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Abigail seems to care more about the employees than any of the executives. I wonder how Walt or Roy would have dealt with this.
Disneyland needs to open, Disneyland is loosing a lot of money,and lots of employees are suffering
I hold quite a sizable amount of stock, Abigail is a bright light of all of us cast members and the customers .The executive should give up 80% of there salary and benefits.
I hold quite a sizable amount of stock, Abigail is a bright light of all of us cast members and the customers .The executives should give up 80% of there salary and benefits.
Gavin Newsom should be blamed for this. He spent 4 month and still no safety guide line.
100% agree. There are lots of people who would be willing to go to Disneyland and/or California Adventure if they were open. It can be safely done as we’ve all seen in the last few months with the parks in Florida.
I agree with Abigail. I wish she would run the company. She cares for the employees and what Disney represents. Disney is hurting and we can’t let it go bankrupt like many other companies. Our future generations would miss what our generations have enjoyed and it’s inspirational and magical ideas and beauty. We can’t afford to lose Disney. Let’s fight to keep Disney’s dream alive.🙏🏖️❤️💫🌟✨
God bless you Walt Disney.
Please let’s not lose your Disneyland and Disney World.We love you.
Why the executive? Why not shareholders?
Theresa. shareholders are not getting anything at this time ,there stock is down but this is the risk we get.
Theresa : shareholders are not getting anything but the executive’s are getting there salary ,cast member getting nothing. You must be one of the OVER paid executive’s . Cast member we do appreciate All of you!
When does this woman ever not just SHUT UP! He ideas are flawed and if she was running the company as people have suggested, it would have gone bankrupt years ago. She doesn’t care at all about the cast members, only pretends to for activism sake.
Opening is not going to fix the hemorrhaging lose of cash. So many cuts in so many areas, the diehards which I was one of can not take it at this point. Fear and safety will make it impossible to return to the magic I know and love. The global vacationers and DVC members that blow thousands to tens of thousands annually are needed. Our family is one of those families. Loyalty flows both ways. Disney is not a nonprofit. They charge big bucks with big returns on those dollars but not currently and not as long as the globe wants everyone to be scared out of there minds. Disney as many other companies are in a no win situation. I’m giving it until the end of 2021, and if the magic has not returned, we’re dumping our three DVC memberships, and moving on. We haven’t been there since the sky started falling. No visits in 2020 and four planned for 2021, and with the current guidelines in place and lack of what we love, we’ll start cancelling one by one for next year and then dumping what we have. I love Disney and spend a ton of money there. It’s not Disney’s fault at all. They’re doing the absolute best that they can for a big business. I do however work hard for my money and Disney doesn’t need donations, they need to deliver and with the current global scare and no sign of it ending, I may need to find other recreational areas to enjoy life.
Abigale chastised the shares buy the company made back in 2019 like she knew the pandemic was coming and it was going to end the world. Why didn’t she share this with everyone else. Not everyone is able to predict the future.
Has Ms. Disney (who I believe is a millionaire) indicated how much money she will be donating to CM pantries and other fundraising efforts? Also, considering her efforts to elevate her visibility, has Ms. Disney announced any plans to spearhead an international fundraiser on behalf of CMs that have been laid off?
Being laid off from Disney… im not sure what to think…. but part of me says that Disney put a lot of people into streets to fend for themselves.
Some of these people could now loose their homes, have to move away, loose health insurance and get sick, plus they wont be buying stuff at the local Walmart too much.
Maybe and hopefully there are jobs to pick up these great people and give them sonewhat equal pay and treatment.
At least I hope our company can give each a lifetime pass to parks maybe.
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