Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
3.2 of 5 34 reviews
www.warnerbros.com Burbank, CA 150 to 499 Employees

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working at a major movie studio will definitely boost your resume, but...

Financial Analyst (Former Employee)
Burbank, CA

Proshaving WB on your resume opens door.

Conscould have made more money in banking.

Advice to Senior Managementnot sure if it was really necessary to lay off so many ppl in early 2009. Most of ppl who were laid off were junior levels who probably made a FRACTION of sr. management. WB now has started hiring all over again and already spent so much $ on hiring temps. They spent more money on temps than what they saved by laying off ppl.

They laid off ppl and THEN relized they do need people to run business, so they hired temps. Funny thing is, they pay temps a lot more than their full time employees.

 The money used to pay temps doesn't come from SALARY portion of their budget, but from other sections. so they might save money on SALARY for full time employees (since they have less employees), but they spend A LOT MORE on other allocated budget (paying temps).

 which means they are NOT SAVING $. They are actually spending more. DUH.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    good place to work

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    I have been working at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment


    Pros: #1 brand in the market, there is no other entertainment company that has the market prestige or market power than warner. this is… Cons: #1 brand, but execution struggles. there is an expression… Advice to Senior Management: empower your teams More
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    A decent place to work, if you get into the right area

    Manager, Finance (Current Employee)
    Burbank, CA

    I have been working at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment


    Pros: Work and life balance, though this can vary widely depending on department. Benefits are good, health insurance is cheap, and vision care is excellent.… Cons: Lack of strategic thinking, and a culture of mediocrity. Morale is quite… Advice to Senior Management: Pay more attention to resource allocation - don't shrink growing… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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