Lindsay Hanson, a freelance business coach, asked one of the most relatable questions on TikTok:
She asked her fellow millennials to share the moment they realized they were working in a toxic workplace. She shared her own eye-opening moment when she asked her senior to have lunch with her but he declined, saying he doesn't want the other employees to see him taking a lunch break.
Soon enough the responses poured in and needless to say, the system is broken. Workers shared their own shocking experiences and it was a lot.
You can watch Lindsay's TikTok video below:
I bet corporate was delighted by that convenient loophole I'm sure they didn't take advantage of
At this instance, this is no longer a bad boss, he is a horrible human being
Obviously your trauma doesn't stock the shelves and man the registers so you have to come in to work tomorrow
You, a human, got sick after working so hard? Unimaginable! Impossible!
How dare an employee take their mandatory break when they could have used that precious time to work for an audit two months into the future!
Where do people get this much confidence that they can sexually harass not one, but two colleagues?
This is so random but you kind of have to sign this NDA and no, silly, you can't ask why because we are not done covering it up
I'm so sorry for your loss and as a symbol of our empathy we left the bathrooms filthy for you to clean when you clock in later
We value your privacy but we reserve the right to monitor your calls randomly without your knowledge and use what you say against you
You have to make up that lie? Just go for the classic your car broke down! Don't fake a life-threatening illness!
We like employees who come to us with solutions instead of problems. Seems like you fit the bill. Thank you for sending your kids away to line the pockets of our corporate overlords.
Drop the name of the company, queen. They sound delightful!
You have to move your wedding because I forgot to pencil it in the schedule
Did you report your boss to HR?
25 cents is better than a pizza party
That is an excellent display of "we are all family here"
There were so many realizations during the pandemic
Imagine being a manager and thinking this was an okay thing to say to your employee who just miscarried
There is no good enough reason to waste years of your life stuck at a dead-end toxic job. A healthy working environment is vital to the productivity of employees.
If the managers and other employees are making the environment so stressful that some employees dread going to work daily, then it's not a place worthy of your skills and labor. Yes, we need jobs, but we have to realize that these businesses need us too.