- May 7, 2015
I think its a great idea, but it doesn't go far enough.This is about eliminating employees to save healthcare costs...to boil it down simply.
I'm not commenting on whether that's good or bad...but that has been a primarily focus for 20 years.
Interesting to see how it goes...but my opinion is their payoff amount is of course way too low...but I'd expect nothing more...or less...in this case.
They should set the base rates at $100/$200/$300 respective of their resort level (or some will argue there's no levels, just location)
Then, just upcharge for stuff:
AC: $5/per night per 1 degree below 78
Toilet: $1/per #1, $2/per #2
Fridge: $5/per night plugged in
Shower: $5/per 3 min session
Bed: $15/per night of use
Talk to resort staff: $5 per occurance
Pool Use: $10 per day
Take picture of resort: $1 per picture