Posted Wednesday, August 8, 2018 1:10 PM | Contributed by Jeff
SeaWorld is eliminating 125 positions amid a companywide restructuring. The announcement comes a day after Orlando-based SeaWorld released second quarter financial results that showed growing revenues and attendance. About 4,900 full-time employees and 11,300 part-time employees worked at the company as of December 2017.
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That's about twenty positions per park, no where near as earth shaking as what they have done in the past,
Less, because they cut at corporate, too. Some of those cuts were pretty stupid, too, like cutting secretaries instead of useless middle managers. Overall though, it's a 2.5% RIF, which isn't horrible.
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