Alton Towers is a good place for work if you're looking to go into a fast-paced environment, preferring it over office jobs or more gradually-paced retail roles! There is a bond between coworkers and you feel part of a work family. There aren't many opportunities for advancement for employees in a temporary, seasonal position, but you can become a permanent employee and thus have more opportunities within the company open up to you.
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It is great to read that you felt you were part of a family and there was a good bond between employees at the Resort. We encourage team building exercised and recognition within the working environment to help with employee relationships.
Sucked to travel to Taxis cost a lot Staff Buses are super infrequent at the times staff need them and the staff bus charges, too I felt the cut it would put into my pay on a daily Employee discounts mean diddly squat if they place you somewhere that does tiny portions of food They give you free tickets to Alton towers for working there But you work there anyway, so its dull as dishwater when you actually go The tune from the restaurant i was placed in will haunt me to the end of my days Long hours become even longer when you have to come in and spend 3 hours in the cafeteria before/after your shift waiting for work to start/the bus to take you home And the lunch break is so short (30 minutes) that food doesn't get a chance to settle
It wasn't a great job to begin with The travel stuff just takes it over the edge