Netizens share ‘scary’ employee life moments

By: - Reporter / @KAguilarINQ
/ 01:02 PM November 01, 2018

The National Wages and Productivity Commission has asked its Facebook followers to share the scariest moments they have experienced in office.

This prompted netizens to share their scary, funny, but too real occurrences in their lives as employees.


Happy Halloween, officemates!


Posted by National Wages and Productivity Commission on Monday, October 29, 2018

With the question posted on the Commission’s official Facebook account on Monday:  “Ano ang nakakatakot mong karanasan sa opisina?” a certain Jenn Ab said, “8 pesos na lang pera mo sa raw ng payday tas nabalitaan mo na wala yung pipirma ng payroll para marelease.”

Those who work overtime (OT) may relate to Mhyleen Ferrer Tacud who shared: “Yung nag OT ng 8 hours tapos sasabihin sayo ‘thank you para to kay GOD.’”

Aleth Dumanda, on the other hand, complained about his workmate who owed him money and said: “Hahaha, yung ka work-mate kong nangutang tapos pagbalik daw niya babayaran..un pala terminated na hahaha!”


Meanwhile, many aired their distress toward fellow workers who just do not click well with them.

A certain Joyous Angels said, “Nakakatakot kayo? Yung gawan ka ng istorya nang kasamahan mo sa opisina na Indi mo alam kung san nanggagaling yung toxic niyang attitude…”

Another netizen complained about workmates who have “no professional work ethics” and advised them to “stop making problems for others and work on your character.”

As of this posting, National Wages and Productivity Commission’s post has received 2,600 likes and 3,200 shares. /muf

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