well…they got a letter. i guess if cms expected an actual bonus/gift, they’ll have to upgrade to christmas bonus+
Yeah, between his performance at Destination and this note, complete with cutesy font, he seems like the worst sort of cloying, disingenuous exec who really wants to show you how much he cares (as long as it doesn’t require any time, money, or operational changes of any sort).Never understood peeps love for this Josh guy…
I worked for a giant telecommunications company (think of one with three letters) and for the 10+ years prior to getting laid off, the company never gave an end of year/Christmas bonus, party, luncheon or card. Hell, not a single decoration in the office unless an employee put something up in their cube such as my Charlie Brown Christmas tree. To be fair, we would have a pot luck lunch in the break room when each employee brought something. And our market Director would have a holiday get together at his house, paid for out of his own pocket when he was able to do so. While it is certainly very nice to get some sort of Christmas bonus/gift/luncheon/party with the bill footed by the company, it is not the norm.We don't from the company, but our immediate Director always gets us something. Like you, it's been well over 10 years since any of my employers (hospital systems) gave gifts. They did luncheons. In the hospital.
Never in 33 years working for a major chemical company have I gotten a Christmas bonus. Although my direct boss usually sends us an edible arrangements. We sometimes get a "safety" award if we've gone a long time without a LWDI (loss work day injury)People still get bonuses in Christmas gifts from their employers? I have not gotten a Christmas bonus or gift in my entire 20-year career working for various companies.
Funny enough when I quit my previous job about 15 years ago I had a pension and didn't realize it (more to do with what management was considered at the time). I get a bonus yearly with where I work now. Husband no pension but gets a g/c usually for a holiday gift. They are too global to call it anything else.Presents and bonuses at Christmas? Do those even exist in 2021? Next thing you’ll tell me is that pensions are still common.
I think the word you were looking for is "morale." But given some of the stuff this company puts out, I think the morals are at an all-time low too.New Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro is continuing with the tradition of giving absolutely nothing to the Cast Members for Christmas. In a year when many have been pushed to breaking point and moral is at an all-time low, there is nothing from the company to give any hint of appreciation, unless of course we count this Christmas message from Josh. I'm sure the cast are glad to hear he is proud of them for making the company billions once again.
What's the size of your firm? I think the size of the company plays a part. Large conglomerates with CEO's and boards tend to operate a bit differently.At my brokerage firm we get a Christmas bonus, a big Christmas party and the brokers give us money for helping them all year. I really didnt know that is not the norm anymore.
When did Disney ever send out a Christmas gift or pay a Christmas bonus? Is this fake outrage?Just to be clear as well, the note wasn't sent out via paper or anything like that, it is just a graphic on the internal company website.
I’ve been a cast member for almost 15 years and have never got a Christmas bonus?
New Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro is continuing with the tradition of giving absolutely nothing to the Cast Members for Christmas. In a year when many have been pushed to breaking point and moral is at an all-time low, there is nothing from the company to give any hint of appreciation, unless of course we count this Christmas message from Josh. I'm sure the cast are glad to hear he is proud of them for making the company billions once again.
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