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Letter: At Work On Christmas Means The Family Isn’t All Together

At Work On Christmas Means The Family Isn’t All Together

The town of Nashville businesses were closed on Christmas Day except for Circle K". The employees were working when they should have been home with their families enjoying Christmas together. How can a manager make employees work on a holiday, especially Christmas? Do the managers need the money more than having the families together? I know that the employees must not have been happy that they had to work. No wonder families are torn apart. Aren't we suppose to keep families together?

Thanks

Mary Barrett

Nashville