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Dishwashers at American Cruise Lines give their company a 1.0 out of 5.0, while the average rating for American Cruise Lines is 3.2, making them 105% less happy than every other employee at American Cruise Lines and 115% less happy than every other Dishwasher on CareerBliss - the happiest Dishwashers work for ARAMARK.

Average Rating
(based on 1 Dishwasher Review Rating)
in New Orleans, LA

"Warning STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY American Cruise Lines. There Ceo and Owner Just died of the Coronavirus in Feb 2020!!!!! I was hired as a Galley Steward “dish washer” In New Orleans America Boat and was very nervous and already had a bad feeling about it from get go from many bad reviews, I have over 10 years experience as a dish washer with good references and only lasted 2 weeks!!!! I arrive on the boat only to have a overweight snoring roommate that also sleep walks and screams in his sleep with video proof. I got 3 hours sleep per night. Once everything started. They came out and deceitfully changed the contract from the 12 hour day 84 a week or more, to a new 4-5 hours in breaks , this now bring us down to 9-11 hours a day and 65-75 hours a week. And not worth our time. They want us to break out for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And then two massive 2 hour breaks each. They didn't tell us this during interview or contract signing or advertisement. So they can trap you first. They get a bonus when they save money. They only put dish washers with dish washers in crew living quarters which is racially motivated. Many other boats mix people together. This is how you make friends and be positive uplifted. They don't intend on keeping dish washer more then a month or two. When pressed on issue they were caught in a lie. As many other boats have people mixed together. They just don't mix dish washers on this boat purposely . So they can abuse them and force you to wake up your coworker if he oversleeps. They have a terrible dish pit set up, a pull down high temp machine. And 3 sinks. The dish machine was not spinning nor was it reaching 180 degrees. Everything was slimy and gross. The machine also had live 240 volt wires sticking out side of it. One of them melted and blew sending sparks all over place. And grounded against the metal shocking us. The mechanic came in and said tough luck. Deal with it as is till boat docks back in New Orleans and it will"

Person You Work For 1 / 5 People You Work With 1 / 5 Work Setting 1 / 5
Support You Get 1 / 5 Rewards You Receive 1 / 5 Growth Opportunities 1 / 5
Company Culture 1 / 5 Way You Work 1 / 5
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