Retail Lead (Current Employee) – Winter Haven, FL – 31 July 2017
I oversee 5 stores in the Legoland Theme park. I love my staff, but as with any customer service type job there are definite additional challenges that are faced in day to day operations. Management and communication are vital, but not always where they need to be to be the most efficient. A typical day includes checking stock levels, handling labor needs. Trying to maintain cleanliness and store presentation. Being able to direct guests to the solutions and answers they need. Correcting staff when there are poor judgement or violations to policy. It requires quick thinking, a positive attitude, and the ability to remain calm.
alot a venue to work at not in same place everyday lot a people to see alot of people to work with breaks to short not long enough canteen food ok long walk from parking lot always not enough people to do the job
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – 10 July 2017
It's a fun place to work at, especially if you love children, but they don't train you well enough. There were plenty of situations i found myself in where i was clueless and only after was i told what to do if said situation happens again.
Great work hours and good people to work for. I enjoy working for Legoland. My only complaint is that I am no very stimulated and do not get the opportunity to use my mind as much as I would like. I would like to be more involved.
Ride Operator (Former Employee) – Windsor – 6 June 2017
LEGOLAND was a very fun place to work. You get to meet so many new people and make so many great friends at the same time. You get plenty of hours so its easy to make money so I would definitely work there again.
Food and Beverage Lead (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – 5 June 2017
LEGOLAND was a great place to learn customer service and leadership skills. They gave me an opportunity to become lead at a young age which not only looked great on my resume but I also learned a lot of leadership and communication skills. My coworkers were probably the best part of the job, they made even the busiest days fun.
Ride Operator (Current Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – 30 May 2017
This is my first job and it's a great one. I haven't been working here for very long, and I already love it. I've already made a bunch of friends. I haven't yet been trained to operate on an attraction, so I'm working Reserve N' Ride (Lines). It's still awesome because I get to have more interaction with the guests. In order to work here, especially in my position, you have to have patience. Keep in mind that Legoland has many employees so it may take a while for you to get trained. For lunches, make sure to bring money. They have an awesome MC (Model Citizen) food truck that sells the food they sell in the park but for 2 dollars. Legoland is a place you will make tons of friends and meet tons of different people from all over the world. There will be some bad days, especially with impatient guests, but the good days will do more than make up for the bad ones.
Management is unfair and wouldn't offer benefits even if I worked full time hours. They will drive you like a literal slave. I loved the people whom I worked with but that's about the only good thing about working for that company.
Model CItizen (Former Employee) – Winter Haven, FL – 4 May 2017
working with this company was great up until a year after they opened alot of changes occured, Supervisors were being switched and brought in supervisor who were confused and never really got the hang off the position. Their management was horrible, alot of favortism when it came to the team leads and the team employees. if you werent a smoker you couldnt get a 5 minutes breather but if you did they all went to the back and took a smoke break together for about 15-20 minutes int he clock, Supervisors would try to tak to you in any way shape or form.
Food & Beverage Shift Leader (Full-Time) (Former Employee) – Windsor, UK – 23 April 2017
Good place to work, lots of available hours, good to work with young friendly people and to work with children and their families. Can be required to work exceptionally long hours when busy and has no set finishing time. 0 hour contracts