Today’s prompt word for #Inktober is #flowing. I’ll admit that I struggled a bit with that prompt until I remembered the Scottish princess #Merida and her long, flowing, curly red hair from the #Disney #Pixar movie #Brave. I have a Merida doll that I purchased from the Disney Store a few years ago so I decided to use it as a model. I had laid the doll down flat on her back while I was gathering my pencil, eraser, and sketchbook and I noticed that the way that her hair was spread out looked pretty cool. So I shot a picture of the doll with my smartphone and I did my #drawing based on that photograph. #Inktober2018
Pros and cons
I worked at the front desk at Disney's Saratoga Springs. Here are some things you need to know.
They have excellent benefits: good cheap health, dental, vision, 401k, passes into the park, discounts on Disney merch (up to 50% during the holidays)
Florida and California employees get paid to carpool, take the bus/train, walk
The interview process can sometimes take awhile, at least it did for me. I submitted my application in January, interviewed in February and wasn't hired till March.
Looks good on a resume. EVERY employer will ask you about your experience there, trust me.
Layoffs do happen
Disney offered some paid classes (management, skills-based) but I didn't get to take any but my buddies did and they said they were good
Raises are once a year and are based on performance like every other job. If you need one sooner you just need to wait.
Just like any place else if you work hard and show that you are a valued part of the Disney team you'll be fine.
For those of you who are looking to work from home with Enterprise Carnival Disney and more
You can go here and apply http://FSHstaffingSolutiions.com I'm working with Comcast, though it took me some time to get the hang of things it's working out pretty good now. There's a $7.95 background check, and a fee for certification that varies per company. If you have any issues you can always call 919-921-8065 for help, and someone will get back to you. Every two weeks you get paid after and during some of your certification depending on which company you choose to work for.
Disney and Me
I grew up with Disney. Every weekend during the summer I would see a different Disney Movie. I went to Disney World in 1974 I loved every moment of it. I love EPCOT center (Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow). I know the Disney products I can sell anything I know!
Disney is hiring Guest Services Representatives in several states to work from home, see states below: ---> Florida ---> Georgia ---> Nevada ---> North Carolina ---> South Carolina ---> Texas Click HERE for more details and application information.
The open positions are part-time, but no salary range is listed on the company’s website.
Guest Services Representatives will assist customers by answering inbound calls and emails, contacting guests via outbound calls and resolving issues that impact the consumer experience.