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First of all there are three interviews you have to go through.

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Why do you want to work for Disney?

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Does part time employees still get free family passes

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Health- 401k dental vision

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Not enough

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It was definitely a life commitment, I feel like I committed my life to Disney and they didn't appreciate the fact that I went very far to be in the position I was in. On the other hand I was younger than I am now and I didn't have the life knowledge like I do now, and still learn everyday.

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I got humiliated by the housekeeping managers at the All Star Resorts for not learning as quickly as the other housekeepers on how to clean the room.After about 5 years as a housekeeper I got burned out as a housekeeper as the job was getting harder.I could never finish on time on a busy checkout day no matter what routine I tried but other housekeepers that had 13 checkouts somehow still finished an hour or so early.The managers and coworkers were rude and two faced.You get talked down too if you are African american or a black-american since there are mostly haitians and spanish speaking cast members.If you are a dark skinned black american , Some of the haitian cast members will just assume you are one of them and start speaking to you in their native languange which is creole,and then they look at you like you are crazy when you tell them that you are American,which can start to get very annoying overtime. No offense to the Haitian people. I had no problems with the Spanish speakers though.

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It depends on your role. Front line cast such as attractions can expect some OT, but others (myself included) get 0, and are encouraged NOT to do OT

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I was hired the same day I interviewed ,and started 2 weeks later with the first training class of the new year.

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People will always go there.

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