Gendered racism must be eliminated to make workplaces healthy for everyone.
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"Any place that is so anal about paying the staff is a place you should sprint away from and never look back," a Redditor commented.
"Whoever said 'cheaters don't prosper' clearly didn't live in the real world," the man said.
This shift offers something promising.
The avid reader will be provided with popular books in return for "cold, hard cash."
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"My husband however is being really pushy about me working full time as opposed to 'just working 30 hours,'" a woman wrote in an online post that has gained widespread support.
The lucky applicant will get their food, accommodation and travel paid for during the role.
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"Question.. as a millennial... how do y'all not get fired? or yelled at?" one person asked.
"Life is too short to not take planned vacations for someone who would drop you without giving it a second thought," said one reply on the Reddit post.
Commenters pointed out the differing opinions toward cannabis and alcohol in the U.S.
The lucky applicant will also get a year's free supply of wine to enjoy.
"Hopefully you're in a situation that allows you to start looking for another job," one commenter said.
"I have literally never understood why someone would think it's ok to eat someone else's food from work," one TikToker said.
One commenter shared that employees working to the point of "burnout" can be seen as a "badge of honor."
"Silence for about 5 seconds as I assume he realised I was following his express instructions, and there was nothing he could do," the post read.
The Redditor said that even if the post was an April Fools joke, "jokes on them."
"Don't waste my time trying to judge reactions and trying to cut me down," the applicant fumed.
The Redditor said that although she enjoys cooking for husband, cooking for his colleagues was not a "pleasant experience."
The swimmer claimed to have even offered to work unpaid for the short period of time needed to attend trials.
"If they are this disorganized and seem kind of unprofessional, you don't want the job, it's going to be a nightmare," one TikToker commented.
The employee says that their employer has consistently gone against the promised "flexible" work environment.
The man says the move not only impacted three years of future events, it also erased the past.
The video received 3 million views in under 24 hours with commenters loving the "genius" idea to stay "active."
Belgium announced this week that a four-day workweek would become possible for workers across the country.