As I have posted before, I am a Disneyland employee from another generation - so I'd like to know why some people have a problem with the new "Presenteeism" policy that I have been reading about.
If Disneyland CMs are chronically late or absent, shouldn't they be fired? What's wrong with that? I know that I would have been fired from DL during my years there, if I had treated my job that way. And I worked in the troubled pre-Eisner period.
And in my professional life I KNOW I would be fired for acting that way.
Is the controversy surrounding the way the park management might be - gee, believe it or not - mishandling the situation?
Or has the work ethic of CM's changed to the point where management is happy just to see people showing up nowadays?
I'm a long removed outsider now that still cares very deeply for the park (I still can't call it a resort, sorry).