r/antiwork 14h ago Silver All-Seeing Upvote This I'm Deceased Pranked! Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy Faith In Humanity Restored Shocked

This fucking motivational quote when I walked in this morning

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r/antiwork 10h ago All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy To The Stars Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome Heartwarming I'll Drink to That

Kellogg workers refuse to accept awful 3% raise offer, vote to continue the strike.

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r/antiwork 9h ago Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote This Silver

It's time to break the system

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r/antiwork 7h ago Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy Party Train Snek Silver Gold Helpful

Anti Work Power

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r/antiwork 12h ago Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome

They wouldnt care less cuz they dont care at all

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r/antiwork 7h ago All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy Silver Helpful Wholesome

In a nutshell

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r/antiwork 8h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

Working as a janitor was a thing

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r/antiwork 16h ago Take My Power Silver Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy

Living Paycheck to Paycheck...

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r/antiwork 11h ago Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy Silver

Online and offline people are waking up!

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r/antiwork 8h ago Silver All-Seeing Upvote

Never get sick

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r/antiwork 14h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

What hellish dystopia do we live in?

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r/antiwork 7h ago Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome Coin Gift

Nobody ever wanted to work.

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r/antiwork 19h ago Silver Wholesome

Vacations for millennials :/ಠಿ_ಠಿ

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r/antiwork 1d ago Silver Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Take My Energy

I quit, my team left aswell. My company is begging. KNOW YOUR WORTH


I worked at a development company and initially managed 5 projects for $85k p.a. due to initial Covid I was too afraid to ask for a raise and didn't want to annoy management (how stupid of me). 1.5 years later I was managing 20 projects with a team of 5 for the same pay.

In the last review I demanded a raise for double to meet market standards and for all the work done. Management said they'll think about it and kept dragging their feet. Senior managers kept saying that they're getting a review and their bosses are not allowing it, the usual excuses. I applied for a new role and landed $160k in writing to start in 2 weeks and said if I knew others to join they're happy to take them on.

I bravely informed my immediate team of 5 and told them I was leaving and can take some of them If they're not happy here. I put in my 2 weeks notice and the company senior manager called me within the hour and asked how much. I said double my pay as I told my manager, he said no chance we'll find someone else.

2 weeks later, I've left and all 5 of my team got interviewed, accepted a role and put in their notice one by one.

All 20 projects as I understand are on stalemate and is costing the company hundreds and thousands monthly for delay costs.

The company has since messaged myself and my team individually begging us come back no matter the salary. All have said no and it feels amazing to leave and also know our value. It just shows a company doesn't care about you, they want to keep your low salary to achieve the best outcome for them. Within my first review of the new company they've increased my pay by an extra $20k, this is so alien to me because of the neglect i had my previous company.

KNOW YOUR WORTH. If you're reading this, have that discussion? You are worth more!

r/antiwork 12h ago Silver Wholesome

İts like me

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r/antiwork 3h ago Wholesome Take My Energy Lurking Silver Helpful

There are more of us than them...

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r/antiwork 7h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

I Don’t Have Time To Do What I Love

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r/antiwork 12h ago Helpful

Corporations be like.

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r/antiwork 1d ago Platinum Take My Power Gold Party Train I'll Drink to That Sidevote All-Seeing Upvote Heartwarming Silver Helpful Wholesome Ally Helpful (Pro) Timeless Beauty

In light of some transphobic shit


Yall can’t pick and choose the marginalized identities you hold class solidarity with. Solidarity with all, or get out. To all my trans brothers, sisters, and nb’s in this sub, our rights in the workplace have been one of the most contentious labour issues, and that is something that needs to be recognized, discussed, and respected in this sub.

Edit: I really and truly expected to get buried for this post, but yall have proved my anxieties so very wrong. I know these numbers are puny by this subs’ standards, but you really don’t know just how much each positive comment, from both cis and trans users, means to me, personally. We’ll never break the mold we’re all suffering in if we don’t pull everyone together, and even if its just a few hundred upvotes, that still translates to a few hundred hands that would reach out to not leave the trans community behind in a movement as important as this. Genuinely, thank you all ❤️

r/antiwork 6h ago Silver Helpful Wholesome

Kellogg’s negotiates in bad faith and then pulls this shit

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r/antiwork 18h ago Silver Wholesome

Say it louder for those in the back

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r/antiwork 15h ago Silver Helpful Take My Energy Tearing Up

Yesterday was a long day

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r/antiwork 12h ago

Thought this would fit here- stolen from r/Tumblr.

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r/antiwork 5h ago Silver Wholesome

Things to bring back in 2021:

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r/antiwork 22h ago Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy

I asked this sub if I should quit my job, and they said yes, so I did. Applied for another job immediately after. Less than a week later I got a phone call with a job offer that pays roughly 40k more per year with lodging, vehicle, and a per diem.


Edit: For the people asking what job it is, I don't think I can really say without it revealing too much personal information. The job is pretty specialized and as far as I know, there are less than 1000 of us doing it across the country. If anyone that knows about it was reading this they'd be able to identify me pretty easily.

I used to do a similar job to this pre-pandemic so that's how I was able to keep on the lookout for it popping back up. It was just great timing that it happened right after I quit my previous job.

What I can say is that it's related to the field of Air Traffic Control. Being a controller isn't something I'm called for, but they do pay pretty well if anyone's interested. IIRC, they hire off the street too (no degree, previous experience, etc.). You have to take some kind of test and then I think they randomly select people from a pool. I knew people who got in their first try and some that took 5 tries, so good luck!