There should be a human resources department to whom employees can go to solve various issues; a branch of the company that is genuinely there for the benefit of employees.
Better working conditions. Massive crowds make job performance beyond difficult. Additions to the existing property will bring thousands more to the resort. What plans are there for making working conditions better for employees ?
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.
I work at the Disneyland resort in Anaheim and I have noticed a number of things. Most people on the staff genuinely want to be there. They understand that getting paid a ton for the job they are doing is unrealistic and are okay with that. Most are willing to have their job as a part time job for a little extra money and fun. However Disneyland refuses to schedule around other jobs. Which is shocking how can you expect people to work full time hours, yet have part time status and not get paid enough to live. These jobs should be scheduled like the part time positions they are. This way people have the opportunity to do other things in their life that will actually pay the bills or just give them extra cash while they are moving through school. I truly hope one of the hireups is reading this, it's a huge issue at our parks!
Pay more of course...
The pay COULD DEFINITELY be better for an organization like WDW?? Get Real. There a better paying jobs that DON'T expect nearly as much from you! And the pay reviews? Let's be real and at LEAST keep the cost of living in mind Disney.
Stop making it seem like a game and REALIZE EVERYONE doesn't live in the fairytale world you expect us to sell day after day. People DO have off or bad days.
Be more competitive with your salaries, provide more funding for QA, as well as for more PMs in order to help with long term planning of projects.
Answered - Software Engineer (Current Employee) - Seattle, WA
Pick better battles like work ethics rather then dress, treat people fairly, lead by example, take more pride in the company, recognize and compensate more
Answered - Guest Services (Former Employee) - Anaheim, CA 92805
Majority of the times Cast members are looking to move around and learn different locations, positions and to be apart of it all. As long as everyone is treated fairly and acknowledged I believe all will be well.
Answered - Reservation Agent (Former Employee) - Orlando, FL