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“You get discounted tickets and free ones after a set period of time. Also an employee shop also.”
“The training program is only the basics and doesn't cover everything. There must be an on the job training that isn't there during seasonal operation.”
“By flexible you get weekdays off and only if you're gonna put it out there initially do you get days off that you want.”
During the summer months you get to get in free, as well as free parking. You get a 15% discount on every single thing in the park, you get eight free complimentary tickets would are valid for only Carowinds and Winterfest (NOT SCAROWINDS, though you can buy scarowinds tickets very cheap for employees, which is about $25). If you're a rehire you receive an additional eight complimentary tickets, and that's basically it for benefits (As well as you receive free drinks.)
No benefits for part time workers
Free entry with employee ID, free tickets after set amount of hours, special events for employees, discounted tickets, 20% off purchases in-park (does not work at Chick-fil-a or paid rides)
Pretty much what the other person said. You get in for free but how can you enjoy it like you did if you work there and/or might be there almost everyday. But i love it.
You get into the park for free once you are employed and you can come anytime but how can you really come when you are at work all day.
There is no benefits package.
The really good thing about working at Carowinds is that they give you a free pass to the park before or after shift. Also on break you were allowed to the park (not in uniform) another thing about working at Carowinds is that you can now get 4 free tickets for family and friends (IF YOU STAY)
Free admission and free soda at employee restaurant for workers.
There was no benefits package for a seasonal employee.
No benefits package offered for hourly employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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