When I was hired to work at the zoo, throughout the hiring process I felt very uncomfortable. I have tattoos (that are coverable) and was asked to show my tattoos. One of the three women told me that they weren't supposed to hire anyone with tattoos, one of the other women flat out said that wasnt true. During this time, I had another job which I made them aware of. They told me that working at the zoo requires me to be fully dedicated to them instead of my other job, which I was willing to do. I was hired to work in one of the food areas around the zoo. During the short time I worked there, my schedule was changed three times within two days. My manager then texted me and harassed me (the woman who made me show her my tattoos). The job itself wasnt bad, but my coworkers would talk in Spanish 80% of the time, leaving me out of the loop. Also, you're given a time you're supposed to be there, but not a time that you're supposed to leave at, as well as having on call days. When I did leave the zoo (due to inconsistent scheduling) I was sent an exit interview where I voiced all my concerns. I never heard from them again, leading me to believe they don't care about employee input.
Working at the zoo, employee parking, discounts at local attractions as well as in the zoo
Don't know how long you're working, cant speak for managment as its different in different areas of the park