40% off and 20% off dining discounts at various locations during most times during the year, Disney Cruise Line discounts (but literally gets posted a month or two out - vacation time can be tough with that)...other discounts like resort stays (up to 60% off). Overall great benefits...which, if you will take advantage of these things it helps balance out the lower financial compensation.
It is understandable, but as seasonal cast you are not offered any form of insurance or retirement, only the minimum perks that are offered to all cast.
Expensive health insurance if you have a family. 401K match offered. Your free entrance to the parks is over estimated. They estimate that at $4,000-$6,000 in your package. Give me that money and I'll buy an annual pass, instead.
401k time off vacations discount tickets
The benefits are actually really extensive, doesn't cover much uncommon issues though.
Disney has an extensive benefits package. The company benchmarks against other organizations to stay current.
warm team and encougment. work is really hard to keep passion
I was a college program student. We worked insane hours, about 60 a week. You get into the parks for free but only got one family/friends park ticket every 300 hours worked so that sucked. I think they offer healthcare but i was still under my mothers plan so i didnt need it. My college program housing cost me $112 a week and i lived with 5 other people.
Benefits package is very inclusive; from park admission, to room, food and merchandise discounts. Health insurance has several options. Take the disability package higher option, you won’t regret it. Group legal, pet, car, home and life insurance options. 401k and education options are competitive.
I had love and hate relationship with the company. The housing fee for ICP/CP is crazily expensive. It can be stressful as well if you are working in the park (Dealing with guests is.. don't even make me start). However, the benefit of a cast member is great. Free visit to parks, and numerous discount.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.