SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment FAQ

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29 English questions out of 29

1 October 2020

What is health insurance like at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

Management, staff, benefits, company mission, promotions

Cons

Pay, hours, insurance, attendance system.

Advice to Management

Better pay and add more shows thats the biggest thing guests want more shows and interaction.

Pay, hours, insurance, attendance system.

1 October 2020

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10 December 2018

Does SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

-Great Job -Learning/Growth Opportunities -Tuition reimbursement -Resume Builder

Cons

-Low Pay for amount of work done -Restructuring often

-Tuition reimbursement

10 December 2018

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2 July 2020

What is the retirement plan like at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

Free admission, bring 12 friends free a year

Cons

Poor pay, poor benefits, no 401k match

Poor pay, poor benefits, no 401k match

2 July 2020

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3 February 2020

Does SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment offer employee discounts?

Pros

Good pay, 30% discount on most things, free Seaworld passes

Cons

Working outside, uniforms, short breaks

Good pay, 30% discount on most things, free Seaworld passes

3 February 2020

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16 August 2019

How are the career development opportunities at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

It was a good first job to get your foot in the door and the people were very loyal, passionate and hardworking. Very friendly people to work with, which made it sad to leave. SOLID TRAINING, internal career opportunities, and the structure was nice so things were organized and very productive! Also free tickets and got to ride the rides on our breaks!

Cons

The culture could've been better, it wasn't very interactive in the office and there was a lot of pressure on the HRAs to pump out a million appointments a day and was very repetitive (can also be a pro since the experience was helpful and i feel comfortable doing the work now). Weak pay and benefits, basic office environment...not a lot of windows kind of depressing, working with young HRAs which created some conflicts and maturity issues. Overall, i probably would have stayed and applied to the HR rep position but the pay was horrible.

Advice to Management

Create a more open dynamic within the HR functions- there's a restraint on learning with so much structure. It would've been nice to get experience in other areas. Also don't recruit into HR from the park...not everyone will do well in a business environment and there should be a standard.

SOLID TRAINING, internal career opportunities, and the structure was nice so things were organized and very productive!

16 August 2019

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