Must Burger King Be Open On Christmas Day?
(12/25/09-Blogger’s Note—As of 11 AM central time on Christmas Day, over 200 people have visited this post. Most all of them have done so by asking a search engine question about if Burger King is open Christmas Day. So I can’t deny that some folks do want Burger King open on Christmas. Are the folks asking this question working themselves today? If they go to Burger King, will they thank the staff for working on the holiday? Maybe even offer a tip? My own view remains that places should be closed on Christmas Day and that workers should get a paid holiday. Thanks.)
(12/24/11–Blogger’s Note–This is still a very popular post.)
Must this Burger King on Houston’s Harrisburg Blvd. be open on Christmas Day?
Don’t you imagine that the people who work at Burger King would like to be home on Christmas Day?
I don’t figure they are going to staff the place with Jewish folks and Muslims.
I suppose if Burger King is paying workers maybe three or four times normal pay to work Christmas—That would at least be something.
I doubt that is how much the staff will be paid.
All work has value and work done by employees at Burger King is honorable employment.
I know people need money and want all the hours scheduled on the job that they can get.
I know some folks may not have money for a fancy holiday dinner.
Yet, must so many places be open all the time?
When do people have the chance to rest and reflect?
You see it is snowing in the picture.
It snows in Houston every few years. It snowed a few days ago.
The snow gives the Burger King sign a festive holiday look.
And there will be no festive holiday for folks at Burger King on Christmas Day.