Going to Disneyland for free is a blessing and a curse. Fun for the family, but lots of people ask you to take them.
The base pay is below average but they make it up (maybe more) with cash and restricted stock (4-year vesting) bonuses.
Great 401k, mental and behavioral health resources, access to financial planning, full health coverage. Not as good at flexible work plans and work/life balance as they look on paper.
If you are Sr. Manager or above, the benefits are good. Disney counts park tickets as part of your salary...but park tickets don't pay my bills.
Matching 401K is great. If you choose the "consumer choice" health plan - Disney contributes $500 into your HSA. It's a great perk to get into the park for free - but, they include that in your "total rewards package" - so, technically you still pay for it. Worst: They rolled out a "flex hours" policy the last year. However, you are met with harsh judgment if you want to utilize it and (at least at my level) are met with the response of "well who's going to get the phones?"
Very robust package. Focuses primarily on perks instead of salary and not all perks may be utilized.
I know the benefits used to be much better.
Great company perks medical, dental, vision, pension, 401K, charitable gift matching and flex time.
You get plenty of vacation time. Disney is very family oriented, if your in allows, you can work from home if family member is sick.
I have no benefits package which is horrible
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