Seasonal Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 20, 2018
This company has high standards and expect nothing but the highest regards in customer service. You need to be sharp, knowledgeable and creative to be the most effective for your position. The culture is definitely Magical!
its great job to work for students or people getting out of school, or more of a seasonal job but the pay isn't as good to make a living. the time I spend there was good as well as the coworkers and the store manager was amazing
Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) – Norridge, IL – August 30, 2018
each day you come in you are going to do something different you may work the floor to help customers and stock shelves,you may work as a cashier o rjust be a greeter at the front door. But each day at the disney is not boring it is a fast fun place to work
Lead - Part Time Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – August 10, 2018
It was a delight working for the Disney Store for so many years. There was always something new to learn and for the most part they worked with my school schedule to accommodate me as much as possible.
Cast Member (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – July 18, 2018
The guidelines are strict of dress code and how you are to interact with guests. This is for the children who come in and are young and infatuated with Disney. 99% of the job is customer satisfaction. I love this job and i'll work it for the rest of my life at least part time.
Honestly, one of the best jobs I've ever had. Working at the Disney Store was more than just a job, you also played yourself. You have a wide variety of ages who love Disney and you get to share your love as well. Of course the benefits you get are great, but working for the company, showing what the company stands for, and showing your love for it was beyond great. My cast mates were amazing, the only negative thing was that there was favoritism amongst older cast members & the management.
Complimentary park tickets, discounts on merch, hotels, and tickets
Sales Associate (Seasonal) (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – July 12, 2018
While working at the Disney store I had to be on top of my Disney history it was fun to learn everyday something new, the talk amongst each other was fun because we had to incorporate Disney language. I would so totally have continued to work fo this company if they wouldn't have only offered me seasonal.
Sales Lead (Former Employee) – Doral, FL – July 8, 2018
Overseeing and motivating a sales team in order to achieve organizational goals. The sales team was well aligned to the company's overall growth strategy. They represented the organization in a professional and caring manner.
Assist guests in finding products (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 5, 2018
A very friendly fast paced job. Great work environment. Very helpful with job opportunities. Working with other Disney cast members were enjoyable. Making a Disney experience for family helps keep the magic alive through their fun products.
Lead Sales Associate/Key Holder (Former Employee) – McAllen, TX – June 30, 2018
I was there for a total of 4 years. The first year seemed great but you quickly learned that the only way to progress or earn money was through favoritism. You are either on the SM favorites list (averaging 25hrs+ per week) or her bad list (averaging 3-4hrs every other week). Working at the store has to be your #1 priority, above school and family, and when you need time off, you have to provide an extensive explanation as to why you need days off. Depending on your explanation, she’d decide whether it warranted a few days off. This place is a horrible place to work at and not worth the perks of working with the company. 100% not magical, the culture is horrible and it drains your passion away from Disney and the job.
Disney Parks Discounts
Low to no working hours, short or no breaks, favoritism oriented, no paid time off, no health benefits