Health Care Benefits for Epcot WorkersWalt Disney World: Who gets them? How good are they?
From Ryan LHi there,
Posted May 4, 2006 at 11:00 PM
I'm wondering if anyone knows the health care benefits situation for workers at Epcot Center in Orlando. More specifically, do health care benefits extend down to even those working part time as food service or ride operators?
And if so, what is the quality of these benefits?
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From Tom CIt's the mouse. It will be the cheapest insurance thay can find. When I worked for the mouse, the insurance company changed 3 times in 5 years. Insurance used to be only for Full Time, OT, and Salaried, but I do belive to compete with SeaWorld (who I know for a fact offers benifits for part time) they have offered some sort of insurance for their part time cast members. I'm sure you can call their job line and ask.
Posted May 10, 2006 at 12:37 PM
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