17 Images Revealing How People Felt About Their Employers Making Them Work During Holidays


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It is true that some individuals have no trouble working 24/7, 365 days a year, but this is simply not right. We know that some people prefer the opposite – working the bare minimum and having a lot of time for relaxation. This is also not the way to go, and there must be a good compromise to make things right. We know that business owners would prefer to have the largest profits possible, and we know that this means working every possible minute. Being at your regular job during the holidays is a real bummer, but most people are already used to it, because their bosses made them. The list below shows how some people feel about being forced to work during holidays.

 

1. The opinion 

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We like the fact that some people have a strong opinion on important matters such as this one, and we support those among them who have the strongest reasons or just sound as the most logical of reasons. In this case, one person gives us a different perspective on the issue related to the main topic. We think this user may have a point, but you will be the judge of that.

2. The outside employment 

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This is one different thing that is somewhat similar to the main topic, because employers are usually very demanding and they want all their employees to give it all for their company. It seems that some individuals would never be happy about that, and we honestly think a second job is never a problem, too.

3. The attention sign 

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Here is yet another post that could easily provoke a long conversation that could even turn into an argument at one point. Regardless of what other people think, we believe that working on holidays and even on Labor Day is an absolute no-no, and nobody should be forced to do it, despite the paycheck for that day could be double or triple the usual amount.

4. The rule 

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This is one of the most important reasons why people who are exploited much too often are not in a good position. They are often prone to different health issues. It seems that employers either never realize this, or they simply neglect the fact that overworking can cause problems for their staff. Everyone needs a break, especially during holidays.

5. The dispatcher 

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It seems that many people are used to being at work for weeks with no days off, but this is not something you can get used to willingly. In this case, one person and most of their colleagues quit this job, and you can see why. These long shifts and the specifics of the job were surely too much to handle.

6. The periods 

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This is yet another post revealing the issues with the main topic discussed here. We understand that everyone would love to be at home during the holidays, but several businesses still need to be operated by someone in order to provide the services the public needs. We know that routine days are much needed.

7. The retail sector 

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It goes without saying that some holidays are the strongest periods of profit for a number of sectors, but it means that people must be present to run these businesses. If a company is short on staff, it means that the employees who for it would be forced to work extra while others are at home relaxing.

8. The retail stores

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This is a problem that is a relatively known issue with college students across the country. It seems that some people always underestimate the fact that a lot of retail stores hire students to work, but having them occupied during the time they need to study for exams is bad.

9. The industries 

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Some business owners think that schoolers are the best employees because they can learn fast and work hard without requiring high payment in the end. It seems the strategy is not a good one when they try to force these workers to take holiday season shifts.

10. The planning 

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Now, this is one post that seems to solve the problem with ease. It appears what it takes for a boss to have happy employees is to have a good plan about the holidays throughout the year, which is exactly what this person did, and we like his idea a lot.

11. The time off

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This is one reasonable piece of advice that we think most people should take advantage of. There is a good reason why this is a working solution for the people who want to be valued by their employers and who also want to have a good time around the holidays.

12. The work

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It is true that some businesses have a very poor management that causes the majority of staff-related problems. It is also a fact that people who know they take a lot more on their shoulders that they were promised to can hardly take even more, especially during the holidays.

13. The policy 

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Even if a company has no other choice but to appoint their staff to work full time during the holidays, it needs to be done properly, and not by simply putting up a sign. Managers need to show they care for their staff instead of just issuing another command.

14. The request 

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This is another post that supports the previous opinion, and it again comes down to simple planning. Requesting one person to work in exchange for a higher pay is one thing, but forcing them to stay at their jobs during the holiday season is a different story.

15. The jobs

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This is one post that describes exactly how people feel about working during holidays. We understand that most employers really do not care about their staff’s feelings, but we know that people always appreciate when their feelings have been accounted for.

16. The management 

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Most often than not, the announcements that managers put out related to working during the holidays are limited to the lower levels of the staff members. This is not a pleasant situation, as the workers realize that they will be forced to be present during holidays, but their managers will spend time with their families.

17. The initial announcement 

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If this announcement does not spark a conversation and a debate, we don’t know what will. As you can see, the managers who announced this had to plan or think better, as their employees were surely not happy about it. This is what happens most often, unfortunately.

 

 

 


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