An employee's girlfriend, who has epilepsy, was angry that she could not call him directly for help.
"I'm in severe financial difficulty right now," shared the mom. "I can't spare a month's wage to give back to them."
The union representing the workers at the San Francisco Airport said they haven't seen a pay raise in three years.
"They love to tout the virtues of capitalism until they fail to keep up with labor costs," one user commented.
"I kind of fear for the employees if this basic OSHA info is being suppressed," one commenter said on Reddit.
"That is not worth $1 an hour or under," said Janice. "That's not worth $100 an hour to work that way, in my opinion."
The manager "practically forced" him to add on a large order of wings and 2-liter sodas to the supposedly free package, said the employee.
"Russians continue to massively refuse to go on a dangerous business trip," the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine's Defense Ministry said.
"They're banking on workers either being too intimidated or not informed enough to stand up for themselves," one user commented.
"At my last straw I was working full time, no days off with the wife, and no money (literally) after scraping by with what I needed for rent," said the worker.
"Didn't give 2 weeks notice, very inconsiderate, quit for no reason," said the scribbled note that went viral on Reddit.
Sethy Gabriel made $43,000 a year as a teacher in Ohio, compared with $65,000 to $70,000 as a Walmart Coach, he said.
"I'm having to consider working a [second] job at a local factory because of this f**king place," said the university police officer.
"We need someone who is into work more than money," said the recruiter's reply to applicant Aryan Aggarwal.
Reddit users urged the woman to take the job offer that came with a raise, benefits and bonuses.
A Reddit post received a flurry of comments from users, with some agreeing that there's no difference whether you make "20k, or 200k a year," while others disagreed.
"Don't ever sell yourself short," the father told the babysitter. "You don't need to be stressed out all night for the price of one movie ticket."
"I'd just make something up," suggested one Redditor in response to the viral post.
"Your company can be sued and the employees will win," said one commenter. "They need to stop. Blacklisting is illegal."
Concerns about inflation and wages come as the United States has entered its first bear market since 2020.
"Do the work you're paid to do, get time and experience in, and look for a better-paying job," said one commenter on the viral post.
"You don't respect cleaning as a job at all do you? Sounds like you think she's just some skivvy," said one commenter.
"The fact that it even has a chance to be legal is f***ing disgusting" one comment read.
"Included is a practical guide that is full of handy hints and tips on how to manage your money," the letter from Eddie Stobart said.
"Before they realize what they did was wrong, you should get in writing, from who fired her, the reason why," one comment read.
Hard Eight BBQ has been ordered to pay the withheld wages to 910 employees across five restaurants.
"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.
"Needless to say, you can't legally tell us not to discuss wages in the good ol' U.S. of A."
The American Trucking Associations estimated in February that the U.S. has a shortage of about 80,000 truck drivers.
Simon Jackson has since left the company where he posted his new living arrangement.