Video producer Marina Shifrin showed her vision on how toÂ quit a job, performingÂ a hilarious â€śinterpretative danceâ€ť video set to a Kanye West song.
AnÂ animation company’s creative employee, enteredÂ the office early in the morning to set up cameras before dancing her way around the place and overlaying a message on screen.
â€śFor almost two years Iâ€™ve sacrificed my relationships, time and energy for this job and my boss only cares about quantity and how many views each video gets,â€ť she wrote.
â€śSo I figured Iâ€™d make ONE video of my own … Oh and to let my boss know I QUITâ€ť
The woman uploaded the video clipÂ to Youtube, explainingÂ why she thought it was more important to focus on the quality of the content rather than the quantity, reports Herald Sun.
Marina also attached a link to her personal website which claims thatÂ the womanÂ has no plansÂ to beÂ back to the office anytime soon.
Shifrin told reporters thatÂ the Taiwanese work environment has nothing in common with the American work environment.
The woman had no breaks for lunch and her boss was constantly changing her schedule and responsibilities. After her managers failed to help her, she decided to make the video.
“I understood that it was a risk, but I never named the company or my boss and I mean, have you seen my dancing? How can anyone take that seriously,” she said.
The creative employee revealed thatÂ now she intendsÂ to come back home, to The United States. After that, she plans on looking for jobs at companies that value creativity and their employees.
Luckily, there are companies you’ll never quit because of good conditions and work environment. Thus, earlier this year Mark Zuckerberg won a 99 percent approval rating from his employees, topping Glassdoorâ€™s annual list ofÂ the 50 highest rated CEOs.
Glassdoor surveyed millions of employees across various industries and ranked the most impressive bosses, one of which happens to be billionaire Mark.
Facebook is â€śan open community from Zuck on down,â€ť one anonymous Menlo Park employee said in a statement to Glassdoor. â€śMututal trust companywide and sense of community and drive, instilled by our CEO, who we truly respect.â€ť
Facebook CEO isnâ€™t the only tech company head approved by his employees; 18 of the top 50 listed CEOs are heads of technology-based organizations, including SAPâ€™s Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe.
Googleâ€™s Larry Page won a 95-percent approve by his employees, just missing the top 10 for the second year in a row. Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO, climbed 13 points â€” the second-highest jump after Zuck â€” to reach a 93 percent approval, same as Appleâ€™s Tim Cook, who dropped four points, reports PC Mag.
The list of best techy CEOS includes Joe Tucci (EMC), Paul Jacobs (Qualcomm), Pierre Nanterme (Accenture), Mark Templeton (Citrix), Marc Benioff (Salesforce), Jen-Hsun Huang (Nvidia), Hans Vestberg (Ericsson), Paul Otellini (Intel), Tom Georgens (NetApp), Brad Smith (Intuit), and Scott McGregor (Broadcom).
Only one woman received enough support from her team to make theÂ list of the most-loved CEOs.Â Victoria Secretâ€™sÂ Sharen Turney ranked number 42 out of 50 on the list.
Victoriaâ€™s Secretâ€™s employee reviews mostly come from retail associates, who tend to be women, meaning Turneyâ€™sÂ appearance on the list was due to the support of female employees.