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15 Times Employees Were Pushed So Far They Had To Quit!

| Right | June 15, 2020

Dear readers,

There comes a time when an employee is pushed so far, either by a manager or bad customer, that they are officially done. They get to look their persecutor in the eye, and so those two magical words that they never expect to hear:

“I quit!”

We’ve gone through our archives to find 15 tales of employees quitting in style!


Writing You A Blanco Check To Stay – Their true colors are showing.

Rattled Enough To Quit – Next time make sure your burger is what you think it is…

Ask And Ye Shall Receive Nothing – They won’t be bossing you around anymore!

Pot-Shot Calling The Coworker Slack – Having a work/life balance requires planning.

Doesn’t Take Much To Weed Out The Bad Ones – And in a puff of smoke, you’re gone!

From A Day Off To An Awful Day – When your next scheduled day never happened.

Giving Bad Managers A Pizza Your Mind – You gotta quit before you get burned.

Fun With Mistaken Identities – Even when it’s not real, it’s extremely satisfying!

This Boss Needs Work – When you already quit, but the problems keep coming.

Let Sleeping Bosses Lie – Don’t call her for anything except to say “I quit!”

Mails A Thousand Papers But Doesn’t Get The Message – When they can’t accept you really did quit!

If Boys Will Be Boys Then They Need To Stop – Pure, delicious… karma!

Should Have Quit Earlier On Balance – When you quit and nothing changes…

No Wonder The Video Rental Business Is Dying – A perfect use of a post-it note!

Not Gonna Quit On One Last Act Of Kindness – Ending on a high note! We don’t know what caused this guy to quit, but we’re glad he did it in style!


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