Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park Employee Reviews in United States

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always exciting job
Party Host and Greeter (Former Employee) –  Fort Wayne, INJune 8, 2016
I love working with kids, so being a party host was a great first job. My coworkers became some of my best friends and we were, and still are, one big family.
Pros
coworkers
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Horrible Place to work
Court Monitor (Former Employee) –  Plymouth, MN 55441May 17, 2016
Sky zone was not a good place to work at, there were many things wrong with this particular place, for example. it wasn't safe there were many safety hazards. it also made many illegal moves like hiring underage kids.
Pros
Free Jumping
Cons
Bad Managment, Illegal Hours, Poor Pay
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Good
Court Monitor (Current Employee) –  Doral, FLJanuary 24, 2016
It is a very easy job you just stand and watch kids however there are too many rules and managemant makes it real tough on the employees with so many rules in place. It is a good job for a high school or college student.
Pros
Easy Job
Cons
Too many rules
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Productive and Great place
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) –  Roswell, GAJanuary 10, 2016
Fast pace, but engaging work place. Not for the faint of heart, but for the child at heart. Management is understanding and helpful, but they encourage you to step into your leadership role by letting you handle problems one your own.
Pros
free jump, food on sight, great breaks, ask for vacation; get vacation
Cons
weekends mandatory
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A fun job in a poorly run and non-professional facility
Court Monitor (Former Employee) –  Colorado Springs, COJanuary 6, 2016
If you enjoy working, interacting, and bantering with kids and young adults, and consider yourself to be a VERY patient and tolerant person, this job has the potential to be very fun and rewarding.

Typical Day:
Interact with and entertain kids, enforce rules in a stern but playful manner. officiate volleyball and dodgeball games and tournaments, sweeping, dusting, and vacuuming trampolines, maintaining a high energy level and a happy and excited appearance at all times with no exceptions, on occasion attending an empty court (in such case, standing and doing nothing for 30 minutes to an hour and looking happy and excited while doing it)

Co-workers:
Expect to be working alongside nothing but teenagers (15-19 years) who are high energy, playful, and borderline immature/obnoxious. Do not expect to make lasting workplace friendships; the employee turnover is very fast.

Management:
Oh boy.
The management staff was generally difficult to work with and nearly as unprofessional as the teenagers whom they employ. This being said, I do commend their ability to effectively communicate and deal with teenage employees on a daily basis; however, if you are older/more mature than most, expect to be treated like a teenager regardless. Do note that I may not be able to accurately comment on the current management staff, seeing as the turnover in management is abnormally high. In a four month period, four managers were hired (two of which were promoted internally to assistant manager) and four managers were lost (two were fired, and two resigned). Though I was recognized as an outstanding
  more... employee by my supervisors and the management staff, I would still receive intimidating emails from the management staff, stating and restating that we, as Sky Zone employees, have the easiest job in the world, were privileged to be employed at Sky Zone, and would be fired for not doing our jobs with a zero tolerance policy. While I agree that the job is easy and employees should be held responsible for doing their job, receiving these emails TWO TO THREE TIMES PER WEEK is entirely unnecessary and should alternatively deal with problem employees on a one on one basis.

The most difficult part of the job is enforcing rules in a calm and fun manner, and in a way that small children can understand and follow. Inevitably, you will be approached by disgruntled parents who cannot believe they payed $24 per person to come to this facility and be expected to follow a somewhat extensive list of safety rules which you as an employee must memorize, recite, and enforce.

The most enjoyable part of the job is delivering a fun and memorable experience to a child, parent, or family, and having them return and recognize you as their preferred court monitor. Developing a relationship with repeat customers is an overall satisfying/fulfilling experience which nearly compensates for all of the negative aspects and drawbacks of being a Sky Zone employee.
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Pros
Extremely flexible schedule, Fun job, Rewarding
Cons
Nearly zero job security, Poorly managed, Must fight and scavenge for hours
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Overall Fun and loving place to be
Lead Cashier (Former Employee) –  Greenville, SCDecember 3, 2015
Typical day at work is pretty much greeting people and giving information to whoever needs help. I learned how to have patience and understanding between co workers and customers, & very well organized facility. Hardest part was making sure children know and understand the rules to avoid any injuries. The most enjoyable part is watching everyone leave 99.9% of the time leave with a smile on there face !
Pros
Free Jumping
Cons
Not enough work hours
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Bad work enviroment
General Manager (Former Employee) –  Anaheim CAAugust 18, 2015
I was brought in and immediately was forced, by the owner and VP to fire 26 people within a time frame of 3 months. Sky zone Anaheim has 85 to 100 employees at a time with a 60 day turnover rate as far as employees go. I was not happy with the environment.
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Productive and fun workplace
Court Monitor (Former Employee) –  Kennesaw, GAApril 14, 2015
A great environment for all ages. Turned working into a passion. Learned alot from a unique working environment. Well managered and very interactive with customers and staff. Awesome co-workers, people that I associate with inside and outside of work. The hardest part of the job was maintenance, and conducting the proper proceedure in an emergency state. The most enjoyable part of the job was working at a trampoline park with happy co-workers.
Pros
Free jump time off the clock, free pizza, met great people, hours were very flexible.
Cons
Maintenance every night
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Great Environment for all ages
Court Monitor (Current Employee) –  Pine Brook, NJJanuary 24, 2015
The most enjoyable part of this job is interacting with the customers and being part of a new experience.
Pros
comfortable work attire, friendships with co workers and customers
Cons
short breaks, a lot of standing
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Startup Experience
Operations Manager (Former Employee) –  Deer Park, NYFebruary 24, 2014
A typical day of work is unpredictable. Nothing is consistent as you would expect with that type of business. I learned a lot about human resources and payroll. My management skills were largely improved and was able to view other methods of management through working in a team based management style. The hardest part of the job was the unknown, it was such an early stage of business, the most enjoyable part was training all of the team members.
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Fun Workplace
Court Monitor (Current Employee) –  Kentwood, MIApril 25, 2013
Fun workplace with great people so far. Pretty much a typical day is making sure everyone follows the rules, simple as that. It does get boring at times but that is why you have to have an upbeat attitude when going in otherwise you are gonna have a bad time.
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Sky Zone
Cashier, Event Host, Event Assistant (Former Employee) –  Columbus, OHSeptember 25, 2012
-Data entry (enter in and review liability waivers)
-General housekeeping duties
-Cash register experience (sold service as well as products and concessions)

-Booked parties and events
-Answered phone calls and messages regarding party and event planning
-Ran and hosted events
Pros
met new people, work experience
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