Well I went through my first week of training, as for me , really it was a refresher course, since I worked at this location before. One thing I do have to say is this and it is really a big disappointment and has left me dismayed. It is the cast members that work here. Talk about being flat out rude is a major understatement. I do not intend to make life long friendships with a lof of these younger kids, but come on, it is called common courtesy just to say hello to a newer cast member. They look at the new cast members with so much contempt, it is pitiful. I remember back in the day, when I first was hired at Disney, back in the caveman days when the majority of today's cast members were not born yet, a cast member was made to feel welcomed by everyone, just with a hello and smile. It was suck a warm feeling. Today that is totally non existent, except in rare cases. It also troubles me to see these cast members violating company policy, by constantly looking at their cell phones and text messaging, even on stage. That is there only and primary concern it seems to me. It proves to me that the majority of these kids do not have any sense of responsibility nor care about the Disney company and what it stands for. Again , I say the majority. You DO have that small minority that take pride in the positions with in the company. Overall, I came in with very high expectations and of course they were dashed. The bright spot was that a few cast members I had worked with back in 2000 were still there and it was good to see a familiar face. I really do not know if it is really worth working 7 days a week in this type of scenario and with the bussing situation extremely labor intensive and not enough bussers to man the restaurant, translating into a person doing the job of 2-3 people. I ask myself is it really worht it. I have to make a decision before the end of this week. Oh well!!! I should have picked attractions.