Should this unhappy employee ruin your day? Quite the contrary. If this person takes the time, energy, and effort to speak up and air their grievances — you owe them a huge debt of gratitude. Angry or frustrated employees have three choices. They can speak up, let things simmer inside, or they can leave. Guess what?
Snap Shutterstock Food delivery services like Deliveroo, Foodora, and UberEats seemed too good to be true at first—your food comes to you like you're some kind of royalty, for only a handful of change above the regular cost of your meal Well, probably because the poor sods puffing their way to your doorstep with a bag of burgers are paid pretty badly. Both are calling on the Federal Government to regulate food delivery companies more stringently amid claims of reduced wages and unsafe riding conditions. They carried signs with the words "Deliverooted", "Fraudora", and "Stop uber-eating into our wages". Those are now looked at as the golden old days.
'Deliverooted': Food Delivery Drivers Are Very Pissed About Their Wages
By all accounts, I have it all: A thriving personal training business, ample freelance writing work, total flexibility over my schedule, 2 incredible daughters, and a wonderful relationship with a highly supportive woman. But the more I ran, the more angry I got. I am playing it like a fucking pussy. I have all the tools necessary to be make a huge impact on how people live their lives, have the quality of life I want, and earn more than enough money to allow me to achieve all my financial goals. But I have been keeping those tools locked up in the shed and all I want to do is break down the fucking door and use them!
Everything about politics pisses Susan Bennet off these days — and she knows she's not alone in that. To channel her anger, she is ceasing normal operations at her photography studio Ooh St. Think of it as a glamour shot version of those ubiquitous "I voted" selfies.