November 26, 2013 |

Pizza Hut Manager Says He Was Fired For Refusing to Open on Thanksgiving

By Jeremy White


Is your pizzeria open for business on Thanksgiving, or do you give your employees the day off to be with their families? In Elkhart, Indiana, a Pizza Hut manager is claiming that he has been fired for refusing to open his store on Thanksgiving.

The incident has generated lots of press, along with plenty of criticism that is being aimed at Pizza Hut.

What do you think of the situation? How would you handle it if you asked a manager to open on a holiday and he refused?

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