If would be nice if a company want to fire you at least have to decency to give you the comp time you are owed from working OT and also give you some free time to look for a new job.
re-read my post again. I never said it’s illegal to fire your employee without giving them their comp time. I said it would be decent of a company if after threaten your employee to work overtime or you will fire their ass that they be given paid comp time afterwards. I know decency doens’t mean much in the business world, but what’s wrong with asking for it?
You know anyone associated with LucasArts isn’t supposed to discuss what happened. Anyone laid off is likely to have signed a NDA as part of their severance package.
Actually a few of my co-workers are ex-LucasArt and they were fired during the purge 3-4 years ago, one of them whom I have absolute respect for. From what they told me, LucasArt was a horrible company to work for back then, and so far looks like the tradition just continued.
Pre-production on KOTOR3 was proceeding internally at LucasArts the last time they got out of internal development. Whether that means they were planning to do it in-house or whether they were just laying the groundwork before handing it off to Obsidian or someone else, I do not know.
Burden of proof is on the claimant, so let’s see yours first.
I have no doubt. Imagine your state-of-the-art office complex being situated in the middle of one of the most scenic national parks in the country while at the same time being in the middle of San Francisco?
The theater is fabulous. They do screenings of Oscar-nominated films during the award season for all the Northern California academy voters, but it’s not too hard to get in and watch them too if you have a friend who works there. You just have to be quiet.
And their cafeteria is absolutely stellar as it serves ILM and LucasFilm too. It makes EA’s fabled EARS caffeteria look like an urban middle school.