Suppose a tree comes down blocking a residents car park or commercial premises, care home or hospital etc that you maintain. Or heavy snowfall makes a sloping site impossible to enter or exit by car then would you go out on Christmas day to solve the customers problem for them ?
I would. My personal circumstances mean it would be easy to do so but i'd like to think that even if i had kids i still would anyway. Its not a case of money grabbing but being there when your customers need you most. My dad was a milkman back in the days when the rounds used to go out on Christmas day and i can remember having to wait until he got back from work to open the presents, it never did us any harm.
Just wondered what other juicers thought about this ?
i'm sure none of my customers would call me on christmas day but if absolutely neccesary i propbably would help out. i am 20 miles away from my customers though so i doubt in an emergency i would be of any use
Well a lot more would work it than i thought so it just goes to show how much juicers are prepared do to help their clients out.
Now its over, did anyone work ? ? ?
not christmas day but i did work boxing day on a job that had to be done whilst no cars were driving onto a commercial site, the job was adjacent to the barrier at the entrance and the block paving had moved due to the tarmac holding it in place and had fallen apart
we lifted the block paving, relaid it and put a concrete strip 300mm wide to hold it all together
if it had meant doing this job on christmas day then I would of had no hesitation what so ever in working