; follow all safety guidelines! If you find a procedure is unnecessary, bring it up to your management. Don't work around rules, they are written by the dead.

    Turk TurkletonTurk Turkleton9 päivää sitten
  • Gabrielle made me so angry, like you don't always have to eat 5 star quality food. You can honestly just eat comfort level food and *enjoy* it. Also, just because you go to a culinary school doesn't mean you can cook. I honestly wonder how badly she criticized her own mother and father then whenever they would cook "sorry mom, sorry dad, but I can't be seen eating this pig slop, I'm going to the 5 star restaurant in town."

    Agent MarylandAgent Maryland10 päivää sitten
  • I'm 99% sure I have worked in the same place!! It wasn't at sawmill/lumber yard, I work at a poultry plant... same type of connected machinery (electrical and plumbing work) that cost outrageous amounts to be shut down per minute... the best way to prevent a lot of the downtime at my plant would have been a better training program. I wonder how one would go about helping plants succeed when all they seem interested in is blaming the newbies who were never trained at all...I could only watch while my observations went untried for a year and some...

    Carrie ValladCarrie Vallad10 päivää sitten
  • I managed 4 minutes of this video. Boring.

    Rob SRob S11 päivää sitten
    • I have a low attention span so same

      LL11 päivää sitten
  • I hate people.

    Scott PickeringScott Pickering11 päivää sitten
  • I call BS on the first story. Every competent factory has a buffer of at least 3 hours calculated in case of emergency. If this is a true story, then I'm not sure if I'm angrier at OP or boss who wanted him to ignore the procedures. LOTO procedures are complicated for a reason- so nobody will accidentally be turned into human spaghetti sauce. Yes, OP used to do "just fine" without them, but that doesn't mean it will always be the case. It's like with seat belts- they are pointless up until the point they save your life. The workers and the management decided to ditch the updated LOTO procedures, because it would be cheaper and quicker to do things without them, not because they were unnecessary. That is usually the first step to a disaster. I had to skip the second story. Rslash's fake French accent made it painful to listen ;P The joke is on OP in the third story. Yeah, he didn't pass on the inventory list, but the boss got free two days of cleaning.

    Wardrobe WingsWardrobe Wings11 päivää sitten
  • 9:45 i agree, i was/am on a culinary school, but while I learned some stuff there, I wouldn't compare myself with anyone who was cooking regularly for 5 years, anywhere

    JanPanJanPan11 päivää sitten
  • For it to get drunk 7-Eleven if you kill him or you can just go now (I used autocorrect)

    zvi Hayatzvi Hayat11 päivää sitten
  • That last one also was a choosingbeggar.

    LovuschkaLovuschka12 päivää sitten
  • That last story... EASILY could become Nuclear Revenge. OP.. Calls Health Inpectors..Auditors..etc

    Eric NayEric Nay12 päivää sitten
  • "ridiculous" lock out tag out procedures. No. Not ridiculous. Safe.

    Jane DoughJane Dough13 päivää sitten
    • not exactly, it's being absurdly ultra-safe, at the expense of efficiency. simply turning off the power should be enough, locking EVERY SINGLE BUTTON AND SWITCH ONE AT A TIME is absurd.

      ericb31ericb318 päivää sitten
  • You don't ask for a raise when you are I'm the union. Also drove me crazy when you kept calling it "low-tow" instead of "lot-oh".

    Trevor C.Trevor C.13 päivää sitten
  • French food trully is delicious tho... French here, couldn't eat all my life in other countries x)

    flacheflache13 päivää sitten
  • Working 7 days a week? I’d rather be homeless than suffer like that tbh

    Becca ABecca A13 päivää sitten
  • Employers suck these days 😤

    J HansenJ Hansen13 päivää sitten
  • That last story i was like...."he gets 12 days of vacation time for a job he just started?!" And then by the end was like "dude, this is why u don't start working for someone without having the pay negotiated and documentation already signed so they can't get free labor out of you." Idk how it works for other countries....but always get work contracts before doing work. It's hard for businesses to weasel out of pay if you can take them to court over it.

    Sel KieSel Kie13 päivää sitten
  • When eating out with Gabrielle just be honest. Say "I'm sorry for Gabrielle's bitching and whining. She embarrasses us all when we go out with her. I'm really sorry you've had to wait on her." Say it right in front of her, she'll never act that way again. Your Dad is just as bad as she is. He's happy to sit there and let her harass and bully staff right in front of him. He clearly thinks that behavior is fine. Teach him a lesson too.

