Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – January 6, 2017
Work for Disneyland was super fun, you get to interact with guests from all over the world specially if you work in stores. Theres nothing in this job that's hard to do, every job in Disneyland is pretty much easy and enjoyable.
QSR (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 6, 2017
I loved working for Disney, if I hadn't of moved I would still probably be working for them. The only downside to work with Disney was the Manager Staff, it was chaotic and there was always drama. Other than that though it is a great place to begin your career.
I had issues with Disney from the start. It took them four months to get back to me after my interview and then it was hard to speak with management about anything. I felt like management was always against me and constantly trying to find flaws in what I did as well as other people. I was set to work part time only but was forced into working full-time hours.
Long hours, bad benefits, disrespectful management
Guest Relations Lead Supervisor (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – January 3, 2017
Although you work really hard and have long work days, it is a wonderful place to work at. You can only grow with the company through networking, but it is possible. Benefits are amazing and the perks are something that I miss everyday.
Discounts on hotels and cruises. Free entrance to any Disney park around the world, except for Tokyo Sea.
Great place to work! Good environment and happy to work there.
Executive / Sr. Desktop Analyst (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – January 3, 2017
It was a great place to work. Working for one of the biggest industries in the world was very rewarding and wonderful to work for. Every day was a learning experience at work. There was never a dull day at Disney. People were always happy and willing to work as a team.
Making over little girls into princesses and filling their days with magic was so incredible. Everyone I worked with simply was there to make others happy, which made for such a positive, uplifting work environment. I gladly woke up to go to work in the morning. Managers were some of the nicest people I have ever met and, even in a very large company, truly cared for each person and got to know them. The hardest part of this job was saying goodbye after my internship ended.
Retail sales cast member (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 31, 2016
Loved trying my hardest everyday to make a guests experience the best it could possibly be. Management on the other hand plays favorites. They will also like to tell you. That is you mess up there are thousands more to take your place.
Cast Member (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – December 31, 2016
The best part about working for Disney is the opportunity to enjoy the park with your friends and family when you're not working. Wearing a costume at first was my least favorite part but its less laundry and its part of the Show.
Food and Beverage Associate (Former Employee) – Lake Buena Vista, FL – December 31, 2016
If given the chance to work for the mouse, take it! Pay isn't anything amazing but the experience certainly is. I met people from all around the world daily and that made it worth it. I participated in a 6 month college program at Disney's Art of Animation
Organized, Clean, well run
Stressful work environment (but it's Disney so its expected)