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Excellent work eniornment and lovely future with all Companies,
Service Excellent Coach (Former Employee), Reporting Food & Beverage Manager,March 4, 2013
Disney where dream comes true is a place where any one would love to work and experience the diffrence, place of new ideas, new peoples, new challenges , new faces all day to interact with nice benefits to employees.
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Full of adventure, opportunity, fun and perks working for this company
Crew Services Assistant (Former Employee), FLJanuary 7, 2013
Pros: discounted fees at the company's properties like parks, hotels
Cons: sometimes work load due to manning shortage
Regular check of job performance
Perks at the company's properties
Learned teamwork benefits everybody
Co-workers are not hard to get along with great attitude
The most enjoyable part is working with rewards and enjoying the perks of being employed by a huge well known company.
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Safe company
Youth Activities floor manager (Former Employee), Cape Canaveral, FLApril 12, 2014
Pros: money saving, meeting people from all over the world
Cons: poor menu for employees, long working hours.not stability
A normal day onboard the ship will star with work , clock in and out ,work is fun , and time sometimes goes fast, i believe the hardest part of the job is dealing with co-workers, as we all come from all over the world it is hard to get along with every one which is as well challenging ,the most enjoyable part was the reunions or team buildings . in – more... general is a nice experience and such a nice company. – less
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Great job no life
Restaurant Manager (Current Employee), Orlando, FLMarch 19, 2014
Fast paste, no time for personal life, most enjoyable part of the job is the money.
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productive and funwork place with chest
House Keeper (Former Employee), Miami, FLJanuary 27, 2014
My work day are sometimes long . I learn a lot more than my previous company Some manage need to be more ethical but co-workers are great .The hardest part of my job is embarkation day.the most enjoyable part of the job is when i dont have any guest concern.Must say thanks to Steven Mirinda to believe in me
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Really fun place to work for
Customer Service (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: free cruise, free entrance to all of the disney parks
Cons: low pay.
 Meet and greet guest at pier or airport and provide assistance.
 Check proper documentation for entry.
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Productive and hard working
Merchandise Hostess (Former Employee), Orlando, FLNovember 15, 2013
Pros: traveling, meeting new people
Cons: minimal time off
Disney Cruise Line is an interesting place to work. A typical day at work is communicating with guests onboard, restocking the floor, taking inventory of products, and keeping the floor clean and tidy. I learned a lot with working at DCL. Some including working with people from all over the world and communicating together and working together. Learning – more... the aspects of the company and what Disney is all about. Co-workers were easy to get along with and fun to talk to. The most enjoyable part of the job was the travel and getting to see new places and meet new people. The hardest part of the job was being on your feet all day doing 14hr shifts and having minimal time off. – less
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Almost a quality place to work.
Bartender (Former Employee), Orlando, FloridaOctober 18, 2013
Great crew to work with, was kept busy and interested. Meet varied interesting people from everywhere on the earth. Very good brand with lots to offer benefits wise,
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fast peace and buy enviroment
Server (Former Employee), USAOctober 16, 2013
Pros: free food
Cons: short brakes
Clean the table, set up the table, change tablecloth, take the order for drinks juice, cocktail, wines, help the server with the food and provide excellent service.
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Entertainment Technical Operations
Entertainment Technical Operations Manager (Former Employee), Celebration, FloridaSeptember 24, 2013
Leader in the Cruise Line industry with awards winning entertainment and facilities.
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great company to work for
Food manager (Current Employee), orlandoAugust 12, 2013
The best compagny i worked for concerning management trainings and the way crew is treated
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An extraordinary experience.
Youth Activities Counselor (Current Employee), Cape canaveral, FloridaJuly 25, 2013
Pros: get to safe money, free meals.
Cons: no days off
I have been very fortunate in this job because I have the opportunity to travel and it is something that I really enjoy. I have met a lot of people from all over the world and because of that I have learned a lot of other cultures and ways of living.

Disney is a very important enterprise and is known for the magic that creates and its costumer service, – more... they take a lot of care in this area. Profesionally I have grown a lot in this part.

I have to say that the hardest part of this job is that is a non stop job. I work four monthS and a half without a day off. – less
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working for Disney was a Great experience!
Reservation/Sales Agent (Former Employee), Orlando, FLJuly 4, 2013
Disney holds high standards in guest satisfaction and company image. Being a cast member projects pride. Disney is a fun company to work for. Disney expects a lot from their cast members, but they reward good work standards. Disney was good to me while I worked there and also in retirement.

