Imagine working at a company for nine years and suddenly learning that your three weeks of paid time off will now be significantly reduced to only one week.
First of all, for some of you, you might be thinking that the initial PTO plan was not exactly generous for a loyal employee who has stuck around for nearly a decade. That is a red flag in and of itself, but now the new PTO policy that is about to be enforced is pretty much as insulting as it gets. The new policy, included in a screenshot below, indicates that employees who have been working at the company for under five years will be denied any time off. If you have been working there for five years, then you garner just one week; after ten years, you get two weeks, etc.
Thankfully, this Redditor who shared this thread was already planning on getting the heck out of there, and we 100% endorse this decision. What kind of policy like this will motivate a real sense of loyalty? Keep scrolling below for the full story. When you’re done, check out this post about an employee who talked back to his boss and stood his ground.