Pizza Hut manager claims he was fired for refusing to open on Thanksgiving

 
Nov. 26, 2013

A former Pizza Hut manager in Elkhart, Ind., alleges he was fired for refusing to open the store on Thanksgiving Day.

According to WHAS 11, based out of Louisville, Ky., Tony Rohr claims he was told it was mandatory to open on Thursday and, when he refused, he was let go. Rohr's bosses, however, counter-allege that he quit and was not fired.

The story said Pizza Hut typically closes on Thanksgiving and Christmas, but this year the policy was changed by corporate officials.

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Topics: Operations Management , Pizza Hut


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