Living & Working in Great Places
My daughter got a call and email yesterday stating that she would be getting a call on Monday to do a telephone interview for cocktail server position at Yosemite. I went online to check it out and it states the for cocktail server position there is no housing. She indicated on her application she needed housing. Can anyone verify if this is true? Why would they not offer housing to one particular position? If they absolutely refuse to allow a cocktail server to live in employee housing then where would they live? If housing is not available for this position should she decline the interview or do the interview and state that she absolutely needs employee housing and can only accept the job if its available? Thanks for your input. This just seems so odd to me. So do they not allow bartenders to live onsite either? Thanks for any info you can provide before her interview Monday.
when I worked there there was housing for everyone. It was pretty lousey housing but it was dry
ok, thanks! Maybe i will have her call and ask today just to be sure. As for the lousy housing, that sounds pretty consistent with seasonal work from what I have read on here:)
most of the housing was shared tents with a wooden floor, electric heat and a single over head light. the restroom/shower house was a short walk away, it was a pleasant walk for me in the morning cause I got to say hi to the big ole fat garbage bear. He had his head in the cans and wouldn't even notice us walking by.
Most peeps like Yosemite but It was just too crowded for me ( I also got a job offer in the Virgin Islands) So I left early. It was a mile or so to work and the traffic was so bad that it was faster to walk. I've heard that there has been changes to the traffic now.
a bear?? oh yeah I didnt need to know that. I wonder if she could bring her bike on the plane?