Members of a popular anti-work forum scoffed at the notion candidates should not ask about salary, benefits, hours and other pertinent work topics.
She was left with little choice after her boss demanded everyone in attendance at a Zoom meeting should have their cameras on.
"You guys need to communicate better," one commenter wrote.
"I can proudly say I am getting paid to sleep at work!" said one of the company's employees
"I'm glad I resigned because it showed them I wasn't going to be treated like that and be taken advantage of," the worker told Newsweek.
Commenters also took notice of a glaring, unfortunate typo included at the end of the sign.
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The woman left the role after being "harassed" by her boss and didn't hold back when asked what the job was like.
"Sometimes people just need to accept that 'I can't right now' is legitimate," one user pointed out.
Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev said that laying off around 340 employees would help the company be "responsive to the changing needs of our customers."
"You're supposed to immediately say April fools," a TikTok viewer wrote.
"If having a phone is mandatory for the job, then they should provide one," one commenter wrote.
"It's not just about missing your sister's wedding. It's about setting boundaries now for how your boss is allowed to treat you," one commenter wrote.
"You need to find someone to work your shift, or you work your shift," the boss said.
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Manager Craig Harker said he is usually "inundated" with sloppy applications.
"It's the move of a boss on a power trip who hates that they can no longer boss you around," one commenter wrote.
"Question.. as a millennial... how do y'all not get fired? or yelled at?" one person asked.
"The person who sent me that email would straight-up never see me ever again for the rest of their life," said one commenter.
His wife retorted that she might have had similar earning power if she "hadn't taken years out to raise our children."
"I'm absolutely annoyed by the pettiness of this owner," one commenter wrote.
"She'll have to let him know by tomorrow if she's going to choose the trip or the job," the teen's parent posted on Tuesday.
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"As long as my activities outside of work do not cause a conflict of interest by working there, it doesn't matter," one commenter wrote.
"The happiest I've been was when my work shut down for 12 weeks," one commenter wrote.
"There's a reason that they don't want us to talk about it because we're gonna realize that we're being underpaid and taken advantage of," the woman said.
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"Roofing is one of the most dangerous jobs around. F*** that loser cheapskate," one commenter wrote.