    The Hangman's DaughterThe Hangman's Daughter14 päivää sitten
  • This is so stupid to say: "If this facility stops for 10minutes it costs X amount of money" Theoretically: Yes, Practically: I have never seen a serious, competent factory not factoring in at least 3hours of buffer in case of critical failure (granted, it shouldn't happen more than once per week, to build up that buffer, but still)

    NobaNoba14 päivää sitten
    • reminds me of a story i read, where some crazy manager compared TYPOS to MASS MURDER.

      ericb31ericb318 päivää sitten
  • "I told Mark my plan, and he was grinning ear to ear." So basically he had become the Grinch in that moment.

    Andy TavaryAndy Tavary14 päivää sitten
  • 4,406,400$ dollars for the first story yes I did the math

    Hassan HusaanHassan Husaan14 päivää sitten
  • Oh boy. I don't know what it's usually like where that last OP lives, but to me an unpaid "trial" period is a huge red flag.

    magicfireflamemagicfireflame15 päivää sitten
  • That $50.000 a minute loss gave me a flashback to my first job at Jeep. I pulled rear axles from the axle line and dropped them on CJ's Every once in a while the small hoist I used would break and drop the axle at my feet. It was a critical operation so I had a kill switch. The cost when the line stopped was north of $100.000 a min. It was hilarious to watch dozens of upper management and supervisors descend from all directions on that spot.

    diGritz1diGritz115 päivää sitten
  • From story 2: I would have told my dad "You have two options. 1 leave her or 2 we will never talk again. My dad once told his brother. Either you do something about your wife's hatred towards us or we will never talk again. Soon after that my dad's brother told his wife to leave or get over it or she will end up regretting it.

    Turk PerryTurk Perry15 päivää sitten
  • Quite certain an English person wrote the second story, they referred to the covid situation as lockdown, whereas a American would of called it quarantine surely.

    ShadowDragonShadowDragon15 päivää sitten
  • it's great when rslash does accents

    Internet duckInternet duck15 päivää sitten
  • Magical hoo-ha sent me 🤣🤣

    miyasias108miyasias10815 päivää sitten
  • brING US A NEW UNOPENED BOTTEL!!

    Chestpain v8 FusionChestpain v8 Fusion15 päivää sitten
  • The last story doesn't surprise me: No wonder the warehouse is such a mess, if the employer treats Warehouse Managers like that!

    FlorianFlorian15 päivää sitten
  • How many different ways is it possible to pronounce Gabrielle without actually pronounce it correctly 😂

    renatwinrenatwin15 päivää sitten
  • when you switched from gabrielle to gabriel it caught me off guard cause that’s my name LOL

    Enrico PucciEnrico Pucci16 päivää sitten
  • 👋💜👋💜👋💜👋💜👋💜👋💜👋💜👍

    Platte pussPlatte puss16 päivää sitten
  • is your stepmother goldilocks?!

    willowwillow16 päivää sitten
  • The only reason he was still with that French girl was because she sucked his knob like it was a French pastry

    TRUCK ME HARDER SENPAITRUCK ME HARDER SENPAI16 päivää sitten
  • what is her name?

    bob Seerybob Seery16 päivää sitten
  • This has been one of your best videos as of late! Keep up the good work.

    Robin GunnarsonRobin Gunnarson16 päivää sitten
  • Repeating stories!! We’ve already heard the French lady and the sudie audit guy! Come on Rslash! You are better than this!

    Des KrogmanDes Krogman16 päivää sitten
  • need some more r/nuclearrevenge

    Brandon AllenBrandon Allen16 päivää sitten
  • The fact that the French snob has the same name as me was a very uncomfy experience lol

    IceRiver1020IceRiver102016 päivää sitten
  • That French broad reminded me of my father-in-law. I cooked a meal that included teriyaki chicken & moist yet soft rice, dessert between a choice of rice pudding or one of those ring cake with pudding in its hollowed insides. He was eating when he began to complain & degrade it...I replied with "if u dont like it, u r welcome to cook ur own & get rid of mine". Afterwards, I only heard praise from him until my family moved due to my work. Mother-in-law hates that I outcook her.

    Shoestring StudioShoestring Studio16 päivää sitten
  • Wait wait 50/hr?

