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One of the World’s Hardest Working Countries is Finally Giving Their Employees a Break

South Korea has initiated a move to encourage local companies to provide an improved work and family life balance for their employees.

The initiative, which is jointly run by the government and private sector groups, seeks to change some common practices done by employers in order to develop a more positive work and non-work environment, the Korea Times reported.

Thrift Store Worker Gets Fired, Goes on an Epic Intercom Rampage Blasting His Managers

For those among us who aren’t madly in love with their day jobs, fantasies of the day they can finally quit, stick it to your boss and tell everyone else you’ll see them in hell may be the only thing that keeps them going.

One recently fired thrift store employee decided it was his moment to shine as he had to have the final word when leaving a job he clearly despised.

Man Records All the Late Excuses His Co-Worker Uses For One Year Until He Finally Gets Fired

We may all have that one co-worker who always shows up late but never fails to impress everyone with their excuses.

One Redditor, Diondrems, documented in a spreadsheet all the ridiculous and overplayed excuses his co-worker used when he would be late if he even showed up at all. Diondrems works in tech support, a job that required him, and his co-worker, to be at work at 5 a.m.

Wal-Mart Employee of 18 Years Gets Fired For Not Turning in Lost Cash Fast Enough

A Wal-Mart in Niskayuna, New York, fired an employee of 18 years for not turning in $350 in cash that he found in a parking lot fast enough.

The employee, Michael Walsh, was fired from his maintenance worker position last month after turning in money he found in the parking lot of a Wal-Mart located in Niskayuna. Walsh turned in the money about half an hour after he discovered it. He was subsequently fired for “gross misconduct,” reports the Times Union.  

Bill Gates’ Foundation Has Amazing News For Employees Who Are New Parents

Add the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the small but growing list of companies who offer their workers paid long-term parental leave or unlimited time off.

In a statement posted to LinkedIn, Steven Rice, the foundation’s chief human resources officer, announced that the nonprofit organization’s new parental leave program would grant up to 52 weeks paid leave to mothers and fathers during the first year of their child’s birth or adoption.  

Pizza Delivery Hero Saves Life, ‘Left a Pizza Boy and Came Back a Pizza Man’

On a mid-June evening, an unsuspecting 19-year-old boy went through an experience that changed him into a man.

As the hours dwindled on June 15, Anson Lemmer was getting ready to finish his shift at Uncle Pizza, a local restaurant in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, and head home for the night. All he had to do was deliver one last order. Little did Lemmer know that instead of delivering pizza he would be delivering a man his life.

Drunk Boss Violently Yanks Employee’s Testicle During ‘Team Building’ Outing

A New Jersey man is one testicle short after a horrific business “team building” exercise and the actions of a drunk boss led to three failed testicle surgeries. This is the story of Michael Peacock (his real name!).

In 2012, Peacock, 45, worked for data security and storage company Iron Mountain Management. That July, Peacock’s boss, Richard Langtry, thought it would be brilliant to take his employees on a two-day “team-building” outing that would entail bar-hopping and a cruise on the Hudson in upstate New York.