Salty about Sandy: 20 Hurricane tweets from your employees

Hurricane Sandy: Day 2

To my east-coasters, I hope this post finds you safe and dry. 

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Me? Hey, thanks for asking. Our Philly home kept power throughout and we otherwise made it through unscathed. Still, Philadelphia remains in a state of emergency. The City is essentially shut down. Most of the major surrounding highways have been off-limits. And, for a second day in a row, for the safety of the drivers and the riders, there is no public transportation in the City.

That means that local businesses too opted to close on Monday, and remain closed on Tuesday. Well, most of them. 

To the chagrin of some employees affected by the Hurricane, they had to work. And they have vented on Twitter.

After the jump, what your employees tweeted about working (or, maybe, not so much) during Hurricane Sandy…

[Don’t shoot the messenger]

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Those employees who braved the storm to get to work on Monday; not so happy…

Early Monday morning, others had yet to get the official word that work would be closed. (Michaels, you may want to recirculate those employee-satisfaction surveys).

Working from home; not much of a consolation prize…

Meanwhile, some turned lemons into lemonade…

Others got nostalgic…

One shared a little way too much information…

What is it about natural disasters and booze?

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