Employee Had To Tell An Ex-Employer "I Don't Work For You" 3 Years After Quitting
Ever experienced those relentless phone calls that seem to haunt you even after you've moved on from a job? In this article, we delve into the frustrating and sometimes humorous journey of a former home care agency worker who faced an unending barrage of calls long after quitting the job. Despite countless explanations and attempts to put an end to the annoyance, the calls persisted, pushing our protagonist to their breaking point.
This Reddit user, u/gingerdaisy03, decided to share her experience on the r/IDontWorkHereLady subreddit about the unwanted persistence of her ex-employer. If you are interested, scroll down to read the whole story. And get ready for a rollercoaster of frustration and determination in this true story of "Endless Calls."
This employee had to tell an ex-employer "I dont work for you".. 3 YEARS after quitting
The OP worked for a home care agency and was assigned to an independent living facility
The home care agency reduced their hours to the point of losing benefits, prompting them to take a full-time night shift position at an independent living facility
After the OP's shifts were reduced and a new guy was hired, she were tasked with training him
After quitting the home care agency, the OP endured persistent calls over the next 2.5 years, despite repeatedly explaining she no longer worked for the company
Some Redditors also shared their similar experiences in the comments:
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