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Start listening to employees requests and actually act on them. stop prioritizing guests over employees when the guests are in the wrong

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Add a little humor to make them remember you. and show that bright smile....the entire time...

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No...if you work onboard the sip you have to arrange your own childcare wherever you're from... you cannot be on contract with your child. they can visit but unless you have your own cabin which means you have sign on privileges then they need their own cabin and supervision since you will likely be working most of the time

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Offered better pay and work conditions for less work and more appreciation from a different but similar company

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Pretty much everyone is always exhausted and tired.its kind of something that is always talked/joked/vented about amongst the crew as a whole.....but thats just ship life in general..Disney can be hard particularly because the guests are some of the most demanding in the cruse line industry.. unless you are a MainStage performer or in Merchandise, you are required to work everyday. and even on your days off you may be on call...

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First interview - 2 managers who ask you questions and pose scenarios. Second interview - meet with the department head.

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The work environment is very good,their are so many different culture and people but its good

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