Weather - page 5

I live in Iowa. Well we got a very nice snow storm the week. I was not on the schedule to work, but 3 weeks ago said I would do some more training to help me with some of my work. Because of the storm I got a hold of my boss to... Read More

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    A tow band means no flip flops, or bare feet, right?
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    Extreme winters for us northerners is another reason I like 12 hour shifts. Driving through snow three days a week is one thing. Having to do it five days a week is murder.
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    Brandon, some of us are part timers and only work a couple of shifts a week. I work with a lot of snowbirds. They disappear to Arizona every Nov/Dec and return at the end of Feb. They save their vacation and bank up their overtime to get the time off.
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    I personally would be really upset if I or someone I cared about got hirt or stuck in a blizzard trying to make it in for training or an inservice type thing. Also, I know what it is like to make it into work during hazardous conditions and then to illegally be held there for four shifts because the company is too cheap to call in emergency workers to relieve us. To the poster, I say what you did is ok and your manager should get over it.

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