Cashier (Current Employee) – Anaheim, CA – July 28, 2016
Working at the Disneyland Resort was a fun, but challenging job. As a cast member you are expected to meet a numerous amount of guidelines. You must follow a strict chart of what your appearance must look like. The resort is based on a points system. Once you reach your maximum amount of points, they can separate you from the company, but you are given at least 3 warnings. You must be good with time management. Car parking is about 20 minutes, give or take, from your actual work location. Since the Disney area is very busy, it can vary with traffic and events.
Merchandising (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 28, 2016
Disney is an amazing company to work for and although I can't say much about it I loved my time there and would love to go back one day. A typical day at my job consisted of greeting guests into my store, selling and promoting items and of course giving exceptional guest service.
Manager (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 25, 2016
Good company to work for , but take awhile to get to the desired pay. Once there its hard to move up in the company unless you know someone. Once you get to certain role. However I have learned a lot in the business world.
International Internship (Former Employee) – Orlando, Florida – July 24, 2016
My review on working with this company is nothing but pros. A typical day at work would be different everyday depending on my location. Some days I would arrive and straight away start setting up for the main stage show within the park. Other days I would be inside my base attraction and closing it down for the night. The management team in my area were really awesome in dealing with things I needed help with. What i learned within working in The Walt Disney World Resort is that everyone has a different opinion and you are going have to respect that and try and find alternatives for the guests that experience the attractions or shows within the resort.
Amazing opportunity to experience the most amazing and powerful Company of the World.
Line Cook (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 23, 2016
Work days are very long and hard. However, I may have made the best work relationships next to the military. The volume is extremely high and can create some intense situations. Everyone works together as best they can to give guest a dream experience. Probably the most positive atmosphere I have every experience while at work.
Food and Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 22, 2016
The first thing you do in the morning is getting every employee ready for the beginning of the shift by making sure the cashier has the petty cash that is required to start operation, make sure all the tools and machines are accessible and ready for use, make sure that all the supplies are stock and in place. Once the operation begins the establishments needs all the personal staff necessary to run the kiosk.
Experience the magic and fun perks of the parks itself.
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Virtual – July 21, 2016
Work from home . Each day I get around 60 or more guest to book reservations for restaurants. I learn to stay positive and make my calls magical.The hardest part is not being able to find that specific restaurant, but I am able to find other options.
Working from home, Setting own hours
No benefits, not being able to be around other employees.
Merchandising (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 17, 2016
Working for people that were interested in your day to day life as well as making a difference for customers. I learned to take care of customers like they were my own family. The hardest part was trying to separate work from day to day life. I loved interacting with people.
Cast Member (Current Employee) – , FL – July 16, 2016
It was a great place to work.the job entailed workinig in different areas which meant you didn't get bored easily. co workers were friendly and helpful.the most enjoyable part was dealing with the guests
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Anaheim, CA – July 16, 2016
I loved loved loved working here the environment is so free spiritual , everyone you work with is so sweet and professional, fast working environment! Everyone is well taken care of when it comes to guest complaints
Quick Service Food and Beverage (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 15, 2016
My Fellow Cast Members made the job worth while, however any incident that occurred, the Managements resolution is to get rid of the entire problem rather than working with the Cast Members to fix it. Disney is a fantastic company to work for however their quick to eliminate Cast Member issues over trying to keep their turn over rate low.
Excellent Workers, Good Benefits for Full-Time
Quick to Eliminate Cast Member Issues rather than Solving them.