You love your job, but clocking in on a holiday can be a tough pill to swallow. Especially when it’s Halloween, also known as the one day out of the year you can expect to be surrounded by “injuries” you’re pretty certain it’s okay to ignore .
Of course, working on Halloween isn’t all doom and gloom, and while seeing the (neon orange) light may take some time, we’re here to help walk you through the process. Something we assume looks a little like this:
For weeks, you’ve been dropping hints that Halloween is your all-time favorite holiday. Sweetening your coffee with candy corn, bringing lunch to work in a smoking cauldron and telling everybody about that one time you slept upside down to get into character for your vampire costume….
But the charge nurse apparently missed all your signals, because the moment the work schedule is released:
Of course, you try to be an adult about it.
But only while you remain in sight. The drive home, however, is another story.