tit for tat wrote:
oh the horror wrote:
The horror of being expected to work for the amount of money you agreed to work for when you took the job.
You might have somewhat more of an argument if they let the employees know at the beginning of the year, not just before Christmas.
When you have set expectations based on years of history it is a professional courtesy to inform people when it changes.
For example, at my job, I only request vacation time when I know we are not busy and only leave jobs when the project is complete. It is within my rights to simply give a two-week notice, but I don't because it would leave the company totally screwed.
If my company suddenly canceled an expected bonus at the last minute I think I would reconsider how I prioritized my schedule for them in the future.
For Disney, it seems like a cheap and potentially damaging move, especially considering it only saves a couple million bucks.
I wasn’t aware that Disney employees don’t have that same right.