- Report: #1064030
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Complaint Review: Andy Ma, Disney Parks and Resorts Analytics Manager
Andy Ma, Disney Parks and Resorts Analytics Manager200 Celebration Place Celebration, Florida USA
Andy Ma, Disney Parks and Resorts Analytics Manager Andy Ma, Disney Parks and Resorts Analytics Manager of Nobody while Overly Fulfilling of Self by Suppressing Employees for Celebration Florida
*Author of original report: Jealousy of others better and narrow minded personality
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It seems a Disney culture as all these managers and even employees, while just nobody, always think they are someone big, deserve royal treatment and totally intolerant of small things and others.
Andy Ma, has tried to make up fake performance excuses to fail his employee who simply have requested to reschedule a meeting due to time conflict - amazingly disgusting! Royal king of Andy Ma made himself a clown creature as there are other people on the team making bigger mistakes than the fake performance he made on the employee who would even ‘dare’ to reschedule his meeting for something else. And be careful if you happen to knocked the table leg and made a sound while Andy Ma is talking in the meeting room, be ready for some consequences.
This is just how Disney works, the nobody thinks he is some-big-body and will set you up for failures.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/02/2013 09:11 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Andy-Ma-Disney-Parks-and-Resorts-Analytics-Manager/Celebration-Florida-34747/Andy-Ma-Disney-Parks-and-Resorts-Analytics-Manager-Andy-Ma-Disney-Parks-and-Resorts-Ana-1064030. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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