Posted Thursday, February 20, 2003 5:12 AM | Contributed by supermandl
Walt Disney World has stopped hiring additional permanent workers, saying Wednesday that the slowing economy, terrorism threats and the possibility of war have weakened Central Florida's tourism market. No layoffs are planned at Florida's largest theme-park complex, which employs 53,500 people. Disney likely will hire temporary employees as usual for the busier summer season.
Read more from The Tampa Tribune.
This is probably a smart move. Save some money. I am all for it.
The Empire will Strike Back....
"What do I know, I only work in an Amusement Park?"
"You are paying to get in. Period."
I'd make an excellent RCT Scenario ... anyone game?
If Lifes a Rollercoaster, I want a Flawless
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