Snow time off: Firmware based in Jiminy Massachusetts has issued a hard but ironic warning to its employees, who say thousands of skiers can catch Jiminy in the middle of a heavy snow forecast for the weekend, so they can!
- Employees are told on a notice board that it will remain normal during the heavy snow forecast for Jiminy
- The observation goes that employees are exempted from a travel ban if a state of emergency is declared and is still required to file a declaration
- The warning warns that no accommodations are available: & # 39; Not even a pillow or a blanket & # 39;
- It ends with what appears to be a proposal of the tongue in the cheek to workers & # 39; Fisher or Clark & # 39; to use as bedding
Chantalle Edmunds for Dailymail.com
Employees who work for one company in Jiminy Massachusetts can be absolutely certain that snow days are not one of the benefits of a job after a memo has been placed on a warning sign. This warns employees that it normally works during heavy snow forecast Saturday and Sunday.
A photo pinned on a bulletin board directed to & # 39; All employers & # 39; tells employees to make alternative plans to get started in the weekend, & # 39; if your vehicle can not handle the snow.
In a reference to the popularity of Jiminy Peak, a medium-sized ski resort in Hancock, Massachusetts, the memo makes it clear that because of the white things there will be no evasion, "if thousands of skiers can get it for Jiminy, you too. & # 39;
A memo is posted on a bulletin board at a company in Jiminy Massachusetts warning workers it is business as usual during heavy snowfall forecast for the weekend
The memorandum continues, even if a state of emergency is declared, employees are still obliged to file a declaration.
And in case an employee has doubts about what is expected of him, the notice says everything in the caps: & # 39; WE ARE EXEMPTED FROM THIS ORDER & # 39 ;, adding that a few thousand guests who are imprisoned in Jiminy, personnel need to see their needs when a state of emergency is declared and a travel ban is set.
Medical, utilities and hospitality services may, however, travel & # 39 ;.
& # 39; If thousands of skiers can get Jiminy, (see above), you can do that too, # is the note
It does not look like there will be comfort at home for the staff looking for overnight accommodation in Jiminy. & # 39; NO accommodations are available. Not even a pillow or a blanket, & # 39; is in the notice.
& # 39; You can use Fisher (after 9:00) or Clark if you like, which is a cheat offer to use two co-workers as a replacement for bed linen.
In the unlikely event that an employee has not received the message, the message ends: & # 39; Do you still have questions? See Mark. & # 39;
It is unknown if someone chooses to interrogate him.
The announcement goes on to say that there will be no allowances, even if a state of emergency is declared, employees still have to make obligatory