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8 English questions out of 8

26 November 2018

What is a typical working day like at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

discounted food, park tickets, discounted memberships, fun people to work with

Cons

long hours, lower pay, early morning shifts.

long hours, lower pay, early morning shifts.

26 November 2018

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16 January 2019

What are meetings like at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

-layed back -Youll make friends -Free tickets -Easy to get days off

Cons

-Weekly employee meetings -Sometimes you end up in the sun for a long time

-Weekly employee meetings

16 January 2019

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12 February 2019

What is it like working with clients or customers at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

Co-workers are all friendly and super dope. Tickets and season pass, 30% discount, good food. Good hours during season.

Cons

Certain people and grouchy customers, not a lot of hours during late winter

Certain people and grouchy customers, not a lot of hours during late winter

12 February 2019

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28 October 2020

What is the work environment like at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

Zoo and education teams are wondrful! Great team members and positive work environment. Good in-park perks for employees including free and discounted tickets.

Cons

Low wages. We are not compensated based upon our level of education or years of experience. Annual raises are not available despite years of employment with the company.

Great team members and positive work environment.

28 October 2020

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14 January 2019

How is the office food at SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment?

Pros

Free lunch, good pay, not hard. on the job training.

Cons

they overhire sometimes, lazy management.

Free lunch, good pay, not hard.

14 January 2019

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