ATLANTA -- Monday morning, many people are thinking of cookouts and how to spend the last unofficial day of summer.
But for some Atlantans, Labor Day means a very busy weekend at work.
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At the Omni Hotel, it's all hands on deck Monday for one of the busiest weekends of the year. And it's a similar scene across city hotels and restaurants with so many visitors in town for Labor Day.
According to USA TODAY, 39 percent of employers will keep the open sign on the door and require some workers to come in for Monday's holiday. For a lot of positions, working Labor Day is expected when employees apply for the job.
"It's part of the business, and everybody understands that. It's fun for everybody," Omni Hotel general manager Scott Stuckey said. "I think the excitement in the city this weekend makes it much easier for everybody to work."
Stuckey added that the employees who work Labor Day will get next weekend off.