On a power trip! Workers reveal the VERY demanding requests of their unreasonable managers – from making all men sit to use the toilet to 3am text messages
- Worrying photos show managers who abuse their power in the workplace
- Snaps from around the world show an employer who refuses to supply water
- A passive aggressive note demands men must sit down while on the toilet
- A car park sign dictates that customers must park for a minumum of two hours
Most of us have experienced an overbearing boss at some stage in our working life, but it seems that some managers really let the power trip of being in charge go to their heads.
From a manager texting at 3am to ask an employee to come in the next morning to a note warning workers to ‘stop crying’ before returning to the shop floor, social media users from across the globe have revealed signs and messages from bosses nobody wants to work for.
Among the other workplace snaps, which were collated in an online gallery by Nature World Today, was an office note forbidding employees from ‘stealing’ water.
In another photograph, a sign dictated that all male employees should sit down while using the toilet.
No time for tears! A gallery collated by Nature World Today shows what some people have to put up with in workplaces around the world when there’s an overbearing boss in charge
Passive aggressive messaging! If it wasn’t for the eleventh addition on this angry manager’s list, this sign would be dangerously close to being completely ridiculous
Calm down, Charles! This note poseted in an American workplace threatens to press charges against employees ‘stealing’ water from the company
The manager of this shop made it abundantly clear that there’s no room for loitering on the premises
A very rude wake up call! One employee was not impressed to find their manager had texted them in the small hours of the morning to ask them to come in
Unfortunately, this is not toilet humour! One UK company’s demands extended to dictating how male workers should use the bathroom
Hostile environment! A British startup Standard Toilet designed a new facility with a slanted seat to make it uncomfortable for people to sit on it for too long, thus cutting down on bathroom breaks
This note, in an unknown location, leaves quite a few unanswered questions, but primarily: who is the unlucky smell checker?
This US-based management sign directed at employees is not only unfair but illegal – companies cannot dictate the holiday days an employee takes
Strict schedule! This US business doesn’t want workers drinking coffee or using their phone outside designated times
Safety not first! It’s no surprise if employees are reluctant to use the elevator at this company in the US
Implying that ‘girls’ will put weights back for men who are too weak makes a mockery of women – and an incredibly uninviting gym environment
These dictator-like rules from a US-based management department are likely to lose them staff faster than the time it took to type the note
What ‘research’ is this establishment doing exactly? Whatever is it, it screams lawsuits and jail time