The three words that Disney employees are trained not to say are “I don’t know.” “If a guest asks you a question, you always have to have an answer, no exceptions,” an anonymous former Cast Member shared online. “If you don’t know it, find out, but don’t say you don’t know.
What rules do Disney employees have to follow?
Employees also wear name tags with only their first names on them. A weirder aspect of this rule? Cast Members aren’t allowed to have duplicate names. Disney can still hire multiple people with the same first name, but there’s no using last initials—one of the people has to choose a new name to go by while at Disney.
What are Disney employees not allowed to do?
Never point with just one finger
Employees at Disney World are not allowed to point using just one finger for two reasons. The first is because in some cultures pointing with one finger is considered rude. The second reason, according to ahfunny.com, is using two fingers makes it easier for children to see.
Can Disney employees have tattoos?
Visible tattoos are permitted, with the exception of placement on the face, head or neck. Tattoos must be no larger than the Cast Member’s hand when fully extended with the fingers held together.
Does Disney respond to complaints?
Yes they do. I’m sure it’s difficult to keep up with the volume, whether complaints or praise, but i’ve had very good responses, including one from last summer that lead to this thread.
Why is it rude to point with one finger?
In many cultures, including ours, pointing at other people is considered rude because it’s associated with blame allocation (‘to point the finger at…’). Also, by pointing at someone, you automatically, and without their consent, make them an object of scrutiny.