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15 Terrible Bosses Who Started 2022 By Pissing People Off

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In 2021, many workers who slogged through the COVID-19 pandemic quit their jobs—The Great Resignation—causing employers to scramble and find replacements. There was also a surge in union activity with many employees forming collectives or going on strike to secure more pay and better benefits. On social media, workers everywhere started sharing their experiences with bad bosses, wage theft, horrible working conditions, low pay, and long hours.

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After decades of stagnant wages and rising costs, workers have had enough. One place they’re gathering to vent their frustrations is Reddit’s r/AntiWork. We’re a week into 2022 and the worker uprising shows no sign of slowing. Here are some of the most frustrating stories people have posted about being mistreated by their bosses so far this year.

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1. Don’t let your boss pick your pocket

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2. This boss probably wouldn’t work for $14 an hour either

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3. Nothing like exploiting teenagers

4. Who wouldn’t want a job where know more than your boss and still make less money?

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5. We should be throwing money at nurses

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6. Gotta keep those ski lifts humming

7. Might as well be in a dungeon somewhere

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8. There oughtta be a law

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9. What part of “I’M SICK” do you not get?

10. “Kick rocks”

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11. Somehow it’s worse than nothing

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12. This would stress me out so much more, on top of the stress of knowing I was working for a sociopath

13. ARE YOU KIDDING ME??

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14. Are the all caps really necessary?

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15. Not like we’re in the middle of a spiking pandemic or anything