If this happened as posted am sure the unions lawyers are drooling like vultures. Per the master services agreement you can not be terminated in that maner. And if this happened the CMs lawyers would be doing interviews with the press. Anyone remember when the park fired a bunch of ticket takers who they thought were stealing tickets? The company lost a lot of money on that one. And the security department was cleaned out after the reports of abuse during intearagations was made public. Several of those seperated CM made enough to retire early.
I like what I've been hearing about him. There is a report that he sent limos to the castmember parking lot to pick up the castmembers one morning. Then he greeted them as they were dropped off at the resort. I think he wants everyone to know that he is finally here and on the job.
As long as he continues to support maintenance and improvements on the parks, I'll stay a supporter. :)
I applaud what he did. I used to be in management and let me tell you it pissed me off to no end when some of my ex co-workers would just stand around doing nothing!
Anyway, on a side note, hopefully those CMs were within their 90 day period. If any of them really wanted to they could take it to court for wrongfull termination. In CA a company pretty much has to give multiple talks about the same subject before they can fire someone, unless they're within their 90 day period.
Keep your employees happy and they'll pass the sentiment on to your customers. I can't say I disagree. :thumbup:
[quote=JosephTNielsen;1015726]In CA a company pretty much has to give multiple talks about the same subject before they can fire someone, unless they're within their 90 day period.[quote]
Actually, California is a "Right to Work" state, which means that an employer can terminate an employee at any time for almost any reason. The only exception is that an employee can not be fired as a direct result of being a protected class (Because of physical ability, religion, race, sex, etc). If multiple people were all fired and it does not appear that it had anything to do with their race, sex, etc., then Disney is well within their rights to let them go (at least according to state law).
^^What he said.