January 17, 2011 by Post Team
BELFOR RESTORATION, The CEO of “Belfor restauration”a burst into tears on the reality TV series Undercover Boss
The episode that aired Sunday, January 16, 2011 on CBS shows Sheldon Yellen crying and revealing himself to an employee who did not get the increase that would accompany a promotion.
This person also felt that business leaders do not care about employees.
When Sheldon Yellen addressed employees at the final show, he admitted he made some mistakes and announced that there would be positive changes.
Sheldon said the report seemed a Hutch executive who is really walking the talk.
Sheldon broke down in tears when he told everyone back that it was the employees who make the company what it became.
“Belfor restauration”a already provided equipment and labor to build schools or give them a makeover in the television series Pride school, so they do not really care about people.
“Belfor restauration’’EST a global company that restores buildings damaged by fire and water for both companies and individuals.
Disaster recovery company Belfor Restoration is not exactly a household name, but they play an important role – they help to rebuild and restore property damaged by natural disasters and man-made. CEO Sheldon Yellen did a lot to revamp the image of the company when he took his turn “Undercover Boss” from CBS after his son’s suggestion.
Thus, the CEO of a company with a presence in 29 countries were on the job front disaster recovery, help with water removal and reconstruction.
In an emotional moment on Sunday, “Undercover” episode Yellen breaks character and reveals himself to an employee to work in the trenches with, promising to make the long-awaited revival that does not come with its promotion.
That said, it is not perfect. As many employers Undercover, Yellen made his fair share of whining and nostalgia for his ivory tower. In the epic battle vs. Yellen plasterboard, drywall definitely wins.
Despite the pattern showing the incompetence of the usual manual labor that is provided with unrestricted access to private jet, we need to recover. Belfor Restoration had a big hand in NBC’s gone-too-soon “School Pride”, by providing time and materials to rebuild schools in need of a makeover.
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