I would caveat "harassment" to add "and HR didn't fix it".
Overall, as much as they may deserve it, leaving without notice risks hurting yourself. The one question future employers may ask former employers is "is he eligible for re-hire", and a "no" there can hurt you. Sometimes it's worth it even so, but don't cut off your nose to spiderface.
Well, I'm convinced, new and unbiased, average person, this sounds like a great idea.
Kinna Uber for CAA, then?
I wish to buy or otherwise invest.
I would enjoy this service!
Sometimes that extra trip to the gas station is a drag when all you want to do is go home after a long day at the office.
There must be a way to make this work with the law. Fuel deliveries to homes for heating fuel are a similar concept. Granted, the trucks are big rigs and no doubt follow a long safety checklist.
Your use of double negatives is a perfect example of microaggressive behavior. Off to the reeducation camps for you!
Evidence suggests that it is all marketing, all the way down. This site. This story, this thread. And this post. Well, not "evidence" exactly.
I think Anonymous is largely irrelevant and powerless these days and its members know it.
It's politics. If you don't let crazies have guns then it's the first step on the slippery slow towards rounding up all citizens and putting them into work camps.
The real life equivalent are door to door vacuum bed selespeople. If one in every 10 pulled out a 12 gauge and robbed the place, it will be no wonder why they will not find anyone to show off their products to. This is how it is with ads.
Is that supposed to be funny? They have 1.03 BILLION WITH A B daily active users.
accused Musk and other space-minded billionaires of plotting to abandon the planet to the ravages of global warming while they go to Mars to live the good life.
Seems more likely to me that Musk is going to Mars to get as far as possible from the idiot who wrote this piece and the likes of him.
"We see our employees as children"
At least its better than "We see our employees as cattle"
Our informal mission is to improve the love life of operators worldwide. -- Peter Behrendt, president of Exabyte