r/Maliciouscompliance Why is it that bosses everywhere are so incredibly stupid? In today's episode, OP gets fired from her job as a teacher because she wasn't wearing a uniform, even though she's not required to wear a uniform. OP just shrugs and moved on with her life because they were making her work for free anyway. The next day, OP's boss calls her back wondering why she isn't at work. "You fired me, remember? Be careful what you wish for!"
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