It is the happiest place on Earth.......
Unless you are an American IT worker.
If you are an American IT worker you can go to Hell. But first train your replacement worker.
Then follow Tinkerbell to the front gate and get out.
They were told they had 90 days to train their replacements: Foreigners on H-1B visas, the most common visa for high-skilled foreign workers. If they didn't agree, they weren't eligible for bonuses or severance packages.
Up to 300 workers also lost their jobs.
The lawsuits, filed in a Tampa federal court Monday, charge Disney and two global consulting companies, HCL and Cognizant, for colluding to break the law.
Both HCL and Cognizant are outsourcing companies, known for submitting a high volume of H-1B petitions each year. By law, H-1B workers can't replace American workers, and the suit alleges that that's exactly what the three companies did.
Blackwell said Disney is not the only company using outsourcing firms to hire immigrants to replace American workers. (All the companies do this all the time. Get rid of your American workers any way you can. Just get rid of them)
Typically, companies require employees to sign a severance agreement preventing them from suing or speaking out about the firm. She said some companies will offer as much as $20,000. (Take the money and shut your mouth)
"Disney didn't have that. (Stupid) They failed to put the 'You can't sue, you cant talk' clause," Blackwell told CNNMoney.
"We want to show America that this is what's happening right under your nose," (In Case you haven't read Andrews other 25,000 posts where he has pointed this practice out to you)
Moore applied to several jobs at the company, interviewed for them, and was told that the jobs were only for H-1B holders or foreigners. (American workers can go to hell)
For its part, Disney said it's done nothing wrong. (Insert Goofy's laugh here)