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Cashiers at Disneyland give their company a 4.1 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Disneyland is 4.1, making them just as happy as every other employee at Disneyland and 13% happier than every other Cashier on CareerBliss - the happiest Cashiers work for Modell's Sporting Goods.

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Cashier
in Anaheim, CA

"We make a little over minimum wage, but it is not at all a means to survive in the CA economy."

Person You Work For 3 / 5 People You Work With 4 / 5 Work Setting 4 / 5
Support You Get 4 / 5 Rewards You Receive 2 / 5 Growth Opportunities 3 / 5
Company Culture 3 / 5 Way You Work 4 / 5
Cashier
in Anaheim, CA

"I've worked for Disneyland Resort as a cashier and trainer since 2007. After being there for many years, I have experienced many different obstacles. It is a great environment to work in while dealing with new guests every day and being as helpful as I can to others. Assisting others is a key when working there. It is also a great place to get used to speaking freely to others and feel great about yourself after helping an individual. Til this day, I enjoy working at Disneyland resort."

Person You Work For 4 / 5 People You Work With 5 / 5 Work Setting 5 / 5
Support You Get 5 / 5 Rewards You Receive 5 / 5 Growth Opportunities 5 / 5
Company Culture 5 / 5 Way You Work 5 / 5
Cashier
in Anaheim, CA

"It's a great place to work - until you get hurt."

What do you like about working at Disneyland?

"As far as benefits and pay go, it's one of the better theme parks out there. The employees are fun, and being part of the 'Disney experience', while annoying at times, can be truly magical."

Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?

"Smile, be cheerful and friendly. The more outgoing and happy you seem, the better chance you have of getting hired."

What don't you like about working at Disneyland?

"It's a great place to work - until you get hurt. The moment you have an injury, it's assumed you're out for a lawsuit, whether or not you actually *are*. It's also exhausting, and many of the costumes are hot and/or heavy and awkward to wear. And in Outdoor Vending, you're not considered a 'real' employee until you've hurt yourself."

What suggestions do you have for management?

"I would suggest a fairer system for injury, and an attitude adjustment for some of the people in First Aid/Cast Health. I would still be working there if it wasn't for my injury, and these people assumed the worst of me from the start. Also, some of the equipment in Outdoor Vending - namely the carts - need to be re-evaluated for safety."

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