Woman who left a ‘bye f***ers’ note to colleagues after quitting job unable to find work because they won’t give her a reference

Woman who left a ‘bye f***ers’ note to colleagues after quitting job unable to find work because they won’t give her a reference

- in Usa News

A WOMAN who sent a savage voice note to her ex-colleagues is now stuck without work as her offended manager won’t provide a reference.

Rachael, 21, drunkenly said “bye f***ers* in a work WhatsApp group after deciding to quit her job at a fine dining restaurant last October.

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Rachael drunkenly said ‘Bye f***ers, bye’ to her work colleagues[/caption]

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Rachael sent the message nearly a year ago but still can’t get a new job[/caption]

She had worked at the restaurant for nine months but quit to focus on college work.

In the cringeworthy voice note she said: “Bye f***ers, bye!”

Nearly a year later Rachael, who is from Edinburgh, asked the restaurant’s general manager to provide a reference for her next job but her message was ignored.

The 21-year-old student said: “I sent the voice note when I was drunk as a joke because I got along with most of the staff, but I think the general manager wasn’t happy about it as it was awkward next time I saw them.

“I asked the general manager personally to do the reference.

“My new job requires a reference from every employer I’ve had just to state I’ve worked there.

“It isn’t a reference to say how good I was or anything it’s to prove I am who I say I am and they read and ignored my message.”

She added: “I find the whole thing funny.

“But I wish someone else had done it not me.

“I got along with people there but the general manager I probably didn’t get along with although nothing was left on bad terms.”

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Unfortunately her manager did not see the funny side[/caption]


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Her friends found the incident hilarious[/caption]

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Rachael said: ‘I wish someone else had done it not me’[/caption]

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Rachael had worked at a fine dining restaurant for nine months[/caption]

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She decided to quit her restaurant job because of the awkward hours[/caption]

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