The only time I’ve ever gotten written up at work was my first job out of college. We had to share desks with employees working other shifts, and I shared with this awful woman who didn’t understand the concept of “sharing.” After leaving a crappy note one day instructing me not to use her stapler, (which I don’t think I even had touched) I shot off a strongly word email back at her. I forget what exactly it said, but knowing me I probably deserved it. Also, no regrets.
This Redditor, on the other hand, posted the following note this weekend — claiming that a buddy of his had gotten written up at work for disruptive behavior that sounds like maybe it didn’t so much warrant disciplinary action. Details of the occurrence state:
Complaints from other employees: ____ is singing “This Is How We Glue It” at the gluing station.
“Be Quieter.” Nice work, anonymous employee supervisor. I mean, I guess there are worse problems to have at work then a guy who sings all the time. I know of at least one person who would have no problem with this whatsoever, anyway: