Disney Company Values
According to Disney Careers, their company values are “optimism”, “innovation”, “decency”, “quality”, “community”, and “storytelling.”
People also ask, are Disney workers treated well?
But there’s a dark reality to how some visitors behave and treat Disney World employees, according to law-enforcement reports. Disney World employees are easy targets. Tourists scream at them, sexually harass them and in the most serious cases, physically attack them, according to law enforcement reports.
Besides, is Disney good company to work for?
The Walt Disney Company ranks high on Forbes’ list of the World’s Best Employers for 2018, placing fourth on the annual list that is based on Forbes’ Global 2000 rankings of publicly traded companies in 60 countries around the world.
Is it hard to get hired at Disney?
Surprisingly, it’s not as hard as it may seem. Although Disney has competitive programs like the Disney College Program, many locals and Disney-lovers alike are easily able to land a position with the company as long as they have the proper experience. The hiring process is like that of many other theme park jobs.
Disney is a lot of fun, in general. However, it really depends on you and the department you work in to say whether or not you truly enjoy your job. Disneyland is definitely a fun place to work with some cool perks, if you don’t like your position there, you can always transfer (there are tons of choices).
The three words that Disney employees are trained not to say are “I don’t know.” “If a guest asks you a question, you always have to have an answer, no exceptions,” an anonymous former Cast Member shared online. “If you don’t know it, find out, but don’t say you don’t know.
Disney core values comprise “make everyone’s dreams come true, you better believe it, never a customer, always a guest, all for one and one for all, share the spotlight, dare to dare, practice, practice, practice, make your elephant fly and capture the magic with storyboards.” The strength demonstrated by Disney comes …
Every Disney Parks cast member is familiar with our longstanding tradition of The Four Keys – Safety, Courtesy, Show and Efficiency – which have guided our approach to guest service for more than 65 years.
Aside from The Walt Disney Company’s core values; innovation, quality, community, storytelling, optimism and decency, one must delve even deeper into Disney culture to understand what motivates employees to strive for the level of service that provides a uniquely “Disney” experience when people visit one of the theme …
But the really amazing part of the story is that today Annual Cast Member Turnover in the WDW laundry is less than 10%. Cast Members get hired and stay until they retire! And it all started when Leaders began asking the WDW Laundry Cast Members two questions! WDW calls this “Employee Engagement.”