Norwegian Cruise Lines
January 3, 2011 by staff
Norwegian Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Lines is one of the cruise the most respected in the world, and that was the draw for the show’s producers Undercover Boss. The show centers around business owners and chief executive officer disguised as ordinary people, the tasks of their employees.
The last episode was CEO Kevin Sheehan Norwegian disguised unemployed taxi driver in New York. During the show, Sheehan performs various daily tasks of employees on the cruise line. First, Sheehan learns to keep off the ship. It happens later time with the leadership team and staff to eat. One of Sheehan’s work was to help build the ice ring on a Norwegian ship.
Although many cruising areas were covered on the episode Undercover Boss, casino gambling has been left off the show. Dealers and casino managers were able to stay away from the CEO. The areas in which Sheehan has a job, however, helped to gauge interest in different activities.
The rink, for example, was built and caused Sheehan injured his back. When finally completed, there was nobody on the cruise they enjoyed this activity. Lack of interest Sheehan decide later that ice skating would no longer be offered.
One of the employees on the episode has recognized the CEO, and instead of playing Coy, Sheehan clean and asked the employee to help deceive the other workers. Ultimately, all employees who have taken jobs with Sheehan were rewarded either financially or with promotions.
Casino games is a big part of why vacationers choose to go on cruises. There are cruise ships that leave from all major ports in the United States, and most popular of which move to the Caribbean, Florida. On board, players are free to play a wide variety of games found in casinos.
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