Bronx Zoo Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Bronx Zoo is a zoo located within Bronx Park in the Bronx, New York. It is one of the largest zoos in the United States by area, and is the largest metropolitan zoo in the United States by area, comprising 265 acres (107 ha) of park lands and naturalistic habitats separated by the Bronx River. On average, the zoo has 2.15 million visitors each year as of 2009.The Bronx Zoo is world-renowned fo

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Casheir (Former Employee) says

"You hated this place with all my heart and soul. The workers that been there longer treat new people like trash. You can’t sit unless your in the booth. They make you stand for like 8+ hours sometimes they just cut your shift short(a blessing) that place is horrible i dont recommend it at all"

Seasonal Group Sales (Former Employee) says

"When you work they review your reservations to make sure everything you charge guest is correct. They decided to fire me because of the first two weeks I was in training they didn't see one of the reservations I made and tried to say I overcharged a guest. SUPER UNPROFESSIONAL because if you are suppose to check my work that means they weren't doing their job and tried to have me as the fall guy. Their entire department is a joke. They didn't even tell me I was fired and they waited till I clocked in to tell me that I was fired. Cons: the way the speak to you is unproffesional"

Cashier and cook prep (Former Employee) says

"people are extremely lazy, managers yell at you for not doing their job. Cons: do more then what your suppose to"

Catering Chef (Former Employee) says

"Leave the past behind, no reason to bad mouth a company I only needed to work for briefly. Cons: Only worked when events were on"

Merchandise Associate (Current Employee) says

"Not a very good experience while I was at the place, the environment is just off and the hours are most definitely not flexible for students which is weird as they offered to hire for schools."

Admissions Associate/Membership Sales Advisor (Former Employee) says

"this job sucks major its the worst almost as bad as mcdonalds Cons: everything else sucks"

Freeze Frame Photographer (Current Employee) says

"Working here at the Bronx Zoo is pretty meh, I've had to work under terrible weather conditions without a bit of sympathy. In 90-100 degree weather I have to wear long pants and no kind of shorts"

Consessions (Former Employee) says

"great atmosphere with all the children coming to see the animals. i love preparing the hot dogs and food for the kids and watching them have such a great time."

Zoo Crew (Former Employee) says

"A zookeeper, sometimes referred as animal keeper, is a person who manages zoo animals that are kept in captivity for conservation or to be displayed to the public. They are usually responsible for the feeding and daily care of the animals. Cons: Gotta clean the animal cages"

Restaurant Associate (Former Employee) says

"bronx zoo teach u to be clean and cook i like Bronx zoo is because u see happy family and u meet nice people from different country it a nice environment Cons: none"

Merchandise Associate (Former Employee) says

"Sort out the morning order of merchandise and clean the various fixtures."

costumer service (Former Employee) says

"long hot days with no time for any good activities. very unmotivated and sad for me."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"typical day i was a cashier or cook in the restaurant i learned how be a cashier co workers were okay management needs improvement hardest part was putting the food stands away most enjoyable was the animals Cons: closing procedures"

Admission Clerk (Former Employee) says

"The Bronx zoo is a fun place to work. A warm welcoming environment for the guests. However, it may be difficult to work outside with the weather when it is very cold or hot outside."

Summer Youth Worker (Former Employee) says

"If its what you enjoy doing then this is the job for you. Cons: short breaks"

Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"This job is best to just get experience and get something in your resume. Your experience vastly depends on whether you are indoors or out and which managers you get which is all random.."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"i learned how to manage crowds. the coworkers was warming and great to work with. great discount on lunch or breakfast . but had to stand in the heat at your post for numerous hours. Cons: short breaks"

Greeter/Memberships Representative (Former Employee) says

"Typical day as a greeter, your there a hour before the park opens, you go to your assigned post and wait, when the park opens you are then expected to stand at your post, greet, direction and offer information to the patrons. I learned how to diffuse hostile situations and how to pitch memberships. management was okay. You work as part of a team so even though there are over 200 people working during the summer season, everyone gets to know each other and work together to make the park the best place it can be. The hardest part was events cause you could end up 10 to 15 hrs a day, depending on how long it ran. the most enjoyable part was being able to explore the park for free on my off days"

Admissions Associate (Former Employee) says

"the problem with this was, that there wasn't really any teamwork"

Ticket Taker (Former Employee) says

"My time at working with the Bronx zoo was a good experience but also stressful. You get to experience different cultures and people who would visit the park. I would recommend this job to my friends. Cons: Standing all day"