    Brigzbee BroadcastingBrigzbee Broadcasting17 päivää sitten
  • As a French guy, I just want to say that most of my compatriots know how to behave and respect people in the service industry. Unfortunately Karens are everywhere.

    chaka Motleychaka Motley17 päivää sitten
  • You missed the 2nd half of the Gabrielle story, apparently the dad did grow a backbone and the 2got into a relationship ending fight shortly after the first post

    Sorin SnowSorin Snow17 päivää sitten
  • 9:35 no please don't slap me, *PLEASE I'M BEGGING YOU*

    Gabriel KingGabriel King17 päivää sitten
    • 11:28 why is he looking at me

      Gabriel KingGabriel King17 päivää sitten
    • 10:10 please, i don't want to be revenge'd

      Gabriel KingGabriel King17 päivää sitten
  • Oof

    StormAintTheNormStormAintTheNorm17 päivää sitten
  • Bro if Gabrielle really knew how things are done with food, she'd know that bacteria can grow really fast on things not temp controlled. Sittin there b!tchin about the butter

    Yandere catYandere cat17 päivää sitten
  • mOPil

    Jon dowJon dow17 päivää sitten
  • I am a union worker, the first story almost made me sick. How many millions saved is a life worth. It sounds great to save money, but electricity, pneumatic, hydrologic, gravity can all kill.

    Dale GrayDale Gray17 päivää sitten
  • I have never tell somebody to "go back to their country" but I really want to say it to Gabrielle

    Su 2000Su 200017 päivää sitten
  • I used to have a father inlaw that would make waitresses cry. He would be angry before stepping foot in the restaurant. This always upset my stomach and ruined my meal so I stopped ordering food when we went out and so did my daughter. My wife and the rest of her family didn't see what the problem was. I got divorced then my daughter and I left that crazy family behind.

    rick vanlandinghamrick vanlandingham17 päivää sitten
  • How is this Malicious? This should be higher up the chain then that this should be a Nuke+

    KdogeKdoge17 päivää sitten
  • never EVER work without knowing your salary

    naluzonironaluzoniro17 päivää sitten
  • Why did I get the notif a day late?

    Maddison GibsonMaddison Gibson17 päivää sitten
  • do you think they realize that they are ruining the community

    Bruno LehmannBruno Lehmann17 päivää sitten
  • 2:51 i think theirs something is the back ground

    Borebest GamingBorebest Gaming17 päivää sitten
  • Regarding the French chef story: can you get a t shirt which says I'm Not Having A Meltdown, I'm Having A Magical Hoo_Ha? Just because you work in these places doesn't mean that you should have to put up with this behaviour, it'd make a Saint take to blasphemy.

    TriciaTricia17 päivää sitten
  • Because it's not about the money. It's about sending a message. IT companies need a better class of boss

    Lord Inquisitor SecLord Inquisitor Sec17 päivää sitten
  • YES YES YES YES A NEW VIDEO R/ PLEASE MORE MALICIOUS COMPLIANCE PLS

    JASPER LIMPYOJASPER LIMPYO17 päivää sitten
  • mmmmmmm, food, i also plan to learn the culinary arts to make my own food.

    the acid knightthe acid knight17 päivää sitten
  • I noticed that you para-phrase quite a bit? Outside of the obvious words that should be re-worded, why don't you read what's there? Ex. "I just removed the file from my phone." your version is "I'm just gonna remove it from my phone." it takes away from the story. Said the same way as in the story it seems more of like he gave them what they deserved rather than a possibility of it.

    A AndersonA Anderson17 päivää sitten
  • This channel should be called r/howmanyadscanifitinonevideo

    BrennainBrennain17 päivää sitten
  • Encoders talkers

    Kuba srokaKuba sroka17 päivää sitten
    • This is a reference

      Kuba srokaKuba sroka17 päivää sitten
  • in have an idea for a punishment for Gabrielle: Making her work as waitress for at least 2 months and pulling the same stunts every day on her. After enough Karens and agressive Mothers, she'll see what she is doing to these poor waiters

    Yuffie FanYuffie Fan17 päivää sitten
  • Whatever happened to Puppy Bloopers?

    karl grantkarl grant17 päivää sitten
  • Calm down on the adds mate.

    Arturas KarelisArturas Karelis17 päivää sitten
  • I am guessing with the story with the last OP that there were no food inspectors. As for the btch, The name is pronounced fiworld.info/goon/qYacx5uX22upnI0/videot.html

    dancingkitty11dancingkitty1117 päivää sitten
  • NEVER start work without sorting out payment in advance, that's a recipe for exploitation

    Limi VLimi V17 päivää sitten
  • I love how the pronunciation of "Gabrielle" changes almost every time you say it

    Super FandomstuckSuper Fandomstuck17 päivää sitten
  • you sound different bro, ur okay?

