Pizza Hut boss slammed over note

Wednesday, 13 September 2017, 01:17:50 PM. FLORIDA might be dealing with one of its worst storms in human history — but at least they’ll have their pizza.
Jacksonville Pizza Hut slammed for note warning workers not to skip work. FLORIDA might be dealing with one of its worst storms in human history — but at least they’ll have their pizza. A Pizza Hut store in Jacksonville, Florida has come under fire for a note warning staff members not to skip work, with many criticising the company for putting their employees’ lives in jeopardy. Jacksonville, a city in the north of Florida with a population of almost 900,000 people, was hit by the tropical storm overnight and is currently grappling with record storm surges, flash flooding and immense blackouts. Despite all that, the staff members of Pizza Hut were cautioned to think about their jobs at the restaurant chain. Hurricane Irma #irma #hurricaneirma #storm #memorialpark #riverside #river @news4jax #jacksonville #memorialpark #florida @igersjax #904 #duval @actionnewsjax @904happyhour @onlyinduval A post shared by Kristin Taddia Sparks AnaMaria (@italian_crafter) on Sep 11, 2017 at 9:18am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js The one page note, which appeared to be pinned up in the restaurant’s staffroom, warned its team members what would happen if they tried to escape Hurricane Irma before it approached the city. Starting off by telling the team “our number one priority is the safety and security of our team” the note went on to insist they “also have a responsibility and commitment to our community to be there when they need us”. The note, believed to have been written...Read more
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