- Carnival Corp. announced company-wide layoffs, furloughs, and pay cuts on Thursday.
- The relocations came 2 months into a cruise-industry shutdown brought on by the spread of COVID-19
- Carnival CEO Arnold Donald sent an e-mail to the business’s employees describing the decision.
- Carnival did not immediately respond to an ask for remark.
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Carnival CEO Arnold Donald sent out an e-mail to the company’s workers discussing the choice.
You can read Arnold’s full message listed below:
To all shoreside team members,
In late March, I shared with you our intent to minimize the monetary effect on each of you from the COVID-19 pandemic, if possible, through June.
Are you a present or current staff member of Carnival or another cruise company?
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