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For me, I applied online (Indeed) and got a call within the next week. From there I got an interview two days after the call and had my second interview the next day. I got the job at the end of my second interview and had my orientation the next week.

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It’s an extremely fun work environment. There is a lot of yelling across the room, loud blenders, and joking going on amidst the chaos. If you enjoy fast environments and a good time, Jamba Juice at Downtown Disney is the place for you.

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55 hours, sometimes more

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Friendly incentives for high sales

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The pay. At Downtown Disney it sort of sucks because we are within the chaos of Disneyland (who are going to get payed $15/hr starting January 2019, but we are still only getting payed minimum wage. We basically deal with the foot traffic of Downtown Disney, but are not compensated the same way. It’s lame.

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Whenever it get hot outside and all day Saturday

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At DTD, we get paid bi-weekly on Tuesdays.

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I walked in and asked for an application and about 2 days later I got set up for an interview by the store manager.

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Yes. They should approve the shift cover/switch before anything is done.

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Have a personal aspect to the job. Do not be so demanding to where you fail to understand the employee.

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