Pros: Free Lunch, Free Guest Parking, Free Park Entry, Discounts, Free Guest Tickets
Cons: Some demanding guests, Decently Hectic Work Environment
As a Universal Employee, you are entrusted with the task of ensuring ultimate guest satisfaction, maintaining proper upkeep of the premises that you are employed at, and working well with your Team Members to guarantee a healthy, productive work environment. I learned how to become very patient and work excellent under pressure here. I was able to further increase my currency transaction skills and become a proficient and helpful team player. The management is quite organized, and they are trained to help run a smooth ship, because after all, they are responsible for keeping the subsections of Universal operating in tip-top order. You will be around quite a variety of associates, so attitudes and demeanor vary between each individual. For most part, the majority of your coworkers are there to do their jobs and not waste time. You will be tested by the guests from time to time, and some of them will purposely try to get under your skin. You better make sure you have the patience and resound to handle them with the utmost respect and efficiency, because they are the difference between your next paycheck and potential unemployment. Some of your managers might be somewhat hard on you, but they sincerely want you to do your job well and ensure the guests continued return to the parks. The trade offs are free park entry for employees, free parking in the guest lot, discounts on food and merchandise, and free park tickets for a certain amount of your family and friends.