Regardless of the amount of snow Lancaster County receives on Tuesday, local retail manager, Barry Holschwanger, says he shouldn’t have any problem getting to work.
“It’ll be fine,” says Holschwanger. “I might have to leave a few hours early, but I’ll get there. Everyone should plan to do the same.”
When asked what happens if an employee calls about being late, Holschwanger stated that is “on them”; and he has a message for employees who feel uncomfortable risking their lives for a $10/hour shift.
“Jody will make it in. She never misses time for bad weather.”
Jody Morris is a 46 year old employee of Holschwanger’s who has been working at his store for over 15 years. She is a single mom of four and lives a quarter-mile away from work.
“You know, in this day and age, cars can handle a little snow,” said Holschwanger. “And the main roads will be fine, so I don’t get what all the fuss is about. Just kiss your significant others goodbye, and take your time.”
Employees who choose to call off work won’t be penalized, however, Holschwanger wants them to understand that he notices when an employee goes above and beyond for the good of the store.