You are sick, you take medicine, your car breaks down, you take a taxi. The note of the company that does not give permission goes viral
The United States recently faced its highest 'dropout rate' in 20 years. This forced the Peë Research Center to survey workers on all the reasons why they left their jobs. Surprisingly to many, the top two reasons included low wages and lack of opportunities for advancement. What about the third reason? Feeling disrespected at work.
57% of respondents said that disrespect was among their main reasons. Soon after that came dealing with childcare issues and struggling with inflexibility.
An employee's post went viral when a company made some strange rules.
There are no calls from this hour, at this hour.
You don't have a nanny, find one.
Sick child, buy medicine.
You are sick yourself, take medicine.
If your car breaks down, take a taxi.
We're a $1 million company, let's act like one.
The photo of the note left written in black on white has gone viral.
Companies, even 1 million dollar ones, especially those, should have backup staff in case employees have problems.
Other people pointed out the spelling mistakes that were made in the note.
Have you encountered any such cases in your work?