I just don't understand how these employees don't realize that something is up when an employee shows up "because of a reality show contest." You'd think they would have to change that story. Are you telling me that none of the employees of these companies have seen the show before?
The CEO and the company could care less about there workers, was an associate of Hudson News Joint Venture, better known as Hudson News Group for 12 years, and after 5 mistakes of $2.00 in 11 months, was fired, you call that caring, the general managers of the stores for Hudson Group in McCarron Airport could care less about there associates, and the whole of management don't care about you, all they want is for you to sell, sell, sell, the only reason I stayed was because I was close to retirement, and at 69 years old they took that away from me, 3 more months I would have been vested into the union, I lost everything, the worse company to work for. After 12 years I would have owed them $ 18.65 for my cash eras and fired I was. That's Hudson News Group for you.
I see little value in the show. The CEO's really learn very little. They themselves get look at how hard and how skilled their employees really hard - certainly their attempts at the job merit being fired - a very few get lavished with reward for the sake of drama - while so many other employees also doing a better job than the CEO can do - are forgotten and ignored. The CEO's come away still feeling entitled to huge paychecks for whatever it is they do - a much better show would be a common worker taking over as CEO and doing his or her job. No doubt the CEO's do this show as a Public Relations Stunt - if only they knew how embarrassing it is.
Show is great but really needs to visit Checkers by me! Want to see poor management and worker under 18 not able to clock out even within the 8 hours between work and high school. Child Labor Law Dept. will have a great investigation and Checkers will go DOWN. wishes the CEO can visit here
This Is A Great Show Showing Graitude & Appreciation 4 Employess & Education & Vacation TimeWOW.......One Must Experience It To Really Relate..It would be nice to see One On Hospitals & Eldercare.... Once I Entered That Profession, I Found They Are Overworked Underpaid Short Staffed & not very Appreciated ...In Other Professions I was paid better & treated Better, yet Healthcare Is A Needed Resource 4 Every Nation....& Thank U For A Show..... That Encourages Kindness....
Your Show Is Great for Teaching Appreciation For Employees. With Welcoming & Education !It Would Be Nice To On Hospitality For Health Care Workers Like Hospitals, Elder Care Ect...In My Careers Most Were Great Until Entering the Healthcare Profession....Overworked underpaid & short staffed in many areas....Yet Healthcare Is....A Needed Resource In Any Nation Is Also Appreciation....Thank U For A Show That Touches The Soul....With Grace & Gratitude & Joy !
No way this show is real. I have seen two or three episodes and EVERY single time, the CEO works for a few hours with someone, goes to lunch with them and over lunch the employee tells the most intimate details of their personal life with the CEO. Does anyone really buy that after working with someone for 4 hours you are going to tell them that your dad has cancer, you were abused as a child and your your son is disabled? People are so gullible.
Yeah, I find it a little hard to believe that every employee these CEO's come across are going to tell them their life story within four hours of meeting them. It's a good show but like any reality show, it's questionable at times as to whether it is actually "real".
The one lady who was living in a homeless shelter...had her NAILS and HAIR done....must cost a pretty penny to keep up with those. Just saying...
On one UB episode, a CEO found out an employee was living in a homeless shelter so he gave $250,000 to buy a home. Wouldn't it have been better if he had increased her pay so that she could earn her home and have the money to KEEP IT? If she isn't earning enough to pay rent, how is she going to maintain a home?
Notice the ones who said that the pay was bad had CEO who said things like "Do I think I am overpaid? No. I have done things to increase my personal brand and that's where I sit today." and "I would love to pay more for the work, but there is a point where the market confines us -- I can't start selling pretzels for $5 apiece. It's a tough place to be. So, yes, it is a little unfair when you see one person makes so much, but that's part of life.". No that's part of greed. There was a time when a company took off and did well, everyone did well. Anyone remember that ancient practice of "profit sharing"?. No, now CEO feel that if the company is doing well it has nothing to do with it's employees, it's all "them". In fact they look at it the opposite -- cut back on employee benefits and make even MORE money. It's the new CEO motto.
There's a place...called a library...it has books...on - gasp! - economics. You should go find one and read it. Amazed at what you could learn about the real world. Also, a history book would be good too. Start with those greatest of profit sharers, The Robber Barrens