Worked for the company for about 1 year and some change. Go ahead and ask me any question you may have about the company.
Come back from break, and am told a lady wants to speak to a cook. As the resident big boy, (6'4) I am tasked with talking to her. When I ask what wrong I get told, "My gluten free burger didn't taste good." Yet her plate was empty. Had to remake it as a lettuce wrap, but I got the last laugh since she said it was a gluten allergy I was able to deny her request for fries as they are cooked in the same oil as our tortilla chips. Malicious Compliance indeed.
The company takes theft very seriously, though this guy was an idiot for just eating in front of the chef. I myself had gotten a verbal warning when I accidentally took a bag of spices home with me. I returned the item and was lucky I only got a warning.
This always kinda pissed me off, because not even a month later they hired someone on full-time without telling us part-timers as we were supposed to have priority with that. It wasn't too bad though as the guy they hired on was a complete bro, and I'm currently running a DnD game with him and a couple other friends.
Working for the company isn't all bad. After you pass your 90 day mark you can sign up for a program called Disney Aspire. It's basically a free college program but only for schools Disney has approved. Surprisingly there are a lot of Business schools on the site.
I've always heard horror stories about unions, but I got a pay raise legit a day after I started working at my location. Course I never liked having to pay dues, but you win some you lose some.