All the bad stuff that happens at work. And not just at the office.

Your Uber driver. Your Walmart cashier. Your DoorDash delivery person. Amid the pandemic, these were the essential workers whose jobs kept us going. They pushed back with demands for fair minimum wages and better working conditions in a fight that played out on the For You Page.

The internet’s labor movement grew from whispers to yells: Amazon warehouse workers complained about dangerous conditions under dire circumstances. McDonald’s managers were dragged in the comments. Wendy’s employees used bullhorns to shut down customers. Redditors trolled Kellog with fake applications.

These viral flashpoints link together, forming a chain of workers who have changed what it means to exist online. They are creators, holding us accountable, and these are their stories.

Amazon driver calls out company for faulty vans after hers died during 190-stop shift

‘How is this legal?’: Amazon driver calls out company for faulty vans after hers died during 190-stop shift

'Amazon is getting so strict but they can’t organize a route.'

On May 25, 2024 by Nina Hernandez

Mechanic reveals the 5 things you need to check on your car before a road trip

‘This is so important’: Expert reveals the 5 things you need to check on your car before a road trip

'Don't forget to pack your patience on this trip.'

On May 25, 2024 by Braden Bjella

worker being targeted by ‘First Amendment auditors’

‘One of them was wearing a fake beard’: Viewers think a worker was targeted by ‘First Amendment auditors’ after a ‘bizarre’ experience

'It’s like they are getting off on making you feel unsafe.'

On May 24, 2024 by Beau Paul

Salon worker calls out customers who show up 40 minutes before open

‘What’s even worse is they line up’: Salon worker calls out customers who show up 40 minutes before open

'It should be mandatory for everyone to work in a service industry for at least a month.'

On May 24, 2024 by Vladimir Supica

Woman says Hooters customer used her car’s VIN number to find her address, call her landlord

‘I would like to take you out to Chili’s’: Woman says Hooters customer used her car’s VIN number to find her address, call her landlord

'Man there are SOOOOO many things wrong with this voicemail.'

On May 24, 2024 by Natasha Dubash

Woman talking(L+r), Plumber fixing pipes(c)

‘Don’t operate like this’: Woman calls out plumbing business that refused to give her a quote on the phone—then demanded $200 fee when she refused service

'This is why I do most of my own plumbing.'

On May 23, 2024 by Beau Paul

Mechanic talking (three split)

‘Would have kept your head gasket from blowing up’: Mechanic reveals why Kia and Hyundai engines are failing so early

'It never overheated.'

On May 22, 2024 by Chad Swiatecki

Man staring(l), Dollar General(c), Second man talking(r)

‘And my sister works for corporate’: Shopper catches Dollar General worker closing store early so they can go home. She drove 25 minutes to get there

'Workers gotta stop making their own rules up.'

On May 22, 2024 by Vladimir Supica

Woman goes ‘secret shopping’ at Costco, is asked to spy on sample givers

‘I don’t want anyone to get in trouble’: Secret shopper heads to Costco. She gets asked to spy on the sample givers

'I feel really bad now...'

On May 18, 2024 by Melody Heald

Barista shares why customers should ‘never come’ to his coffee shop

‘The only thing that gets washed daily…’: Barista shares why customers should ‘never come’ to his coffee shop. It backfires

'Ur part of the problem.'

On May 17, 2024 by Natasha Dubash

McDonald’s workers slam customers who order the cookie tote

‘I tried to order a cookie tote once and he literally said ‘no’’: McDonald’s workers slam customers who order the cookie tote

What is the McDonald's cookie tote?

On May 16, 2024 by Jack Alban

Empty cup(l), Dunkin Donut's sign(c), Full cup(r)

‘This is why I hate getting drinks from Dunkin’: Worker tries to expose customer’s ‘crazy’ coffee order. It backfires

'I'm not grabbing a spoon for that ridiculous order.'

On May 16, 2024 by Brooke Sjoberg

Man talking(l+r), Victoria's Secret sign(c)

‘So don’t buy lotion from Victoria’s Secret, got it’: Victoria’s Secret worker shares lotion tip for other employees. It backfires

'That’s why I shop online.'

On May 15, 2024 by Grace Fowler

teacher with students braiding his hair (l) teacher with students painting his nails (c) teacher with students braiding his hair (r)

‘I wouldn’t do this if I were you’: Teacher out after letting his students braid his hair and paint his nails

'Idk about this...'

On May 13, 2024 by Tiffanie Drayton

two young women squatting with their heads in their hands, caption 'how we feel about the triple dipper trend' (l) Chili's restaurant sign (r)

‘There should not be a line out the door at Chili’s’: Chili’s workers speak out about the ‘triple dipper’ trend

'That'll be 1 hour and 47 minutes of your time.'

On May 13, 2024 by Stacy Fernandez