Keiny – July 9, 2013

My brother just interviewed for a position at reservations/sales for DCL and we both just would like to know how structured is the environment? For example, Do you need to ask permission to go to the bathroom etc as if your a child? Are you written up for any little thing? Can you decorate your cubicle? Just overall, are they very strict? He has been working for Norwegian Cruise Lines for 11 years and doesn't have have to deal with these issues, and he is just worried of how a typical day really is at DCL reservations. Can you please help us? It will help with his decision. Thank you.

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the life in the ship is more fun but too hard
Sushi chef / Demi chef de Partie (Current Employee), port canaveral floridaJune 23, 2013
its fun working in the kitchen specially if you like and you are happy if what you gonna do. you learned a lot of things specially to the higher position and the old colleagues the very important to accept what is your mistaken. the most of all im enjoyed because thet is my special skill and master piece to make sushi.
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fun & hard
Cook1 Food Stylist (Current Employee), u.s./ europeJune 19, 2013
everyday we need to work atleast 12hr or more including overtime. no day off, ive learned many thing in the kitchen specially the menu, its nice coz im working with different crew nationalities. its fun because i can travel in different country.
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Very Productive and fast-paced work place. Team oriented.
Youth Activities Counselor/Entertainment Host (Former Employee), FloridaMay 14, 2013
Pros: travel. diverse team. free meals and room. health care
Cons: no days off. long hours.
There isn't really a typical day working on a cruise ship especially one as amazing as the Disney Cruise vessels. Every week you wake up to be in a different part of the country meeting different people from all over the planet. It would be guests or even new members of your team. Management, being included in the team as well, was also very diverse – more... and one of the most incredible things was being part of a team so different but all striving for the same goal: to bring the best customer service and preserve the "Disney Magic'. The most difficult part of the job was definitely working every day for up to 11 hours on 4 to 5 month contracts. Leaving home is also pretty tough but your fellow workers soon fill that "void" as they become family. What I learned and took as most important from my time their is how to step outside of your on shoes and see how a customer will view things. By looking into a customer perspective you can easily meet expectations and with a little hard work surpass them as well. Not only that but also how to work in a large and small team environment, and find my place there as well. When working with so many people from all over you must be careful what to say, so you don't offend anyone, or step on someones "toes'. My time working for Disney Cruise Line was a thrilling experience filled with phenomenal memories, friendships, and adventures. It was a dream to travel as well as work and do what I love which is a blessing and one I'm glad to experience. – less
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Company with great values striving to set up their employees for success.
Port Adventures Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Celebration, FLMay 12, 2013
A day onboard the ship always involved interacting with Guests from early morning till the late evening. We provided information about ports-of-call and land-based activities. The job involves constant training, as well as different levels of management (crowd, sales, employees). As most jobs, working with Disney requires full time dedication, therefore – more... team work is a strong component of the job. Long hours of work are compensated by the Guest satisfaction and accomplishment. – less
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Positive in a work place
Palo fine dining server (Current Employee), BahamasApril 29, 2013
Pros: great experiance
Cons: long hourse
A typical day at work would involve setting the restuarant up. Ironing the tables, folding napkins, ensuring that we have everything that we need ready for a smooth running service. I would then take care of any guests who were seated in my station, and ensure that they were provided with an excellent service, in a friendly manner. when service is over – more... , it is then up to the team to polish all glasses and silver wear ready for the next day. And to ensure that the restaurant is show ready, ready for the next day. And that all side duties were complete. – less
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Productive environment
Technical Operations Manager (Current Employee), Celebration, FLApril 25, 2013
Great brand, fast pace environment. Have to be able to multi task due to multiple projects happening all at one time.
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Integrity, fun and diversity
Crew Logistics Manager (Former Employee), Port Canaveral, FloridaApril 25, 2013
Pros: free room and boarding, excellent health care
Cons: being on call 24-7
I learnt to work with different cultures and nationalities.
I learnt to appreciate and value diversity.
I am proud of having worked with great talents.
A typical day at work was helping different nationalities to live together, then deal with local authorities to allow those diverse nationalities to return home to their own countries.
The hardest part – more... of the job was to never have a day off, just few hours off.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the knowledge and the friendships I created. – less

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