Working at Disneyland sounds like the dream job right? Well these strict and interesting rules of being a Disney employee may convince you otherwise. Seriously though, these people work very hard to make it the best place on earth.
The costumes are the same for specific characters, this means the actors must be a certain size and height
If you ever asked a Disney cast member something that is not related to Disney movies or world, they will act as if they have no idea what you’re talking about.
Disney employees are not allowed to point using only one finger, they either use two fingers or their whole hand.
It is not allowed to wear eyewears with unconventional colors or visible logos.
Next time you visit Disneyland, notice how clean the place is. It’s spotless! Every employee including the princess must pick up trash if they see it.
This is not a shocker, but no visible tattoos are allowed.
No one uses last names at Disneyland, Walt Disney insisted that everyone called him by his first name and this tradition lasted to this very day.
Because every character has it’s own unique look, cast members have restrictions on hair color and style, or facial hair.
Cast members use codes for a lot of thing, example is that ” code V ” stands for vomiting.
All Disney employees are called Cast Members, and everyone who works there must refer to each other as such at all times.
Disney employees will never say ” I don’t know “. They will either ask another cast member or phone someone to find out.
To make sure every character’s signature looks the same. Every cast member must complete signature training.
Women’s fingernails can’t be painted and can’t be longer than a quarter inch past the fingertip.
Cast members are strictly not allowed to disclose anything about their job on social media.