TikToker says manager molested her after she quit a “toxic” nonprofit job

One TikToker says her manager “harassed” her after she submitted her resignation letter and refused to discuss the termination further in a now-viral TikTok, sparking a discussion in the comments about toxic nonprofit jobs.

In the video posted by TikToker MJ (user @pseudo.nef) on Tuesday, she shares a clip of her manager following her down the hall after she submitted her resignation letter. Text overlay on video reads, “POV: My manager harasses me after I gave her my resignation letter.”

“So she’ll come down the hall after I said she can’t speak a word to me to keep talking shit,” MJ says, picking up her manager in the hall. “What you had to do was take the resignation letter and be quiet.”

In the next clip, MJ explains that she submitted her resignation letter after receiving an email from her manager early in the morning saying that employees could not take time off during a certain event, even though “they had already asked us to.” had to see who is available. ”

In a TikTok direct message to the Daily Dot, MJ explains that she was informed two weeks earlier that staff would not be paid for the event and “decided not to go,” but her manager “made it mandatory.”

“I woke up meditating and stretching and juicing and I just can’t believe people wake up in the morning ready to wreak havoc and spit that negative ass energy out at people,” MJ says in the video.

MJ goes on to say that because her office door was locked, she shoved the resignation letter under her manager’s office door and gave her key to a colleague. MJ says her manager came out of her office and insisted they talk after MJ declined.

“I push the elevator button as fast as I can and as soon as I hear the door open, she goes, ‘Whoa, you’re spoiled. I don’t even know what I did to you,'” says MJ. “She’s upset about the little email I sent to let our line manager know this is a toxic work environment.”

MJ shows her line manager a screenshot of the email explaining that she is leaving because she promised she would leave if she was “verbalized, abused, and verbally and emotionally bullied in the workplace” when she began her employment .

The email concludes, “This generation puts their sanity ahead of any job. Keep this in mind for your next settings.”

In the final clip, MJ shows more footage of the confrontation with her manager and says, “I’m just glad I recorded that because that’s how Equal Hope treats its employees.” She also claims her manager threatened to sue, if the footage was released, but “[waiting] for her to send a cease and desist letter.”

The Daily Dot reached out to Equal Hope, a Chicago-based health nonprofit, via Facebook and Instagram direct messages.

@pseudo.nef About it #iquit #nonprofitsoftiktok #nonprofits #scam ♬ O-Ton – Mj

The video has garnered over 136,000 views and 12,000 likes as of Monday, with users sharing their own experiences in “toxic” work environments.

“I quit my job at the company in August last year. no backup plan nothing. it worked out better than I imagined. you got this,” wrote one user.

“Yes girl, I work for a non-profit that literally puts my physical and mental health on the line on a daily basis to be treated like a damn dog. It’s a shame,” said another.

“Nonprofit organizations can be some of the most toxic workplaces. I sadly had to leave a few where I loved my job but not the managerial demeanor,” added a third.

In a TikTok direct message to the Daily Dot, MJ said that aside from the email referenced in her TikTok, her main reason for quitting was “lack of support.” [she] received from management” while forcing them to “get results on their grants”. MJ also alleged “abuse” in the workplace, including “racism,” “requirement to work on Sundays,” “stealing money from employees by not approving expense reports,” and having employees pay for events out of their own pockets.

MJ also said she handed in the resignation letter on May 10 because she’s moving, after which her “life became hell” at her place of work.

“Each morning there was something wrong with my work, although when I first came I was constantly complimented,” MJ wrote. “I started setting boundaries. I was overwhelmed and reached burnout and it wasn’t until I was crying in my manager’s office that they helped lighten my load.”

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*Initial publication: May 30, 2022 3:26 pm CDT

Rebekah Harding

Rebekah Harding is a freelance reporter for the Daily Dot. She has digital and print bylines in Men’s Health, Cosmopolitan, SheKnows and more.

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