Over the summer, I was working in the Lawn & Garden department at the local Walmart.
I was accustomed to working outside in the heat. Indiana summers are mild compared to summers back home, and so the cool 100°F days were welcome.
And then one day, I was told that I wouldn't be working in my department; I'd be helping out in Frozen Foods.
The first thing I had to do was get stock out of a 0° freezer.
That's right, I was expecting to be working in 100° heat.
I was dressed to work in 100° heat.
And I was standing in a 0° freezer.
I had my family bring my coat.
I ended up catching a cold.
I'm refusing next time. A 100° difference in a work environment is just insane.