The employee said she was "at a loss" after the meeting with her boss, which sent her scrambling to find another job.
"There was no reason for OP to even ask about it because it's none of her business," one user said.
The wife shared concerns online that her husband would return home angry from work, but talk about how much fun he had with the co-worker that day.
Derek Riddle told Newsweek he asked the delivery man to pose as "a joke" knowing his wife's colleague was watching.
The office worker explained that she didn't receive any cards or gifts for her wedding two years ago, but has been asked twice to donate this time.
"Movies did it all wrong. It was the men that screamed," noted one TikToker.
The TikToker said this isn't the first time the furry creatures have "broken" into their home which is surrounded by pine trees.
Being an extrovert or introvert is "not necessarily about sociability, being shy or social confidence," a consultant at The Myers-Briggs Company, told Newsweek.
The worker showed a polite way of asking "'If you expect me to do the job of three people then I expect you to pay me the salary of three people?" and more.
"Firms are making a horrible mistake to force people back to work," a workforce expert told Newsweek. "They're just begging for trouble."
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"It's like they purposely want to make their employees miserable by making them come in" so the office they paid for is used, one Reddit user said.
Both marriage and divorce rates in the U.S. were reported to have declined in roughly the past 10 years, according to a survey by the U.S. Census Bureau.
"Why are you checking CCTV? Do staff know they are being monitored that way?" asked one commenter on the viral post.
"Tell them you don't need 'educating'....! How bloody dare they! They sound like jumped up little gobsh***s," one user said.
"By the time she finally looked up, it wasn't a pretty sight," the employee recounted in their "Malicious Compliance" post.
"I appreciate the joke but they look too real and I could never eat one. They look... wet." one Redditor said.
The worker said their management reached the decision after strife broke out among the other employees, one of whom said, "I'm bringing a Nazi flag in then."
"The wealthier the client, the cheaper the tip," one Reddit user commented.
"Me thinking about how even more messed up my back would be if I had to sit on that wooden chair for 8 hours," one commenter said.
According to the woman, her boss previously warned her: "If you do not come in, we will consider it your resignation."
"I'm so so sorry this is happening to you...thank you for sharing your story and helping others be aware," wrote one commenter.
"Yeah this is why it won't last. Bosses will have you in the offices soon enough," an angry user wrote.
The moment the entire office erupted into a cheer has been viewed over 3.4 million times.
One Redditor called the move an "excellent idea," adding, "This seems like a person who has had their milk stolen far too many times."
In the TikTok video, computers sat atop long tables in the office space, but there were no employees working at them.
Many commenters encouraged the man to file for a divorce.
"I don't understand why people choose anything except direct, literal and detailed communication though," one commenter said.
"This a***wipe has clearly got away with this nonsense for far too long," said one user.
Her co-workers have suggested she continue to work from home, but she says that's not an option.