    Eky IndraEky Indra17 päivää sitten
  • I never understood bosses like from that last story. They could pay that guy 3x more than they offered and still be better off because now they're loosing money by throwing away product. Not to mention just loosing money to how slow and unorganized the business is. It's just insane.

    Mateusz WojtkiewiczMateusz Wojtkiewicz17 päivää sitten
  • So you can survive in Sudan off 100 usd, gas costs 50-100 usd, and OP makes 60 usd salary. This story bothered my soul to the core, WE NEED UNITS OF TIME.

    Jax AnonJax Anon17 päivää sitten
  • I bet Gabrielle has some mad skillz under the sheets.

    Zamolxes77Zamolxes7717 päivää sitten
  • Honestly, i dont know what life is like where the last OP lives, but *jesus Christ what kind of moron does any work for anyone without having their wage sorted out first.* He was asking to get bent over

    Closer2ZeroCloser2Zero17 päivää sitten
  • You post too much. I can’t keep up. Take a break 😂

    GlaxiiッGlaxiiッ17 päivää sitten
  • Yo Rslash! What’s your favorite Reddit tag/subject?

    Shadow StalkerShadow Stalker17 päivää sitten
  • UPLOAD ON THE OVERWATCH CHANNEL!!!!

    AZN TempoAZN Tempo17 päivää sitten
  • I love to imagine they watched food Wars

    Mandy LeeMandy Lee18 päivää sitten
  • theres so much confusion regarding the numbers. op is saying one machine was about one minute and key parts is PART of a thing worth up to 50k.. okey so lets say op was saying things weirdly and ment that one machine group spit out a new product once a minute so the cycle time can be longer from start to finish, 1 product/minute on average isnt impossible then. but then he goes on to say that the whole facility has to close down during repair but just a 1h meeting and 10min working on the machine lost them 3.5million.. sure that cost match up with the 1 product a minute costing 50k so they never shut down the whole place as 24million would be equal to 8h production time split between all machines in the factory so that means... 2 production lines at most since he stated that it needed to be closed down for 4-8h at least. minimum time of 4h means that at most 2 production lines can exist if 4h downtime equals 24million if they all produce items earning them 50k a minute. idk man all these numbers doesnt ad up somehow for me. and what company are you working at that profits 48million a day based in a 8h workday. but then you can just pay overtime for some workers and all you lose is the overtime cost for the workers as the material and machines wear and tear is the same as if they had produced nonstop. this gets more problematic if they're up 24/7 but seriosly what product is sold for more than 50k as thats just the producing companys profit once a minute 24/7? yes there are companies earning that much but what companies producing stuff is earnin i call bs on that post even if my math is all over the place...

    rasmuskp93rasmuskp9318 päivää sitten
  • Story 1 management really dont understand how fucked safety procedures are until shit hits the fan and (a) costs lost of money to do it the “safe” way, or (b) cant be done at all

    Tamlin GilesTamlin Giles18 päivää sitten
  • Gabrielle has a magical hoo ha. I'm dying hahahahaha

    Jill RaylJill Rayl18 päivää sitten
  • 😂😎

    Katherine KnappKatherine Knapp18 päivää sitten
  • I went to culinary school. But I’m still the least experienced of all my coworkers. Sure, culinary school taught me how to cook. But it didn’t teach me anything about cooking in a restaurant. Experience is often more important than education in the kitchen

    Claire DriggsClaire Driggs18 päivää sitten
  • I guess a Karen in French is called a Gabrielle.

    São João do mundoSão João do mundo18 päivää sitten
  • She wouldn't last a dinner with gorden Ramsay.

    Kaoh GamingKaoh Gaming18 päivää sitten
  • It was a while since r/slash didn’t used the bleep. Satisfying 🥰

    Perceval MahpouyasPerceval Mahpouyas18 päivää sitten
  • As a person named Gabrielle who is often called "Gabriel" it low key pissed me off every time you got the name wrong. I mean how hard is it for people to get it right? :'(

    Gabrielle AustinGabrielle Austin18 päivää sitten
    • As a Gabriel who is often called Gabrielle it pissed me off too. Maybe my name is easier to say and that’s why he kept reverting to it?

      Bob WatsonBob Watson18 päivää sitten
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