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People Confess The Most 'Not Safe For Work' Thing They've Ever Done At Work
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I used to work in restaurants and I cannot tell you how many of my former coworkers were caught fooling around on the job. The thing you have to remember about restaurants (especially lower end ones) is that everyone is dating each other.

Or at least they have. Or might be considering it.

The point here is don't get mixed up in any of that because it will come back to haunt you and make your workday uncomfortable.

And please, please, PLEASE do not go make out or have sex in the walk-in freezer.

That's just nasty (but people did it on the regular).

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"Can I speak to your manager?" The dreaded words that no employee wants to hear. Not because it's an actual threat, but because the complaints are typically so unnecessary and excessive. Here are some of the weirdest complaints, recalled by the managers themselves.

u/TheB*tchIsBack666 asked:

Managers of Reddit, what's the weirdest complaint you've gotten about an employee?
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Some managers think that their employees are robots.

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