Thread regarding SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. layoffs

Great Company

Q1 results were positive, 34,000+ animals rescued and things looking up!

Blessed to work for such a great company.

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83

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Leader? I.S.?

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-deow

I quit 3 weeks ago after 24 years. BEST. DECISION. EVER. They should bulldoze the entire park along with the stuck up and snobby Shamu Trainers and build a timeshare resort. The Orlando Sea World Water Quality Leader is a snobby (oh look at me, I have a College Degree) micro managing waste of money. The new VP of Zoo Ops (JP) is a waste of this planets oxygen. Good luck you worthless f---s.

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-cdbr

Quest employees?

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-cvyn

It's in the tank they are under staffed for the upcoming summer. They couldn't handle a crowd of 15000 this Friday. They have people calling in everyday and more and more quitting. They are getting more quest employees for write off purposes. They don't want to pay employees like the other parks or even treat them with respect so they get c-appy labor guest service at a all time low because moral is at an all time low. As far as leadership. team it's like they don't care no reward no payout. Low pay high laziness go hand and hand at this once great company.

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-cnsb

@Z2dxy83-eod I quit that c-appy company 6 months ago. But you keep believing that they appreciate you πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-1yjs

Yeah they have no idea how to analyze theme parks! we’re doing awesome!

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-1rdc

To be fair, Motley Fool has no idea how to analyze a company whose business is seasonal. Traditionally Q1/Q4 are going to have some sort of loss, and most revenues going to be in Q2/Q3. Fools indeed.

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-1onj

I think the motley fool summed q1 up pretty well:

β€œThey want you to focus on the 3.6% attendance growth and think, "Wow, people are still going to SeaWorld! It's not completely irrelevant!" You'll notice that revenue is only up 1.6%. While traffic was increased about 3.6%, admission cost per ticket decreased 4.3%. What that tells me is that they're having to decrease their ticket prices faster in order to attract that audience, but that audience is not growing as fast as their ticket prices are decreasing. So even though they're doing all these cost-cutting initiatives, which are saving them on the bottom line a little bit, it's still an unprofitable company, and I still wonder about how low those ticket prices have to go in order to get that audience back up to the point where they're able to be profitable.”

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-sqj

Say that again after you get laid off....

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-eod

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-sql

Guests do not =revenue. Quit drinking their deceptive Kool-aid. This company loves employees like you, you eat and devour every lie they tell you. For God's sakes they took away your eating utensils !

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Post ID: @Z2dxy83-vao

#GasLight

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