Great choices for healthcare packages. Very customizable. Disney ownership = free entry to parks for you and 3 people any time. Another admirable benefit is that they don’t define “family” for you. So if you need a bereavement period after losing a beloved dog, close family friend, etc., you can take it.
Vacation time is very corporate (technically) but managers make this very possible. There are busy seasons and times when you have little to do so vacation is more possible. Fertility family planning great. Medicine coverage ... decent. EAP is great. 401k is meh. Long Term incentives are great. Compensation is okay. bonuses are not great. A huge number of fringe benefits. Child care. Okay (by american standards which are garbage) child bonding time.
ESPN provided a good benefits package.
Benefits include 401k, health insurance, Disney discounts, and Disney world complementary tickets for friends and family.
Wide range of benefits- health: family, partner, pets Vacation, company stock match, ERGs, on campus gyms 401K, great entertainment perks
This is a great company to work for with many opportunities. Highly competitive with management micromanaging. Some supervisors are worse than others. It can be stressful at times with work flow, management and colleagues.
the vacation time off was good for experience, 401k solid, insurance offered was decent
Not alot of benefits offered, very poor insurance and no 401k, dissapointing for such a large corporation
Disney benefits are great but kind of expensive for family plans.
No complaints with benefits package other than remote work flexibility as needed
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