r/Maliciouscompliance In today's episode, a stuck-up worker at a company thinks that she's so valuable that company would crumble without her. That also gives her the confidence to go around treating people like garbage. When the opportunity arises for her to switch her job to a contract-based position, her boss is more than happy to maliciously comply. Then, he just doesn't renew her contract! Turns out, the boss had been looking for a way to fire her for years, and she just handed him a good excuse.
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