Company slammed for threatening to dock month's pay for charging phones
An employee's girlfriend, who has epilepsy, was angry that she could not call him directly for help.
Worker Takes 'Very Expensive' Stand Against Company, Delighting Internet
"I love this," a Redditor wrote. "Corporations rarely ever admit that they're wrong!"
Husband's Revenge on Stepdaughter for Rejecting His Job Offer Sparks Fury
"Your daughter is an adult, she gets to make adult decisions. One of them is not working for her stepfather," one user said.
Employee Told They Owe Company Over $1K After Being Fired
"I received a call and was told not to come to work the next day," the man said. "I also asked for an official termination letter but they ignored that."
Video Reveals 'Abandoned' Buildings Once Home to Burger King and McDonald's
"My favorite videos so far are the Toys R US videos because that store played a big role in my childhood," the video's creator said.
Worker Hailed As 'Entire Department' Quits Multi-Million Firm Over Pay Rise
"When a boss says it's unfair to other workers, it means the other workers also need to get a raise," one user said.
Employees Fired for Refusing to Attend Mandatory Prayer Meetings: Lawsuit
The company owner led the sessions, which included "Bible readings, Christian devotionals, and solicitation of prayer requests from employees," the complaint said.
Man Trolls Company Insisting He Pay 10¢ Phone Charge, Delighting Internet
"I thought I was being punked," he wrote, remembering the incident. "Seriously. I sat in stunned silence for a few moments."
DeSantis Defends Disney Call as Poll Shows Voters Reject Company Punishment
Sixty-two percent of Americans said they were less likely to support a candidate who supports the idea of punishing a company over differing political stances.
Disney's Reputation Will 'Outlast' Political Goals of DeSantis, Republicans
The company's reputation "is not going to falter" over the feud with Florida's governor, a Notre Dame professor told Newsweek.
'F*** You I'm Out:' People in Awe of Wild Email Signatures at Gen Z Company
"God I wish we could all do this. Emails be so formal for no reason," one TikToker said.
Businesses Waited Too Long to Boycott Russia
It's time for executives to decide whether the regimes they're dealing with—and at times, even appeasing to sell products and services to—present an even bigger danger than they realized.
Better Flooded With Negative Reviews Over Mass Zoom Firing As CEO Trashed
The mortgage lender startup's Trustpilot page received numerous one-star reviews after workers were fired over a brief, one-way video call.
Viral TikTok Series 'Improves' Logos for Well-Known Companies
"Her humor is so advanced, that I know she's joking but at the same time I question if she's not," a TikTok user wrote in the comment section.
20 Company 'Secrets' Revealed By Viral TikTok Videos
Workers on TikTok often share behind the scenes content at their places of work, with often revealing results.
Shopify CEO Sends Email to Staff Saying Company Is 'Not a Family'
CEO Tobias Lütke said that employees who engage "in endless Slack trolling, victimhood thinking, us-vs-them divisiveness, and zero sum thinking must be seen for the threat they are."
Navigating the Future of Work in a Work From Anywhere Era
The Future of Work no longer lives in confinement; the Future of Work is everywhere.
Basecamp Software Company Bans Political Talk, Committees at Work
The decision received a widespread backlash from the tech community on Twitter, where Basecamp's founders were called out for being politically active in the past.
Seth Rogen's Houseplant Customers Celebrate Receiving Weed Via Delivery
Houseplant sells both weed and home goods and is described as: "for people who love weed, by people who love weed."
Texas Utility Mistakenly Alerts Customers They Owe $200K for Natural Gas
The email error made customers worry that they owed $200,000 to CenterPoint Energy.
Please Don't Ask Why There Are so Few Black CEOs
Bias and lack of access make for a narrow path forward. It's hard to be what you cannot see.
Axe Body Spray Condemns Capitol Rioters—We're Only One Week into 2021
The trash left behind by the Capitol rioters on Wednesday included a single can of AXE Marine body spray.
Bitcoin Broker Coinbase Announces They Will Not Support Social Activism
He explained that the company would only focus on its mission for an "open financial system for the world," and that focusing on unrelated causes distracts from that mission.
Trump, Republicans Condemn Goodyear After Images Circulate
A slide, allegedly taken during a diversity training session at a plant, has caused many Republicans to speak out against the tire company.
How Will Walmart and Sam's Club Make Their Customers Wear Masks?
The company created a new role for "Health Ambassadors" at its stores who will remind customers that they need a mask and will help come up with solutions when they do not have one.
Twitter Engineers Share List of Terms They'll Swap Out to Be More Inclusive
The new list exchanges racially insensitive and gendered terms for more inclusive ones.
Volvo Recall: 2.2 Million Cars Affected by Seatbelt Malfunction
The car company has issued its largest-ever recall, due to a seatbelt malfunction that can cause front seatbelts to wear and tear.
Tesla's Employee 'Anti Handbook' Handbook Leaked
Elon Musk's motor company ignores typical HR protocol with an informal employee handbook, with sub-headings including "Fun" and "Stupid Things."
'Marriage Story' on Netflix: Adam Driver's Musical Moment Explained
"Marriage Story" has left many Netflix viewers emotionally devastated, particularly after they watch Adam Driver's rendition of Stephen Sondheim's "Being Alive" from "Company."
Mattress Company Hiring an Intern Who Will Literally Be Paid to Sleep
Wakefit, an Indian start-up that describes itself as a "sleep solutions company," is hiring a number of sleep interns to test out their products.