An IT Department Manager shared their story of being forced to work on the 4th of July by a "Bad VP." The story was shared on Reddit's r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit by Reddit user, u/TheLightningCount1, who shared their brilliant method of exacting what revenge they could on the uncaring VP by charging a massive 4th of July office party to the company card.
Having a holiday off of work is one of the best changes of pace you could possibly ask for. It offers you a chance to do something different in order to escape from the monotony of your weekly routine. That's why they exist. They're intended to be a day where you can escape from it all to spend the day with loved ones or in a beloved place.
Working a holiday completely spoils this essential experience and is one of the most toxic parts of the modern working landscape. Recent trends such as Black Friday and midnight openings on Thanksgiving have helped to erode the sanctity of these days. Now, working a service job or retail often means having to miss this holiday time so that you can keep your job.
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