1,900 Sea World Employees laid off

donsullivan

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We're beginning to see the expected second wave of lay offs in the tourism industry. The industry experts are expecting many thousands throughout central FL as we head into October.

 
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Tom Morrow

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They also hired new hires in place of some of the furloughed employees so they could pay them a reduced wage or salary.

SeaWorld is a trash company.
 

deere839

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heres the thing they tried to bring people back but they didn't want to come back alot of them so it would be better for this layoff to come im expecting more to follow with universal haven't bringing back there part timers yet only full timers and other company's around the world i believe ive seen a couple of weeks ago OLC doing a worse move than this
 

JoeCamel

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heres the thing they tried to bring people back but they didn't want to come back alot of them so it would be better for this layoff to come im expecting more to follow with universal haven't bringing back there part timers yet only full timers and other company's around the world i believe ive seen a couple of weeks ago OLC doing a worse move than this
Breathe........
 
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