There is a great deal of turnover with the company in part, because of the demanded work hours or, off season, lack thereof. But also because of the way many employees are treated or mishandled by management. This includes unfair or skewed pay (after working three years with the company, several inexperienced workers were hired at or above my pay), the practice of using tips from events to pay salaries for managers (instead of giving it to the people who worked the event), and the lack of accuracy with paychecks (I was shorted at least $150 my last paycheck and I informed them but 2 months later, no word). The job was highly physically demanding, especially factoring in that there were no official breaks regardless of the work hours, unless you wanted to be a whiner and take an unpaid 20 min break (there were days I worked up to 20 hours). in the colder months, it completely drops off, several months having absolutely no work available. The co-workers were the very best a person could hope for and we generally banded together and got each other through.
Free meals if there were enough leftovers, Music most events, yearly customer appreciation event.
Horribly unfair pay, Long hours during the season, Seasonal work, horrible management (except for a few), payroll issues