The streaming service also wants the winner to document their whole true-crime sitting on social media.
"Her family/holiday plans aren't more important than yours," a user wrote.
"I don't think any amount of money could get my to work that schedule," one commenter wrote.
The original poster said that the company president was requiring all employees to pay for food at the event.
"Your employer is going to [be] liable for a very embarrassing case of unfair dismissal against them and a huge payout," one commenter said.
Many commenters railed against managers who require employees to ask coworkers to cover shifts they cannot work.
"What was the plan, to get you fired so he could backfill your role?" asked one commenter on the viral Twitter post.
"I have literally never understood why someone would think it's ok to eat someone else's food from work," one TikToker said.
"We expect you to be miserable here. But don't forget to smile!," one commenter wrote, sarcastically.
"How many red flags can you fit on a single job listing?" a Redditor commented. "The answer may surprise you."
One commenter shared that employees working to the point of "burnout" can be seen as a "badge of honor."
"This kind of respect is part of what separates 'Leaders' from 'Bosses,'" said one commenter.
"Start looking for another job immediately," one commenter wrote.
Commenters were quick to share stories of their own experiences having to pay for water while at work.
"Silence for about 5 seconds as I assume he realised I was following his express instructions, and there was nothing he could do," the post read.
"Seriously. Employers 'joking' about termination in such serious times should not get to be let go lightly," wrote one commenter.
"Publicly humiliating an employee while firing him is just pure evil," one commenter wrote.
The Redditor said that even if the post was an April Fools joke, "jokes on them."
"Sounds like a very good opportunity for the former employees to get together and start their own company," one commenter wrote.
"Dude is on point. Very true words," one user commented.
The Redditor said that although she enjoys cooking for husband, cooking for his colleagues was not a "pleasant experience."
"They offered me [a] 33% pay increase over my 'fake' salary which is in reality a 70% increase of my actual full package" the man said.
"The new American Dream is to leave America," said the American expat.
"Dream job status," one commenter wrote.
"She is immature and then when she finds out the sentimental reason she doubles down and calls him an attention seeker for grieving," one commenter wrote.
The executive said in an email earlier this month that inflation would mean people would be willing to work at the restaurant for less money and longer hours.
Ohio teacher Jay Bowman was working as a substitute when several students asked him about a rainbow-colored bracelet he was wearing.
"I prefer to live my life not worried about being popular or sharing my life with people who couldn't give a sh*t about it," one commenter wrote.
"I recently got asked to submit a resume that had no gaps going back to high school," one commenter wrote.
"Am I not allowed to have a life outside of work anymore?" she asked in her post.