Have you ever put the boot in during your leaving speech/email?

Discussion in 'education & employment' started by Reiabuzz, May 26, 2018.

  1. Reiabuzz

    Reiabuzz Banned Banned

    Coz I’m about to. I know all that shit about not burning bridges but these people have fucked me and my family around so royally I’m practically a windsor. Will post full speech once finished. It’s a work of passive aggressive beauty.

    Anyone else taken the opportunity to dig the knife in?
     
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  2. Ax^

    Ax^ Silly Rabbit

    Burn the building down instead :)
     
  3. Reiabuzz

    Reiabuzz Banned Banned

    I’m going to copy in the other 300,000 employees around the globe so that’s pretty much doing that
     
  4. kabbes

    kabbes "A top 400 poster"

    It gains you nothing.
     
  5. Ax^

    Ax^ Silly Rabbit

    true but cannot cook marshmallows on a email
     
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  6. MadeInBedlam

    MadeInBedlam Arm the mentally ill

    Might come back to bite you in the bum

    Also, they’ll all just piss themselves over it.
     
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  7. Reiabuzz

    Reiabuzz Banned Banned

    I’m almost 40. At this point in my career, life whatever I don’t give a fuck. I will gain immense enjoyment by disclosing certain things I’ve learned in my tenure about these fucking parasites.
     
  8. kabbes

    kabbes "A top 400 poster"

    It might not lose you anything either (although only time will tell on that front) but it still gains you nothing.
     
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  9. BristolEcho

    BristolEcho Well-Known Member

    It depends on the situation. My ex company were continually out of order to our clients. Taking them to the cleaners and causing them all sorts of bother was greatly satisfying and allowed me to get some sort of closure. It also improved the service.

    I think it depends on how personal it is. There might be better ways to go around making life difficult for them.
     
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  10. maomao

    maomao 四月她爹

    I once emailed a mildly abusive email of resignation to the whole company (a couple of hundred people). It gained me nothing but was immensely satisfying.
     
  11. Voley

    Voley Ramoner

    Bloke at my old place emailed a photo of someone catching an elephant turd in a bag to the whole company.

    'My job was worse than this.'

    :D

    Might have gained him nothing but he was our fucking hero for a morning.
     
  12. chilango

    chilango Cold, frankly incensed and...meh

    Years back when working as a holiday rep in the South of France two of the girls from another site a few hours away arrived one Saturday afternoon in the company car which they'd nicked upon walking off the job and were driving hard for Calais pursued by the regional manager a couple of hours behind them in a hastily rented hire car :D
     
  13. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat for the workers' breakfast

    dunno really.

    will just be seen as 'bitter ex employee' by management and won't make any difference to the way they behave

    [​IMG]

    what chances are there of needing a reference from this organisation in future?

    what chances are there of meeting current colleagues / bosses in future either in a different organisation or as potential clients of new employer?

    that means - unless you've got a heck of a lot of money put by, you've got maybe another 30 years of working life to go...
     
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  14. bellaozzydog

    bellaozzydog rolling turds in glitter

    3 times i’ve written fairly damming critiques on my way out of projects, all I resigned from because the specifics of the situations were literally life threatening for the people on the jobs

    All three resulted in projects being closed down completely or in the form they were running in

    Probably not “typical” as they were in Syria, Kabul and Baghdad:D
     
  15. Reiabuzz

    Reiabuzz Banned Banned

    That’s sounds too intriguing not to ask what line of work you’re in?
     
  16. Reiabuzz

    Reiabuzz Banned Banned

    I have no money, just a few k debt. But I’m a vindictive man when someone fucks with me, I appreciate that’s not a great quality but that’s that. I’ve got another job and memories are short in my business.
     
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  17. bellaozzydog

    bellaozzydog rolling turds in glitter

    Health and safety and medical with a sprinkling of security
     
  18. Carpet bagger?
     
  19. JimW

    JimW 支那暗杀团

    Minaret painter. Specialist scaffolding, see.
     
  20. telbert

    telbert Do you like sponge?

    Kick em right up the bollocks. Then enjoy the memory of doing it for years to come.
     
  21. UnderAnOpenSky

    UnderAnOpenSky baseline neural therapy

    I meant to lay in with both barrels on leaving my last job. I had a great set of points in my head about how they had royaly fucked everything.

    I ended up being talked to stay about, if just as bank staff. I've not worked for them a fair few months, but got paid to sit in a classroom and do training for a few days recently. :hmm:
     
  22. Edie

    Edie Well-Known Member

    In the other direction here, but my ex runs a small company of about 50 employees. On one day, two happened to be leaving. One was a guy he liked and who had worked there for years, and the other was this woman he’d never got on with cos she was very up herself, quite careerist and rubbed him up the wrong way.

    At the end of the day he had to say something before they went to the leaving drinks. And he said, well there’s some good news and some bad news. The bad news is J is leaving (the guy), but the good news is N is too!

    She ran into the loos crying, as you would do, and he rung me panicking. I said, why’d you say that ffs? He said it was the only thing that came to mind. I had to talk him through going to apologise to her. Astonishingly they remained ‘friends’ (although I think that was cos she wanted to for professional reasons). I see her about still and still feel bad.
     
  23. smmudge

    smmudge Sissy that walk!

    A colleague left last Friday and apparently was quite rude at in his leaving speech, unfortunately I missed it. My last day is this Friday, the company & management are fucking horrendous to work for but the people I work with are nice so doesn't seem to be any point in sticking the boot in. They gave me an exit questionnaire to fill out, I put some constructive criticism in it but might not even hand it in to HR, it won't make any difference.
     
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  24. equationgirl

    equationgirl Respect my existence or expect my resistance

    I'm due to leave this Thursday.

    It's hugely tempting to stick the boot in but I'm being made redundant so it would just make me seem bitter, so I probably won't.

    I am considering drawing cocks on the meeting room flip charts, a few pages in, instead though.
     
  25. Spymaster

    Spymaster Cockney Wanker

    The trouble with doing this is that out of those 300,000 there will be quite a few who think that you're a bitter dickhead for doing it, and Sod's law dictates that one of them will be on the interview panel for a job you want in the future.
     
    Last edited: May 26, 2018
  26. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat for the workers' breakfast

    :D
     
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  27. Poot

    Poot Everyone's a superhero, everyone's a Captain Kirk

    No one has ever done this in my (really big) company. This is because nobody has access to group email addresses and no one gets a leaving do. I have absolutely no idea why that could possibly be. :D
     
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  28. mauvais

    mauvais change has become unavoidable

    One of my lot got to the presentation he had to do to the board of management at the end of the graduate programme, specifically what he'd learnt and what he wanted to do next in his career.

    What he presented was just a picture of a car bomb going off, what he'd learnt was that he didn't want to work for an arms company any more, and what he wanted to do was resign, which he did right there & then. Fair play to him :D
     
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  29. kabbes

    kabbes "A top 400 poster"

    And 299,900 of those people will have no clue who you are, won’t care what you think and will just press delete without doing more than skimming the first sentence rolling their eyes.
     
  30. Lupa

    Lupa .

    I put the boot in during a meeting....and have not left.
    About 3 weeks ago.
     
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