Creating Great Guest Experience, Horrible Employee Experiences
Entertainment Host (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 25, 2017
As an Entertainment Host, our job was always changing. From greeting guest as a wacky mad scientist in a tour of how LEGO is made, to overseeing fun interactive rides and games, to running around a LEGO themed fun house, you are always on the prowl for fun times. It looks good on the outside looking in, as it was our job to make sure everyone was having a good time, but the treatment and compensation for such taxing work is the worst I've ever encountered. As far as this company is concerned, there will always be someone to replace you and fill with dreams of the greatest job on earth, so you will not be valued as an employee. This company boasted about it's inclination to promote within the company, but were always hiring entirely new people for standing positions. The most enjoyable part of this job is making enjoyable experiences for children and their parents. It's very rewarding, but that's where the value ends.
learning about LEGO, a fun, laidback work environment
compensation, small chance of advancement, poor management