The post attracted thousands of comments online.
His mom's reaction after seeing her son on what was her 75th birthday had some viewers "crying."
"A company will never return loyalty," one commenter wrote. "They don't give employees notice when they lay them off or fire them."
Several users of Reddit said they "salute" the female employee for "not putting up with bulls**t."
The interviewer refused to disclose salary information. The interviewee left.
A 2022 study revealed some 50 percent of the sample admitted to having had a crush on a work colleague.
He revealed in a Reddit post that he made the comment after being told his own wife's swimming costume was making others "uncomfortable."
"Yet another private business thinks they're the selective service," one commenter quipped.
"You should not feel guilty, this is capitalism," a Redditor commented. "Playing fair will only result in us losing."
The worker responded by quitting on the spot and walking out.
"We have ensured your safety by underpaying and overworking those essential to the task," one commenter wrote on the viral Reddit post.
After enlisting his help with her own windows, the pair struck up a friendship during breaks, which soon turned into stronger feelings.
"If you served that to me, I'd have probably p**sed myself laughing," a Redditor commented. "You deserved a raise."
The friend was captured sweeping the floors of the closing restaurant so the manager could still make it out to an after-work drink.
"This is such a creative and hilarious way of dealing with snoopy people," a Reddit user said.
"My phone was flooded with text messages," she wrote. "Ding after ding I think I got close to 15 texts."
The worker said she received a lecture in response to using the word "hey."
"Hope they figure something out cause I ain't going," the groom-to-be said.
"Someone hasn't learned happy employees work better," said one commenter.
"Oh for Pete's sake. I say this as a dude myself, if men were any more fragile, they'd be made of stained glass," a user wrote.
Commenters commended the longtime employee for shunning her employer to travel the world.
A viral post inspires Reddit users to confess how they or their colleagues walk in late and walk out early without getting fired.
"She says I've been ripping off the company for the past year by taking the longer route between the offices," the worker claimed.
A Mumsnet user criticized for wanting to go to the gym while on sick leave for a bad back splits opinion online
"I'd be done. Drink makes the truth come out," wrote one commenter on the viral post.
He says his outburst led to his stepson bursting into tears saying that his mother's wedding day was the worst day of his life.
"They're not paying taxes on roughly eight percent of their profits every week off every single worker," a Redditor commented.
"Are you supposed to eat it like corn on the cob?" A woman is being dragged online after she reported a colleague over his "suggestive" banana eating habits.
The married mother had been warned but only began to suspect something after reading messages on his phone.
Commenters agreed that frequent requests for time off and aloofness are often indicative that things are coming to an end.