It’s called The Ropes at Disney’s.
Here’s a sample:
Professionally scanned-in** by Digital Assets Coordinator Mark Gibson – click to expand
See if you wouldn’t consider this handbook evidence of a hostile work environment, you know, from the standpoint of this day and age. Note that women got twice as many sick days as men, but they weren’t allowed access to the rooftop employee lounge.
Also, back in the day, some dreamed of impractical shoes while others dreamed of dating those who dreamed of impractical shoes. (Oh, well, maybe that’s just like today – nothing’s changed on that score.)
No matter, the long-torsoed guy is quite the ogler.
And check it, Disney pioneered workplace casual dress – it was called “Businesslike Informality,” so neckties were banned.
*Located in San Francisco’s Presidio, not too far from the Golden Gate Bridge.
**I have a color checker that’s just like the one you can see in the corner there, except mine’s all crinkled up now. These things are expensive.
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