Choose the right time to act
The most challenging part of this process is timing. Your coworker must be selected for redundancy at the end of his or her shift. Give your coworker a heart attack and they will not show up to work, meaning you’ll be “overstaffed” and can afford to fire them before their shift. You cannot give your coworker nothing to do or they will find something to do by themselves. This is called “burnout” and will be discussed later in this piece. Also keep in mind, only your coworker can make their situation worse. Anyone else who is told to do something by your coworker will become a victim of this.
If you are playing on medium difficulty, you have no control over when the person goes into drama mode (the scary red text). Try to avoid this happening at all costs as it makes managing people so much harder. There will be instances where this does happen and your life will become a lot harder. In some cases, the person will become more likely to burn out. To remedy this, the easiest thing to do is to ensure they have nothing to do until the end of their shift and hope they don’t go into crisis mode before then. If they do, try your best not to let them know you’re trying to get rid of them as it makes things far worse.
Gather evidence of their wrongdoings
To get a coworker fired in BitLife, you will need to prove that they are not needed at work. The best way to do this, is to let them do their job and catch them not doing it. If you can’t catch your coworker slacking off on camera, then you will have to gather visual evidence of your co-worker’s wrongdoing. Most offices have cameras running. Find the camera and disable it. Check your coworker’s work to see if they are actually doing anything or just goofing off (see below). You may also have to gather supporting evidence. At this point you should be able to record their misbehavior or send them a text message in which they are clearly seen slacking off at their desk and not working at all. Send this image to your boss, who will fire your coworker and promote you.
Title:Find the camera and disable it
Article background information [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]:”find out where the cameras are” : “Go down to the security office and ask for a map of all the locations that have cameras in them.”
[“Disable” is in quotes because you probably can’t actually disable it, but you should make it look like someone disabled it. Maybe tape over it or spray paint it, something like that.]
Title:Check your coworker’s work to see if they are actually doing anything or just goofing off (see below).
Talk to your boss about the situation
At this point you have gathered evidence of your co-worker’s misconduct (or have gathered no evidence). The next step is to talk to your boss about the situation. Tell them that you need the coworker removed for their bad work performance. Give them supporting evidence if you have any. Your boss will agree to remove the person if you explain that they are a failure at their job and a waste of money. You will probably be promoted to take the co-worker’s place.
Note: In real life, people must be more professional when they are telling their boss about a coworker’s bad performance. The boss will fire the person if there is actual proof of their failure or if the boss can easily see that there is a problem with the person’s performance (like if they are not showing up for work).
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You talk to your boss, who says this: “I understand why you’re concerned and I have been watching them too. Unfortunately… they are a very hard worker and they have been here longer than you have. I’m afraid this may only end in you being fired instead.” According to the article, write this:
After you have given your boss the evidence, keep track of the process. If the boss does not remove them promptly enough, use this record of your talks to prove that you requested their removal in a professional manner. You can also use this record to help find a lawyer if you need to sue them for wrongful dismissal. If you did not catch your coworker slacking off on camera, you will have to do some research to find out what they might be doing that is the equivalent of slacking off. If you can accomplish this, then go back to chat with your boss and point this out. If you, however, can not make this determination, keep a log of your conversations with your boss and your coworker’s reaction. It should be noted that if you do decide to become a slacker yourself, this log would definitely help at proving that you were not the one responsible for the problem in the first place.
Further reading: http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/egoism-selfishness#1
http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Someone-Kicked-Out-of-Work [ARTICLE END]
Keep a cool head and stay professional
This method of getting a coworker fired in BitLife is not a guarantee. Your boss may refuse to listen to you and let your co-worker stay at their job, even if they are not doing any work. This does not mean that you do not get revenge on them for whatever they did to you! If you already have a “historical record,” they may write you up and fire your as a punishment. However, at least they won’t be there any longer!
When you start a new game, you’ll be prompted to select a character appearance for your life experience. You can choose any appearance for your BitLife, but it’s recommended that you select someone who is already in one of the three white collar jobs (carpenter, banker, or doctor) so that you can learn their “work routine.” As you go through the tutorial in BitLife and get familiar with how things work, be sure to pay close attention to the cut scenes to notice how other people behave. You don’t want to do anything that will get you in trouble with your boss. Always remember that if you are fired in the game, your actions within the game will be irreversibly lost!