A scheduler cited me (or told me I was cited, it turns out I was not) when I had to cancel when I got a severe flu. The next time I was asked to do a shop for a bonus (because no one wants to do it), I ask for a little bit more, and said I didn't appreciate a citation when I was clearly too sick to do the previous shop. Rather than just decline the bonus requested, my ability to self-assign was turned off and I was not awarded other shops that they couldn't even fill. So just to spite me, the scheduler was not filling a shop that had a deadline that nobody really wanted in the first place. I actually had to request the contact information of a supervisor with the actual mystery shopping company to have everything straitened out. A real pro that one was. I wonder if the company appreciates that shops where not getting filled just to spite a reliable shopper?
Except with most people (and myself) if I tried to take my bad day out on a customer or another employee... I would be written up or fired. Not to mention just the juvenile behavior of it, and when someone tells you something you don't like, it doesn't make it "offensive". Re-donk-ulous.