The most stressful part is dealing with misbehaving children and angry, ignorant parents.
I personally think it is super stressful when it’s very crowded and kids won’t follow the rules. The team you work with is mostly teenagers and they can be full of drama and other stressful and annoying things. The training is also stressful. For example, cashier, they help you through it the first time and then let you go alone the next. It was very hard to pick up alone. If you are having a hard time learning cashier they are not very understanding
It wasnt Hard it was more of training and trying to get everything done .
i was let go because i was not able to make my Training because of my first job and i felt it was unfair because i had put my two weeks for my primary job so i can do skyzone full time .
luckily my manager from my primary job was understanding and let me stay .
the manager at skyzone knew i had a second job and i felt bad for calling out but i was the only reliable person they called in that day.
Skyzone is a good place to work if its your only job and want full time hours i was doing the call Center and the training was definately easy and fun.
Personally it was my advancement, the job in itself is easy when you know what you were doing. Challenges such as large groups coming in can be overwhelming but it was never a chore.
Answered - LEAD CASHIER/ SHIFT LEAD (Former Employee) - New Rochelle, NY
Sometimes it gets super crowded and the kids will not obey the rules.
Answered - Court Monitor (Former Employee) - Westlake, OH
Having to watch multiple people at the same time
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Ensuring that all jumpers were safe and following rules.
Answered - Court Monitor (Former Employee) - Springfield, MO
The most stressful part is training, the same as every job you just get overwhelmed with lots of information at once but you catch on in less than a few days.
Answered - Party Hostess/Cashier/Court Monitor (Current Employee) - Omaha, NE
The most stressful part of working at Skyzone wasn't bad attitude from kids or getting yelled at by parents for telling their kids what to do, it was how much the staff did not care about their jobs. You'd be on a court with somebody and they'd just disappear for 45 minutes without a word. People took hour long breaks when we're only allowed 30 minutes. Clusters of court monitors and party hosts would be vaping behind the counter with the door open so guests would see. Management wasn't much better because they allowed these things to happen everyday.
Answered - Court Monitor (Former Employee) - Franklin, TN
Answered - Cashier/Court monitor/Event Host (Former Employee) - Rockledge, FL