None of us should want to live in a world where hundreds of thousands of truckers are suddenly thrown out of work.
"I have walked out on jobs for far less than that," one commenter wrote.
The clip has been viewed over 3 million times as the hopeful air hostess slammed the interview questions while recording her answer.
At the moment, there is a lack of binding regulation on companies when it comes to human rights and environmental abuses.
Americans got hefty raises last year, but those fatter paychecks failed to keep the typical worker afloat as consumer prices soared.
The role has been described as a "sommelier of hot sauces, a surveyor of spiciness, and a specialist of the Scoville scale."
"Everyone got sick eventually at the store because he did this crap to everyone," the employee wrote in a viral thread.
Some 10.6 million jobs are currently available in the U.S., but with only 6.3 million currently unemployed workers, the gap between job openings and the number of available workers has never been higher.
"You guys really ought to read the contracts you have us sign. Pretty wild stuff in there," the contractor said.
"If you cannot pay a living wage you shouldn't be in business," one commenter wrote.
"What MORAL justification do you have for making our jobs harder simply because you're legally allowed to?" the usher asked.
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"Another one of those people who misdirect their anger at the wrong person," one commenter wrote.
"They know it's easier to lure you back than train a new person," one commenter wrote.
The Redditor told Newsweek he began looking for a new job not long after he received notice that he was to return to the office.
"Screaming racial slurs at someone publicly sounds extremely serious to me," one commenter wrote.
"Food prices are so high. I swear milk is more expensive these days. It's easier to eat once a day and saves money," one commenter wrote.
His boss allegedly told him he "can't leave" as it would be "debilitating" for all of his co-workers.
"They want someone who will be their servant, not an employee," one commenter wrote.
The company told their employees that they had one year to return to office even if it meant relocating, the post claims.
Many people lost their jobs or are not receiving wages. It estimated that 700,000 to 900,000 jobs could be lost by June.
"Managers really have the nerve to guilt trip you into going to work when you're not supposed to be there," noted one commenter.
"You've just had a preview of the company culture," one person wrote.
"That sounds like something a two year old would say," one commenter wrote.
The account manager claimed in a viral post that they've worked the job for five years, answering just two calls a week, without anyone seeming to notice.
"The reality is that a LOT of jobs are like this," one commenter wrote.
"You have a toxic workplace that is preventing you from moving forward," one commenter wrote.