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6000 Universal Blvd
Orlando, FL 32819
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Within my department, management is strategic, yet fair. There are many opportunities for learning and growth! Furthermore, I felt camaraderie and an openness to new ideas and different lines of thought. The culture is a warm one. Although the offices are cube style, not open, face-to-face interaction is still more than welcomed; and I appreciate that.
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It was very good because you get to venture three parks for free and give six to eight tickets a year if you work in CityWalk, if working in the hotel they give you about four tickets a year for family members and friends. The place I worked at is called Red Oven Bakery, although the pizza is very good. I wouldn't work here if you are not the "friendly" type. I'm an ok guy, not too talkative, I do like to interact, but not in the "friendly and talkative way, I recommend 2 years experience.
I love working at Universal! I think work days should be extended, otherwise a great place to work. The