Tuesday, February 17, 2009

You've Got Questions, I've Got Answers, Part 11

Another batch of questions relating to Disneyland and Walt Disney Productions, as posed by Disneyland employees in 1973 and published in the June 27, 1973 Disneyland Line. More details can be found in Part 1.
QUESTION: CAN ANYTHING BE DONE TO ASSIST US IN HANDLING GUESTS WHO ACT LIKE HOODLUMS?

ANSWER: Yes. Additional out-of-costume employees will be scheduled to assist in handling these situations.

QUESTION: WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE FOR ME, AS AN HOURLY EMPLOYEE, TO SIT IN ON MY DIVISION'S SCHEDULING MEETING?

ANSWER: Yes. We will be asking hourly employees to attend scheduling meetings to provide a better understanding of the problems supervision must contend with in the area of scheduling.

QUESTION: WHEN A DAY SHIFT PERMANENT EMPLOYEE CALLS IN SICK, WHY AREN'T OTHER PERMANENT EMPLOYEES GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO COVER THIS SHIFT RATHER THAN USING A SEASONAL EMPLOYEE?

ANSWER: Supervision will attempt to cover the more desirable shifts with permanent employees when possible.

QUESTION: I AM A PERMANENT EMPLOYEE, BUT IF I TRANSFER FROM MY PRESENT DIVISION TO ANOTHER DIVISION WHY MUST I START AS A CASUAL/SEASONAL IN THE NEW DIVISION?

ANSWER: In the future, if a permanent employee is transferred from one division to another division, where a permanent position is available, they will be transferred as a permanent employee at a lateral weekly rate progression and placed at the bottom of the seniority list.

QUESTION: CAN I POST ANNOUNCEMENTS OF OUTSIDE EVENTS ON BULLETIN BOARDS?

ANSWER: Yes, but please take your announcement to the D.R.C. office in The Center for approval, and if it is approved you may then post it on the bulletin board. All bulletin board materials need prior approval of the D.R.C. in order to maintain reasonable control over the content of the bulletin boards.

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