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BigOreo

  1 month ago

A bit extreme?

A McDonald's employee reportedly resigned by posting an angry note in a local drive-thru. The worker apparently hated the job so much, they closed up shop early Saturday night. The note captures the trend of employees 'rage-quitting their jobs in a tightening labor market.

I thought the norm was to at least give 2 weeks, maybe I'm old school and this is the new trend.
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echo44

  1 month ago
WOW that's extreme. I have to say they were either VERY disgruntled or that's a young person for you... grow up, you can't treat people like that unless they've really treated you like that. Even then, as an adult there's ways you can settle the score through having your employer reviewed and fired too rather than hurting the company's business Reply
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jennyjay120

  1 month ago
I guess that employee is having some regrets since his resignation made the news Reply
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noravandoninck

  1 month ago
No, unacceptable. Grow up and join the business world. Reply
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dccarter51

  1 month ago
Yes you should give notice but not everyone can leave on decent terms . Its too badc Reply
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R6814371q

  1 month ago
Don't blame him if the working condition were bad or toxic, why put up with it. If it was on good terms then working notice would be nice to do. Reply
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InsertUniqueNameHere

  1 month ago
2 weeks notice is sometimes not even honors by employers to be honest with you, in min. wage type jobs anynway...which are basically the ones that "rage quit" etc. I think people have always rage quit, it just wasn't a trend. lol Also maybe if you get treated fairly you'd give 2 weeks notice, but if not, why should you treat them much better? Reply
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