When will these companies ever learn? This delivery service driver learned that his latest job was sent to an incorrect address. When he contacted corporate to get a rate for returning the goods to the store, they later tried to get away with paying the driver less than half of what they discussed. So what did the driver do? He declined the lower price and re-delivered the goods to the faulty address, leaving them on the block.
This thread was posted to Reddit’s r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit by u/Just_Doin_It-, who honestly deserves a medal for sticking it to the so-called man. These companies and their ridiculous policies can make it so hard to stand up for yourself when you have been wronged. It’s designed for you to give up and give in. Thankfully, this guy didn’t do either of those things, and it’s hopefully for the benefit of everyone in the long run. The next step is getting these companies to treat drivers and service workers like true employees.
Keep scrolling below for the full post. For more malicious compliance anecdotes, check out this story about a student IT worker and his Karen manager.