A lady who worked as a janitor at a bank eventually quit her job at the age of 35 and delivered some heartfelt messages

This lady named Julie recently quit her job as a bank cleaner after 35 years of work. However, Julie left a surprising note to her terrifying boss in her last job, which was posted online by her son. This note circulated on the Internet and caused controversy. It is highly praised for its

This lady named Julie recently quit her job as a bank cleaner after 35 years of work. However, Julie left a surprising note to her terrifying boss in her last job, which was posted online by her son. This note circulated on the Internet and caused controversy. It is highly praised for its maturity.

In a touching Twitter post, her son @joecousins89 wished his mother a happy retirement and said that she might have the last laugh because she moved to her boss. She described the boss as terrible. "That's why I love my mother." ...She has been cleaning cans for 35 years, and today she brought this bad news to the bad manager.

Happy pensioners always have the last laugh, yes! In the note, Julie politely criticized her boss for "suppressing" her. Some social media users praised the lady's maturity, while others glared at the unknown boss.

@Johnrussell1969 replied: "I have never understood why people think that their livelihood activities reflect their importance.

I have believed since I was a child that work is work, and everyone who gets up and goes to work deserves the same respect, whether it is cleaning up garbage Still do business. Good for your mother!

 

@RosieDicken commented:

"One of my male managers has been rude to our lovely cleaning lady many times. One day, he quietly got up, disappeared for a few minutes, and then reappeared with a smug look. Later she found out that she had already I took the roll, towel, and soap from the men’s room and locked it...

@carolcubbin commented: “I work as a cleaner in a safe psychiatric hospital. They see us as valuable team members. Patients trust us and are more open than caregivers. We have no threat to them. We are in his recovery process. Played an important role. Before I came to the NHS, I was a food and beverage manager.

At the same time, a MyNaBo user had previously reported that the man had withdrawn from the security service and was shocked when he left personal information to the boss Internet. A female boss named Felicia Opoku-Folit shared a private email written to her by her security officer on LinkedIn to express her concern., she showed him the love and love at work Kindness.


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