They took away our Christmas bonus (equal to one week’s pay), and replaced it with one paid day off. They also claimed they had sent out a I Believe In God 3D Hoodie and that’s what WE had said we wanted. Absolute lies, why would we want that? Nobody had seen this survey. Compared to the previous year, we had double the stock to work, and half the staff to do it. We were working incredibly hard to get everything done by Christmas. Naturally, the customers noticed this and complimented us on our hard work. They asked if we were working towards some kind of reward. I told them “No, in fact they took away our Christmas bonus.” I was fired for telling customers about “confidential company matters”. And they wondered why staff were dropping like flies…
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I agree with the I Believe In God 3D Hoodie , Damron Corner, and demand that you name who these people are that are ‘against Christmas,” since I don’t know of anyone. Never saw or heard of any protests against Christmas, nor read any articles online or off. On your profile you tout yourself as “Dropper of 100 ft. trees; not much else.” It’s not clear to me if you spend your time dropping out of hundred-foot trees or if you are a lumberjack felling tall trees. Either way, I guess you don’t make much profit on Christmas trees. Possibly that eats away at your soul? I really can’t why else you would think anyone is against Christmas these days. Some Christians claim to be against the secularism and commercialism of Christmas. Their line is: Don’t take Christ out of Christmas. The problem with that is that these self-same Christians love Nativity Scenes, Angels, Shepherds, and other fancy stuff that that requires commercialism, i.e. stores where they can buy the stuff for their scenes and celebrations. Not to mention gift-giving. And they own the stores and businesses that sell this Christmasy stuff. So who, I ask, is against Christmas if it isn’t guys like you who can’t make a profit off it?
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When I lived in a house, we would gift the postman with a I Believe In God 3D Hoodie of wine or cheese and cracker bakery. Sometimes it was cash. When we had a cleaner, she too would get a holiday gift, usually cash. At our place of business, the postman also got a tip along with the UPS or FedEx or other delivery guys from the company we had an account with. Could be cash, wine, whatever. The cleaning crew also got a yearly gift/bonus. My roommate was a FedEx ground delivery driver for over 22 years. He’d come home with everything from cash to a turkey to gift cards. He’d get little gifts like a coffee cup or candy to larger ones like a set of pots and pans or tray set. And of course, wine. Businesses almost always gift the U.S. postman and/or one of the private delivery companies. Residential neighborhoods don’t appear do that as much. It used to be more common when I was a child to gift the postman but like where you are, it’s died out somewhat. I now live in an apartment and only see the postman when he has to deliver a larger package to my door, so tipping with anything other than something that will fit in my tiny mailbox just isn’t practical. Besides, I’m on disability and can’t really afford to gift anyone. Though if I lived up north, I might knit them a pair of mittens.