Posted Sunday, September 6, 2020 7:55 PM | Contributed by Jeff
SeaWorld, in an SEC filing, says the company committed to terminating some of its furloughed employees on Friday. The company did not specify how many workers will be affected.
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Somewhere (was it here?) I saw a picture of an anti union propaganda poster the company is hanging for employees to see.
On it is a picture of some gaming system control thing and the message is that those union dues can buy one of these.
That was Delta Air Lines and it was directed at their aircraft mechanics, who were considering unionizing. It was widely criticized by employee groups and the major media outlets and was seen as an intelligence insulting cheap shot. (Which it was)
Before Delta merged with Northwest, NWA management successfully busted their mechanics union and created their own non-union regional airline, Compass. Northwest was a hostile environment before the merger.Last edited by Tommytheduck, Wednesday, September 9, 2020 4:16 PM
Honestly it's another reason I don't feel bad cancelling my SWO/BGT pass I bought in April on a whim
You do you, but that pass provides a magnitude better experience than Disney's pass currently does.
Agree to disagree. They might have fireworks. But their ride operations are beyond atrocious (as opposed to just being the regular variety of atrocious in the normal times). I also saw some photos of Kraken and Journey to Atlantis only being open from 10am-2pm and the Key West area of the park until 12pm. And at least in the beginning their COVID-19 mitigation tactics were getting dogged pretty hard.
I'd rather walk on major rides at Disney and Universal than wait for one of the SWO or BGT B&Ms running one train at half capacity with 8 minute dispatches.
I'll be back when Iron Gwazi and Icebreaker open.
Cuts in San Antonio:
Information on the Florida layoffs and lack of originally promised severance
The story there from the performer is not unique, I've heard a similar one from one that I vaguely know.
What a ****show. The company had its challenges when I was there years ago, but I don't even recognize it now.
An acquaintance of mine was part of a mass layoff with no severance (after being furloughed for months) by our local casino, and a week later a job listing for all the same positions was posted by the same company. What garbage.
What was that about the Seaworld pass providing the better experience?
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