dishwasher (Former Employee), Washington,DC – June 6, 2015
A typical day for this job was really hot.I really didnt gain anything from this job.Management was temp.The co-workers was good.One of the hardesr parts was go from my dishwasher clothes to other clothes to prepare & cut meat in front of guess in V.I.P.The most enjoyable part was waching the empoloyees do the tricks.
Technician (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – January 6, 2013
Cons: employee cafeteria
The cast and crew at CDS are some of the nicest people I have ever met. I felt welcome from the moment I started. The hardest part of my job at CDS was overcoming the difficulty I faced when moving heavier objects. During my time I learned self control is key to better manage my time.
Usher (Former Employee), Oxon Hill, MD – December 15, 2012
Pros: free show
Cons: short breaks
A Typical Day At Work Was Very Hectic But Fun Directing Guest To There Correct Seats And Making Sure Everything Was Perfect. I Learned How To Provide EXCELLENT Customer Service Because I Worked Very Closely With Peope. I Enjoyed The Show ALOT...The Hardest Part Of My Job Was Cleaning Up The Whole Grand Chapiteau After Each Show. Myy Manangers And Co Workers Were Very Fun And Nice To Work Around,
Organisation and people (Current Employee), Montreal, IHQ – November 14, 2012
Fun place to work, Hors du commun! Motivating work environment, a lot of activities all the year long. During the summer, terrace, BBQ, drinks, beach volley-ball, tons of activities and entertainment. – more... Danse, Yoga, Zumba, Choir, Sports,etc. 2 nice cafeterias, very good variety of meals. Good benefits and fair pay, very good balance between life and work. We work for the shows, this is our inspiration. – less
Wig and Makeup Technician for CDS, ZAIA (Former Employee), Macau, China/New York, NY – October 29, 2012
Pros: the people
Cons: one day off a week.
A typical day at work would include: styling the wigs for the show and helping any of the performers with their particular needs, building/maintaining/washing wigs, putting the wigs on the artists, airbrushing, – more... and running show tracks.
I can't even begin to describe the many things that I have learned through this experience, professionally as well as personally. It has been one of the best educators of my life!
The management varied greatly from job to job. Let's just say that I prefer to work with people that are happy.
My co-workers were from every part of the globe. I love them dearly and I still keep in contact with many of them. This was by far the best part of the job, working with such wonderful people. The most difficult part of the job can be the monotony of our daily tasks at times and having only one day off a week. – less
I have traveled extensively with this company for almost 10 years.
Musician (Former Employee), International – November 18, 2011
I have been the benefit of a very unique experience that has taken me around the world multiple times. I have generated contacts and networks with people and companies I would have never met otherwise. I only leave the company at this time due to a desire to be more of a stable figure within my home and community.