People who work in Disneyland or Walt Disney World amusement parks are held to a higher standard than the employees of most companies, or even other theme parks. Let’s take a look at some of the interesting (and some disappointing) rules these “cast members,” as they’re known by Disney, have to live by!
These are so fucking awesome except the fact that they don’t allow people with tattoos thats just lame as fuck
I am Disney Cast Member and this is all true.
these are all so fucking true and it’s what made the experience ALMOST A BIT HELLISH AT THE SAME TIME
the tattoo isn’t necessarily true though…you can have them as long as you can cover them up
i knew a lot of people with tattoos and piercings laksjdf
I had to wait a month to have my plug holes grow back to normal size and be evaluated by a Disney representative in order to be approve to be placed on to a waiting list to get a job in the food department. I did it all for nothing because 3 months later I got an email saying they filled all available positions and that I would have to reapply. Yeeeeeeah no. By then I was 305% done with that company and there desire for all cast members to have a “wholesome” look. I don’t understand how body modifications have to do with being “wholesome” but alright.
They also don’t allow men to have hair “Past the ear, or shirt collar”. In Australia, that’s can be classed as gender discrimination.
With all of their guidelines it seems as if I’m gonna become a Disney princess guys! Wish me luck!
Some of these actually make me angry…
Well I’m definitely not working there now
Disney doesnt play around. Yeesh.
Yes, Disney has regulations. I know firsthand from working there. But in all honesty these rules are not torture. They’re to keep with the magical feel of being in a Disney park. I would go back in a heartbeat if I could.
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