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I would have benefits the way they start, but have to pull it least 30 hours a week. To get the full benefit package. Less then 30 hours no benfits.

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Completely toxic. Forced smiles, micromanagement, deceitful recruiting tactics. The Cult of Mickey loves being paid 50% of equivalent jobs at other companies, but after a year you realize how fake everyone is being just to keep their job. I left with my dignity intact but they will convert you to the cult or leave you bitter.

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Their points system is very strict. I would leave to hours before my shift and on the worst day, I was 4 hours late. It was either get fired or quit.

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What/Who is your favorite Disney character? Why?

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We earn ALMOST an hour a month so accrued time is NOT easy to come by at the DRC. And with the Overtime we are REQUIRED TO WORK, it can't come fast enough. It only comes out to about2 weeks per year

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I experienced a phone interview, an interview with the hiring manager and a panel interview.

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Yes, they offer the option

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Yes it is at the DRC, BUT....be careful what you ask for. You might just get it.

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No, it doesn't

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I think they employ bartenders.

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