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[商业新闻] 2014-02-15&02-17 发表“苦难婴儿”论的AOL主管取消削减退休福利计划

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[商业新闻] 2014-02-15&02-17 发表“苦难婴儿”论的AOL主管取消削减退休福利计划

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A mother says that her child was one that AOL CEO Tim Armstrong labeled as a "distressed baby."


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AOL employees did not like the company’s recent change to their 401(k) plans. Matching 401(k) contributions will be made at the end of the year rather than the end of each pay period.
Even less popular was how AOL CEO Tim Armstrong explained this change. He talked about rising healthcare costs, incited two AOL families who used benefits to cover high-risk pregnancies. He referred to babies as distressed babies.
Well, you could imagine outrage ensued, then, Armstrong apologized and AOL reversed the policy change. One of the mothers whose children Armstrong referred to as a distressed baby spoke to NBC about the comment.
It was sort of impossible to process that he was talking about my daughter who was home with me at that time, you know, to hear her labelled a distressed baby. And to me, there did sound like an implication that somehow we were greedy consumers of healthcare benefits, that we had kind of gobbled up more than our share of the pie.
That mother, that’s Deanna Fei, wrote a really moving and compelling article for Slate.com, saying, “…he (Armstrong) exposed the most searing experience of our lives…for no other purpose than an absurd justification for corporate cost-cutting.”
So here is my thing about this. Tim Armstrong is the guy that most people haven’t heard of. He’s the CEO of a company that a lot of people would be surprised to know still exist, America Online. He’s been in the news twice in the last year, for this talking about distressed babies and also for firing a guy who was snapping photos in the company meeting right there. This is bad press.
This is an interesting disconnect that we’ve seen before between corporate CEOs and real people, this woman was the face of a situation that was very painful to her. They almost lost their baby. She’s a little miracle to begin with.
This is why you get health insurance.
Yeah.
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[Homework]2014-02-15&02-17 发表“苦难婴儿”论的AOL主管取消削减退休福利计划

AOL employees did not like the company’s recent change to their 401k plans. imaging 401k contributions   made at the end of the year rather than the end of each pay period.Even less popular was how AOL CEO Tim Armstrong explained this change. He talked about rising healthcare costs, incited two AOL families who used benefits to cover high-risk pregnancies. He referred to babies as distressed babies. Well, you could imagine outrage ensued, then, Armstrong apologized and AOL reversed the policy change. One of the mothers whose children Armstrong referred to as a distressed baby spoke to NBC about the comment.It was sort of impossible to process that he was talking about my daughter who was home with me at that time, you know, to hear her labelled a distressed baby. And to me, there did sound like an implication that somehow we were greedy consumers of healthcare benefits, that we had kind of gobbled up more than our share of the pie.
That mother, that’s Deanna Fei, wrote a really moving and compelling article for Slate.com, saying, he exposed the most searing experience of our lives…for no other purpose than an absurd justification for corporate cost-cutting.”
So here is my thing about this. Tim Armstrong is the guy that most people haven’t heard of. He’s the CEO of a company that a lot of people would be surprise to know still exist america online, he is being the news twice, in the last year, for this talking about ditressed babies and also for firing a guy whose snapping potoes in the complany meeting right there,this is bad press. this is interesting disconnect we have seen before between coporate CEO s and real people, this women was the face of situation, that was very painful to her. They almost lost their baby. She’s a little miracle to begin with.


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AOL employees did not like their company's recent change to their 401K Plan. Matching for their 401k Plan contribution will be made at the end of the year rather than with each pay period. [401k Plan: retirement savings contributions are provided by an employer.]
Even less popular with how AOL‘s CEO Tim Armstrong explained this change. He talked about rising healthcare cost, incited 2 AOL families. He used the benefits to cover high-risk pregnancies. He referred to the babies as 'distressed babies.'

Well, you can imagine outrage ensued, then Armstrong apologized and AOL reversed the policy change. One of the mothers whose children Armstrong referred to as a 'distressed baby spoke to NBC about the comment.'

[Mother:] It was sort of impossible to process that he was talking about my daughter who was home with me at that time, you know, to hear her labelled a 'distressed baby'. And to me, that did sound like the implication that somehow we were, urm, greedy consumers of healthcare benefits that, that, we have kind of, gobbled up more of our share of the pie.
That mother, that's Dianna Fei, wrote a really moving and compelling(引人注目的) article for Slate.com, saying quote, 'he, Armstrong, exposed the most searing experience of our lives. For no other purpose than an absurd justification for corporate cost cutting.

So here's my thing about this. Tim Armstrong is the guy that most people haven't(不容错过的否定式) even heard of. He is the CEO of a company that people be surprised to know it still exists, the American Online.He's been in the news for twice in the last year. For this,[Female anchorperson: Yes, yeah.], the distressed baby and for firing a guy he was snapping photos in a company meeting right there.This is bad press.'

This is an interesting disconnect that we've seen before between corporate CEO and real people. This woman was the face of a situation that was very painful to her. They almost lost their baby. It was a little miracle to begin with.
This is why you get health insurance.
[Female anchorperson: Yeah.]
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AOL employees did not like the company’s recent change to their 401K plans. Matching for their 401K contributions will be made at the end of the year rather than with each pay period.

Even less popular with how AOL’s CEO Tim Armstrong explained this change. He talked about rising healthcare costs, incited two AOL families who used benefits to cover high-risk pregnancies. He referred to babies as “distressed babies”.

Well, you could imagine outrage ensued. Then Armstrong apologized and AOL reversed the policy change. One of the mothers whose children Armstrong referred to as a “distressed baby” spoke to NBC about the comment.

“It was sort of impossible to process that he was talking about my daughter who was home with me at that time. You know, to hear her labeled a ‘distressed baby’. And to me that did sound like the implication that somehow we were greedy consumers of healthcare benefits, that, that we have kind of gobbled up more than our share of the pie.”

That mother, that’s Diana Fei wrote a really moving and compelling article for Slate.com, saying “…he (Armstrong) exposed the most searing experiences of our lives…for no other purposes than an absurd justification for corporate cost-cutting.”

So here is my thing about this. Tim Armstrong is a guy that most people haven’t even heard before. He is the CEO of a company that a lot of people would be surprised to know it still exists -- the America On Line. He’s been in the news twice (Yeah) in the last year, for this, talking about the distressed babies and also for firing a guy who was snapping photos in a company meeting right there (in a company meeting). This is bad press.

This is an interesting disconnect that we’ve seen before between corporate CEOs and real people. This woman was the face of a situation that was very painful to her. They almost lost their baby. It was a little miracle to begin with.

This is why you get health insurance.

Yeah.
本帖最后由 ocean0756 于 2014-3-6 15:10 编辑

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So here is my thinking about this: Tim Armstrong is the guy the most people have been giving heard of CEO of the company, a lot of people being surprised to know still exist American AOL. He is being in the news twice in the last year, for this talking about distressed babies and also firing the guy who is slapping the photos in company meeting right there. This is bad press.

This is an interesting disconnect we've seen before between corporate CEOs and real people. This woman was the face of the situation.That's very painful. They almost lost their babies in the miracle to begin with.
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