Lee (tohanry) wrote in thequestionclub,

Am I making a mountain out of a molehill?

So my work has this policy about weather emergencies.....

"If the emergency level is high in an employee's county of residence, but not in the county where their workplace resides, the employee make take PTO. An employee should always consider their safety first."

Now...between yesterday when i left work...and this morning...it dropped a 1/2 inch of ice and 4-5 inches snow. All counties in the area were on a Level 2 emergency.

So I called my office, saying that I would take one of the PTO days I have (since I have like 8.5

Well, I got an email basically stating that I needed to come in and that my PTO wouldn't be honored.

So I got to drive on the ice rinks that are the roads right outside of my house....

Is it all right to be pissed because of the fact we have a policy that it seems no one can use?

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