The actual aspect of working isn't terrible, the jobs are doable and you used to be able to enjoy doing them. You have a time frame of what to do and when to do it that was reasonable, your eight hour shift would fly by and you could go home and rest. Then we got new management, as an employer i can see wanting more done within reason, but they have lost their mind with what they want done, how quickly they want it done, and what extra they pile on your plate. They make it so that you have so much piled on that you can't even finish your regular duties, then they turn around and blame you for not getting things done. You have a printed list of things to do for the day, then you have whatever whim that the manager decides they want (which usually isn't a small amount). We have a huge turn around rate, since the managers seem to not understand that they're pushing everyone to the breaking point immediately after they're hired. Very poor communications between all aspects of the Vero beach resort, upper management, lower management, leads, employees, etc. Nobody knows where anybody is half the time or what anyone is doing or what their plans and goals are. i highly suggest to work at the parks or any other resort, but steer clear of Disney's Vero Beach resort.
Fulltime availability, health insurance, 401k
high turn around rate, poor management (including upper mangement), low pay wage