We’ve all had days that made us want to quit on the spot, but those horrible experiences at work probably don’t hold a candle to these true workplace nightmares. Let’s all draft a letter of resignation together, shall we?

1. Cash, Not Credit

In high school, I got a job working in a family-owned sporting goods/shoe store. The second day, I worked the closing shift with the owner’s daughter. The register didn’t balance, and the owner said that half of the shortage was coming out of my paycheck because “who knows who was really responsible?” I had only processed two sales, both credit card sales.

I didn’t even touch the cash. 17-year-old me didn’t know that that was illegal, but I did know that it was complete nonsense. I quit on the spot.


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