Here are 10 of the best ways to take revenge on an employer: 1. In recognition of this difficulty, thanks again Sam for all the free, but quality, advice posted here! Notified employer/CEO in person of my circumstance (fyi, this is a family owned business). Let us know in the comments section... ยฉ2020 DeltaQuest Media. Ironically it was four years ago my employer tried to fire me. Published: 05/12/2017 | Updated: 05/31/2019 by Financial Samurai 75 Comments, “What is the most resilient parasite? 3) SheÂ will command a huge compensation package because sheÂ will say all the right things and promise the world. I applied, interviewed, and was turned down for the job.Â I was told that the company decided to hire a more qualified applicant. The case is still ongoing. The person who left the company was the head of the department. Yes yes yes. Simple! How To Engineer Your Layoff: Make A Small Fortune By Saying Goodbye, https://esimoney.com/the-day-my-most-valuable-asset-took-a-hit/, Stop Letting People Treat You Like A Piece Of Trash. The power switch to the store was in the back of the building and unguarded. There are a bunch of toxic people there due to bad corporate policy. Dark and angry, what horrible advice. So we are thinking about starting a new opposition company ……………..us 4 …………, The Chinese have a saying , “When seeking out revenge, dig 2 graves”. He went out emotionally weak and decided to shoot three holes in each foot to make sure he never walks normally again. Your email address will not be published. Lol. YES I have anger issues, and YES that CEO deserved every goddamned IRS audit and EEOC investigation he got. This reminds me of a “Senior Manager” that came to my Marine Corps Reserve shortly after our return from Afghanistan. Kudos to you! Six years ago, I quit a job I absolutely hated and it was torturous working there. I was let go after 5 years of hard work and horrible manager after horrible manager, now I own my own company and treat people the way I wanted to be treated. The scenario you provided in this post was my situation to a T. I hate the company that canned me. Sure, if you come across a dead bird, thatโs a viable option. One observation I have made in the college job search is the importance of internships. I was offered the job.Â Coincidentally, I was already employed at a new employer. What's a good way to get revenge on former employer? If so, negotiate your severance at least. Seems so unlikely… which makes it a perfect strategy — they’ll never expect it! ME included. The longer one works, the more one will wonder “WTF was the person thinking hiring this person.” It’s because hiring managers have blind spots or unspoken biases for some people. Good grades (~3.5+) are no longer enough. It’s free to sign up and explore. Even if I eventually lose I have a decent pension and have now already reached FI. Reminds me of what Germany did to Russia in WWI (will give credit to Dan Carlinâs Hardcore History Podcast). My gross salary is five times what it was then. I can see the temptation, but the downside is that you’re still emotionally attached to the company throughout this process. 2. I bumped into my former boss at, off all places, the Walmart in the ghetto (not sure why he was there; buying crack maybe??). So the walk in warmed up for that whole day and like $2k+ worth of food went bad. He fired me and I laid a case against him and won . So shaving his head will totally destroy his dignity and is veary hard for him to come to comlany with shaved hair (he laid me off and ruined my dignity so he deserve to be treated same way) I am most definitely faking it. But I appreciate the out-of-the box thinking. It was quite the formative experience. However, its been a great experience and my co-workers are superb. Plus… how would you know what happened if you never speak to ex-colleagues? The only thing I focused on was proving to myself, and to my employers they did not make a mistake hiring a kid from a non-target public school. I didnât release the charges for another week because I didnât want the job (and didnât want it advertised to my new employer that I had accepted the old job again). I’m impressed you are so in tune with the internship process. Of course most of the ideas sound fine …. Which is what 99% of your blog is about. For all those times when you need some sane advice to get your revenge without being rash, get talking to the Revenge Guy. I decided to email HR and and give them the dates I worked and how many hours I put in. I worked those extra hours as a way to prove my reliability, dedication, work ethic, etc. Offer better quotes than you know your old job can provide. Nowadays jobs are not loyal to their employees. Well, you can pull an Eddie Guerrero and pretend that youโve been hit or thrown against the door. Prank calls starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Think of some of these revenge measures as being cheeky or mischievous. I was notified of an opportunity, via certified mail, to interview for a pilot position with the employer (the same position I held prior).Â Â EEOC advised me to interview (in sum, unemployment benefits law dictates that you cannot turn down employment). He also started manipulating sales that were meant for a lady in the office , he also did not entertain the employment contract and was in breech. Interestingly, all items of mail suddenly also become free. But, what if we did act on these impulses? IF NO ONE STANDS UP AS AN EMPLOYEE, WE LOSE!!!!! The world is full of interesting things. Conversely, if you quit your job you get nothing. If this includes telling little white lies, then go for it! I donât think her reasons for letting me go were actually reasons, but simply an excuse. Let me tell you briefly about the job that destroyed my life, or at least my confidence in humanity… Word got out in a certain electronics company (more like a factory) of my religious non-religion (being an Atheist)… My small circle of pseudo-friends quickly shrunk to 0. Most employers know you will have a limit and therefore they appeal. Never thought about the term “human virus” before as a way of getting back at an employer. I wonder if it is still too late to exact revenge? They come up in many different forms. Without realizing it, I think I was coached to become a virus and then made to be the fall guy. :). These suggestions are so âlay-in-waitâ revenge, I mean seriously who has the patience and/or time? Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer as they say. Trial is the most expensive but it was worth it. The person who told me this story planted a virus b/c he hired a completely incompetent person under her, and then left. Take it as an opportunity to forward yourself. Finally, I’m offered to come in for a final interview. In addition to my employer having to keep me on paid leave, I’ve had full benefits which include health, etc. It’s certainly helped structure my thinking since finding it about 2 years ago.