Snoqualmie Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Snoqualmie ( snoh-KWOHL-mee) is a city next to Snoqualmie Falls in King County, Washington, United States. It is 28 miles (45 km) east of Seattle. Snoqualmie city is home to the Northwest Railway Museum. The population was 10,670 at the 2010 census and an estimated 13,622 in 2019.Many of the exterior shots for David Lynch's Twin Peaks television series and movie (Fire Walk with Me) were filmed in


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Snow Removal (Former Employee) says

"I can’t say enough about how terrible the work environment was at the Snoqualmie Pass. Every dept hates every dept. it’s a tough place to have fun while working. Read all of the reviews. Those people still work there and are only posting good reviews because they need employees so bad. Do not work here! Bad! Cons: Everything"

Ticket Scanner (Former Employee) says

"A typical day of work included meeting with your shift managers, deciding who would go to which areas, and then a few breaks including lunch throughout the day. The management was kind and willing to work with employees, but was too slack at times and there was a lack of support for shift managers. The workplace culture was relaxed but to a point that many employees would directly ignore commands from managers with no disciplinary action even if caught. The hardest part was driving to work in inclement weather and the easiest part was interacting and greeting customers and providing assistance and answering customer questions. Cons: constant errors in scheduling, mixing up names of employees on schedules, no competent overseeing authority to make sure employees are working"

On-Snow Supervisor/Event Coordinator/Ski Instructor (Former Employee) says

"Low paying, high expectations, inexperienced managers, lack of follow through by leadership."

Digital Marketing Specialist (Current Employee) says

"The Summit is a great and fun place to work. Friendly people, amazing terrain, flexible scheduling, etc. However it is hard to pursue permanent careers here, and the pay does not match the work load or expectations of employees."

Skiing instructor (Former Employee) says

"training was so poor it was laughable"

Lift Operator (Former Employee) says

"Show up to work on time and when you are needed and life is good. Plenty of time during the winter to get some laps in after work. A ton of good people to work with and hang out with after work. Cons: Short breaks, some days NO breaks, hard to get OT (starts at 56 hours), no lodging for American workers."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"The laid-back atmosphere provides a place for leaders to succeed in guiding those that struggle with staying on task. I was often recognized for my hard-work and leadership skills. Cons: Flakey Supervisors"

Children's program assistant (Former Employee) says

"The assistants at the Summit Learning Center are essentially the grunts of Snoqualmie Pass- sent out to do pretty much anything where there's a shortage of other employees, anything from what amounts to babysitting to lift operations."

Terrain Park Builder (Former Employee) says

""work hard. play hard." motto used by Summit at Snoqualmie to describe life while working a stressful, ultimately rewarding mountain operations position."

Parking lot Attendant at Alpental (Former Employee) says

"Super fun while I worked there because they would give you a season pass for working so after a long cold shift, Id hit up my friends that worked there as well and we'd go snowboarding at night. That's what really made it worth working in the cold. I met cool people, got unbelievable snow days, and I got to snowboard for free. If you don't like the cold Id recommend not working there. If you didn't have the right car or chains then you couldn't work there. Cons: Snobby people that think they own the place when they are just customers"