Toxic Boss Fires Employee, Then Bombards Him With Texts Demanding Job Updates

Toxic Boss Fires Employee, Then Bombards Him With Texts Demanding Job Updates

Toxic bosses exhibit harmful behavior towards their employees, creating a negative environment in the workplace. They create a hostile work environment characterized by fear, disrespect, and constant criticism.

These bosses often lack empathy, micromanage their employees, and use intimidation tactics.

Workplace challenges are common and people often use social media to share their experiences.


In today’s digital age, the power of social media is evident, as posts that capture challenges and anomalies in the workplace can quickly gain attention and go viral. One such case was a recent Reddit post that caught the interest of numerous users, sparking debates and resonating with those familiar with similar experiences.

The post highlights a situation where your boss fired an employee, but then you received requests for job updates.

Reddit user ScooterBobb recently shared a screenshot of their conversation, shedding light on a puzzling situation. “I’m still in shock”


In the snapshot, the former boss can be seen asking for an inventory update, leaving the person baffled.

I’m still in shock… by u/ScooterBobb on antiwork

The individual asked if they were indeed fired or not. The boss replied, “Yes, but you took inventory and packed an order on Sunday. I was wondering where it was, if it was at all.”

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Fortunately, the person replies to his ex-boss and writes:

“Bless your heart. You don’t fire someone and still contact them with questions about the job because you don’t know.”

This earlier post resurfaced on the internet and got more than one lakh likes since then.

It has also attracted numerous comments from users.


One person jokingly commented: “You’re fired! Now get back to work!” Another added: “Management often has an extensive vocabulary for condescension.”

A third commenter shared, “It’s hard to stay professional with someone who said you no longer have a profession.”

Another Redditor wrote, “Your answers are accurate, direct and sensible.”

The viral nature of this post serves as a reminder that workplace challenges and toxic boss encounters are unfortunately not uncommon.


It resonates with a broader audience that can relate to the frustrations and complexities that arise in such scenarios.

Ultimately, it sparks conversations about professionalism, managerial behavior, and the impact of toxic work environments on people’s well-being.

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