Employee Asks For Raise, Company Forbids Employees from Discussing Pay

When the topic of raises came up, this store manager decided to send out a company-wide email forbidding employees from openly discussing their salaries. The problem there is that that violates labor laws, and this genius decided to put their policy into writing. An unfair boss can be the source of drama and justice, like this security guard who go the last laugh or this manager who tried to fire an employee for following the rules.

When the topic of raises came up, this store manager decided to send out a company-wide email forbidding employees from openly discussing their salaries. The problem there is that that violates labor laws, and this genius decided to put their policy into writing. An unfair boss can be the source of drama and justice, like this security guard who go the last laugh or this manager who tried to fire an employee for following the rules.

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Work Email Fails That Haunt People At Night

Twitter user @mo87mo87 started a thread about work email fails, and people were quick to offer their excruciating experiences. Many of us have lived to regret sending off an email or text without taking the extra minute to make sure it’s without typos. Nothing compares to that moment of profound panic right when you hit “send” and realize what you’ve done. 

Twitter user @mo87mo87 started a thread about work email fails, and people were quick to offer their excruciating experiences. Many of us have lived to regret sending off an email or text without taking the extra minute to make sure it’s without typos. Nothing compares to that moment of profound panic right when you hit “send” and realize what you’ve done. 

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Employee Points Out Boss’s Mistake In This Surprisingly Hopeful Thread

Boss-employee confrontations aren’t always terrible, as it turns out. Imgur user DiscriminativeStimulus posted an email correspondence with their boss when the company made a mistake by paying them too much in over time. Shockingly, both parties acted like rational adults and justice was had all the same, which gives us a tiny bit more hope in this world.

But if you’re in the mood to feel angry at your job, click here for some frustrated work memes via Fail Blog!

Boss-employee confrontations aren’t always terrible, as it turns out. Imgur user DiscriminativeStimulus posted an email correspondence with their boss when the company made a mistake by paying them too much in over time. Shockingly, both parties acted like rational adults and justice was had all the same, which gives us a tiny bit more hope in this world.

But if you’re in the mood to feel angry at your job, click here for some frustrated work memes via Fail Blog!

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Client Demands Unblocked Spam Filter, Regrets His Decision

There’s nothing quite like that sweet “I told you so feeling” you get when a customer gets exactly what they wanted and learns that they screwed up. It feels good to drink in the visceral feeling of an outsmarted horrible customer. Customers are often wrong, but too few of us don’t give a rip, so this kind of interaction is as rare as it is sweet.

There’s nothing quite like that sweet “I told you so feeling” you get when a customer gets exactly what they wanted and learns that they screwed up. It feels good to drink in the visceral feeling of an outsmarted horrible customer. Customers are often wrong, but too few of us don’t give a rip, so this kind of interaction is as rare as it is sweet.

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Guy Captures The Escalating Stress Of Emailing The Landlord

Twitter user @calebsaysthings ignited a passionate discussion about just how terrible landlords can be when it comes to addressing tenants’ concerns. Nothing quite gets the blood boiling like the experience of trying to navigate a landlord who is a terrible communicator, and never follows through on fixing sh*t that needs fixing in apartments. 

Twitter user @calebsaysthings ignited a passionate discussion about just how terrible landlords can be when it comes to addressing tenants’ concerns. Nothing quite gets the blood boiling like the experience of trying to navigate a landlord who is a terrible communicator, and never follows through on fixing sh*t that needs fixing in apartments. 

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Client Refuses to Understand What Broken Arm Entails

This guy gets a lot of belligerent customers, whether they’re a private school upset about getting upgrades after a charity or a treasurer who doesn’t understand numbers. In this case it’s a client who seems to want him to outsource the work, but also not outsource it at the same time. Sounds like a fun person to do business with.

This guy gets a lot of belligerent customers, whether they’re a private school upset about getting upgrades after a charity or a treasurer who doesn’t understand numbers. In this case it’s a client who seems to want him to outsource the work, but also not outsource it at the same time. Sounds like a fun person to do business with.

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Memes To Help Start Your Day On A Funny Note

While this hasn’t been approved by the FDA, we happen to think that memes should be a part of a balanced breakfast. There’s no mood-boosting substitute for silly shitposts, and coffee can only put so much pep in your step. We put these memes together to help you wake up on the right side of the bed. What you go from there is up to you.

While this hasn’t been approved by the FDA, we happen to think that memes should be a part of a balanced breakfast. There’s no mood-boosting substitute for silly shitposts, and coffee can only put so much pep in your step. We put these memes together to help you wake up on the right side of the bed. What you go from there is up to you.

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Abusive Customer Refuses To Pay Deposit and Demands to Speak To Owner On Bereavement Leave, Gets Slammed

This business owner has a history of taking absolutely no shit as well as having an incredible mouth on em. Basically the perfect combo to stop any rude and annoying customer in their tracks. Seriously, check out what this guy said to a private school when he upgraded their charity before them. Total Legend.

It starts off with an interaction between the customer and the admin manager, then after enough annoyance, Chelsea brings in the big guns.

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Funny Times August 2019 Issue


Funny Times August 2019 Cover Mueller Popular Culture

Cartoons about Clowns . Politicians . Diet . Beauty . Women . Travel . Dogs .  Grandparenting . Monsters . Employment . Toys and more!

With cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Clay Bennett, Bizarro, Marc Bilgrey, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Martin Bucella, Jon Carter, Jack Compère, Dave Coverly,  J.C. Duffy, Jeff Hobbs, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Tim Lockley, Scott Masear, Brian McFadden, Steve McGinn, Chris Monroe, P.S. Mueller, Drew Panckeri, Mark Parisi, Rina Piccolo, Stephanie Piro, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Leigh Rubin, Graham Sale, Maria Scrivan, Jim Shoenbill, Barbara Smaller, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, Chris Wildt, Phil Witte, Matt Wuerker, Adam Zyglis, Zippy  . . . and lots more!

In This Issue:

Remembering What It’s Like To Be A Kid
By Raymond Lesser

Oh, The Cases Mueller Found!
By Colin MdEnroe

Circus Sale
By Jackie Allison

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

Stay Uncomfortable!
By Gretchen Volk

In Life, My Wife Got Shortchanged
By Tim Jones

Mission: Alaska
By Eric Glaberson

Don’t Fence Me In
By Peter McKay

Patient Refuses To Have Appendix Removed
By Chris Hume

The Tell-Tale Solar Robotic Toy
By Janet Periat

Click To Unsubscribe
By Phil Witte

It’s A Super Market
By David Brinn Silly

Work Is A Four Letter Word
By Stacia Friedman

PLUS:

Cartoons about Beauty
Curmudgeon looks at Physical Fitness
Dave Maleckar’s 100 Word Rant
News Of The Weird
Harper’s Index
Cartoons about August
News & Political Cartoons
Cartoons about Monsters

More Funny Stuff …

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