Retail Assistant (Former Employee), London – April 25, 2013
Cons: no lunch break example.
It was everything I expected really. Part-time stadium work, where you work with a different team of colleagues almost every day. It was easy work that I didn't have to take home with me, and the hours were very flexible. One bad note would be the managers. They take 15 minutes out of your salary for your lunch break, yet many times you don't get a – more... lunch break. – less
fun workplace, fast paced, and always on our feet.
match day steward (Current Employee), holloway, london – March 9, 2013
It is a good place to work, for casual work. Generally 1 day a week of work, this can increase to around 3 or 5 in summer periods. Good for those looking to earn some money on the weekends. Depending on what time the stadium opens, we are told a few days in advance that we will be working. Cash registers are started up, money counted and food prepared – more... just before the customers arrive, then we close tills, and count the money at the end of our shifts. – less
customer service assistant (Former Employee), glasgow airport – February 7, 2013
Day to day work diffrs from working on the food court, bar area or coffe bar. Very busy fast paced environment. I learned how to deal with difficult customers on a different level. the hardest part of the job was the dificulty understanding some foreign accents but on the upside you get to meet so many interesting people from all over the world.
Concessions worker (Former Employee), wembley – October 21, 2012
•Customer service dealing with face-to-face enquires. •Making orders in the kitchen to make sure food was prompt. •Operating cash till and handling cash. •Served food and drink making sure that customers are satisfied at all times.
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee), Edinburgh Airport – September 23, 2012
Cons: every organisation operation at operational level
Delaware North Companies may be fantastic in England and America where they are big however their Edinburgh branch is not a good place or atmosphere to work. This Edinburgh branch have no idea what the meaning of management is.One manager has no idea what the other manager has implemented or put in place and therefore doesn't stay implemented for very – more... long.Management loose your paperwork i.e P45. Contract has never been explained.
Work life balance yeah its great :)...why?...because they dont give you any shifts for work. Shifts are constantly changed with no notice.
Job security, suppose its not bad seeing as most people leave due too poor management career paths etc.
Pay is reasonable for school leavers/1st year university students.
Ask about training...? noone has a clue, no career prospects, no foundations and no support. – less
Lead Sales Associate/ Cook (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – May 1, 2013
Pros: fun enviroment
Report to stand and set up for sales associates, distribute cash to registers and food/ beverages to stands, cook orders when short staffed and prep food, work registers if busy and pass out orders to clients, wash dishes and clean station at the end of shift.
Multi Unit Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FL – April 25, 2013
Pros: free lunch
I was the closing supervisor. I worked with Microsoft excel a lot. I did all closing reports, sales reports, some of the orders and inventory reports. I managed over 2 bars, a Dunkin Donuts, Uno's, Pasha's dining restaurant, and two kiosks. I managed breaks and supervised over 20 people at a time. I got along with all my co-workers. I was liked by just – more... about everyone because of respect. I'm big on teamwork. I do not mind helping my employees. However, I don't put up with slackers. I have no problem letting someone know when he or she is messing up, but again I do that respectfully. I say that the hardest job at DNC, truthfully, was that upper management didn't get involved enough with the employees. A lot of the employees felt like they were being treated with disrespect. I'm not trying to boast, but the truth is that when I worked with the employees under me, they enjoyed working with me. Even my terminal manager liked how I worked. I was good at monitoring waste and getting all required duties done earlier or on time. I enjoyed my job because I got along with just about everyone. I had to leave because their contract is expiring and another company is coming in. I'm looking forward to a brand new ball game. – less
The park itself is enough reason to work here. Its Beautiful!
Executive Housekeeping Manager (Current Employee), CA – March 10, 2013
Pros: free meals for management. 50% off on meals for hourly associates.
Cons: no malls to shop, no movie theaters, and the traffic on summer time.
A typical day for me at work would be getting my rooms keepers ready for the day. We have 245 rooms to tend. Guest check ins at 5 pm and we need to make sure that their room is ready. I learned a lot being in management here in the park. From getting the weirdest complaint to the funniest. The management team here are solid. There's HR department always – more... ready and willing to give advise. My co-workers are true professinals. They know their jobs and responsibilities. The hardest part of my job is when I am short staffed and I have no choice but to give everybody more work than usual. The most enjoyable part is when I get off work I get to enjoy the beauty of the park and maybe do a little bike ride a hike. – less
Constantly changing work environment. Great friends
Bartender/Cocktail Server (Former Employee), Yosemite National Park, CA – March 6, 2013
Pros: fast paced, good people, wages
Cons: middle management
A day in Yosemite is a day in paradise, or a day of terror. With lower management not being paid as well as servers, micro-managing becomes a big problem. Working all day with some of your best friends can be the greatest part of a job, especially when you work together to make everything go just a little smoother. Long days and double shifts were common – more... and not always greeted lightly. – less
Kitchen Hand (Current Employee), Ballarat – February 12, 2013
Pros: 50% off
Cons: cannot eat left overs after a hard days work, all has to be thrown out
Always busy, good company to work for. learned how to operate industrial dishwashers, how to use knives safely ect. hardest part was to keep up with the constant pile ups of dishes that would accumulate in a matter of minutes. sometimes there isnt enough staff on at times which then makes it harder on us at times but other then that its a good company – more... to work for.. – less
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), MI – February 6, 2013
Pros: free union meals
Cons: 30 min breaks when its long walks
Working with DNC as a retail cashier you are assigned a store to yourself assisting customers traveling in the DTW airport. I learned guest path training creating special experiences one customer at a time. Our supervisors were very nice, understanding, and impressed by my commentment. Since working alone I didnt see my co-workers much but When I di – more... they were always professional and outgoing good people to have on a team. The hardest part of the job would be trying to understand different accents, other than that I loved every bit of my job except us getting bought over. – less
cashier (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – January 23, 2013
it was a easy job but they were really unorganized. the hardest part of the job was doing things for them than they go back after what they said and change wwhat they want to be done ad you get penalized for it
Cashier (Current Employee), East Rutherford, NJ – January 16, 2013
Pros: free lunch or dinner, get to see all the nfl games taking place, get awards for working well.
Cons: we only work once or twice a week.
I love my job with DNC. Satisfied with the treatment. Lovely management, understandable, and management works with us. I applaud them and look forward to keeping this great relationship with them.My co-workers are awesome, we have fun we get along some times, we argue like real family and love each other the same. A typical day at work can be busy but – more... we have fun, never once complained about time, or food, or anything, just amazing.The most enjoyable parts of my job is when my home team scores a touch down and we all cheer and interact with the guest at the game. – less
Cashier (Former Employee), Austin, TX – January 7, 2013
Pros: free meals
Cons: long breaks
I learned even when i customer is not satisfied figure out a way to make them satisfied The hardest part about the job was when the lines get long and trying to give out orders and take orders at the same time. The most enjoyable part was having a 50 minutes lunch break and having discounts at any of the companies stores.