I enjoy working at the Washington Nationals because of my co-workers. You do have to block out some of the other childish nonsense but if you can get pass that it can be really fun. The pay is fair and your hours are flexible because you are able to sign up for shifts. Now the management staff is something totally different. 95% of the time they act as if they don't see you so no they don't speak.....even if you do. They act annoyed has if you're disturbing them when you go to them with a question or issue the requires management approval. They show favoritism towards some employees. Last comment on management they need additional training in management and communications.
company was ok, hav the wrong demographic trying to reach out to inner city youth. The majority of the staff does not relate to the real world problems that the youth from SE DC face on a daily basis. Not open to suggestions either.
Working for the Nats allowed me to work in professional sports which had been my dream for a long time. I enjoyed meeting new people and helping my clients have a great experience during the season. However, if you don't live close to the stadium it will be difficult to make friends. I found upper management in my department to say that they wanted to help, but never did when I asked for help in my career growth. They also pay very little for part time and do not value those employees even though they basically work full time.
A typical work day is being ready to greet the guest upon as they are entering all the gates. What I have learned is that in order to keep the guests wanting to come back for the games and some of the other things that the ballpark has is make it memorable. Management is very respectful and understanding of people schedules and other priorities when it comes down to family and children.
This job requires a lot of standing a lot of walking and being aware of your surroundings but again if you love baseball you shouldn't have a problem with the heat to cold in the rain because it does all of that doing the season
Associates are good to work with management will throw you under the bus if you don’t kiss their behinds. Which is not fair. Your hard work will be overlooked but management, front office individuals and lastly Ownership Sucks.
I wasn't given a fair chance due to my medical issues, EPILEPSY & ACID REFLUX. l was challenged by management to stay and be in danger of having a Seizure or fallout running up the steps and not be able to breathe. I really enjoyed working for the NATIONALS back in 2017. I tried to get rehired in 2018 but wasn't rehired. I would love to work for the NATIONALS again.
Fun workplace with perks to free concerts, uniform, baseball games, dinner, locker room, accessible to transportation.
Work with people from RFK.
Work with Managers, Sales Representatives and Levy concessions people.
If you are looking to grow your skills, this is not the place to work. Not employee friendly and new ideas are not encouraged. If you want to get your foot in the sports world, give this place a try, but if you have had experience working in other places, do not work here.
If you need a good starting job, second job, or if you're a retiree it is the place you. The managers are nice as long as you do your job. My job isn't really hard but it can become tedious at times as well. I never had any problems with the customers because they mostly have simple needs.
Working for the Nationals provided my first corporate sector opportunity. It was immense learning curve which grew my knowledge of business very quickly. The management their was perfect they seemed to position me in situations which required critical thinking and a solution oriented mindset. The hardest part of the job wasn't the job at all, it was getting to work on time navigating through the capitol traffic if driving or fighting my way through the congestion on the train. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and interacting with individuals across all sectors of business.