The main reason we all work is money. Now, that doesn't mean you have to just show up and collect a paycheck. You're going there to actually earn your money, so putting in the work and rocking that job is definitely on you.
But that doesn't mean that just because you're working a "crappy" job, that you should be grateful just to have it. No, you're working that job and earning that money, so it's not crazy to want to know how much money or what benefits come with the job if you're offered it, right? Especially in today's competitive job market and rising cost of living, people have valid reason to apply for jobs strategically when it comes to potential income.
However, this one company, Skip the Dishes was apparently insulted that a potential employee even asked that question.
So insulted, that they canceled the job interview altogether after this woman asked about the wages and benefits they were offering.
That's when Taylor Byrnes posted screenshots of her conversation and called to boycott Skip the Dishes.
The company suggested that because she wanted to know how much she might earn, that it was somehow not part of the company's culture.
They went in further detail with a follow up email that made the whole thing worse.
Appalled by the response Taylor received, Twitter immediately called to join in on the boycott.
They started notifying news agencies of Skip the Dishes' response to Taylor's simple inquiry.