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“average plans, employee contribution is a little high for the Bay Area.”
I have to say that I don't participate in the benefits since I'm still under another insurance until 26 years old. I do know we offer quite a variety and people at work seem to like it.
Great place if you’re a nerd. Otherwise, you’ll probably be overworked and underpaid.
There are a lot great perks working here. Because it is owned by Disney you get a silver pass, which lets you attend any Disney Park for free. The health care is solid and flexible. And there are nice 401k/retirement options.
The people at this company really matter to leadership.
401k matching up to 6%, 3 weeks vacation (2 weeks plus campus closes from Dec 24-Jan 1 so you get a week free standard0
Lucasfilm, through Disney offers great benefits. The obvious insurance is great and includes Kaiser coverage, if you choose it. There is a standard 401k, as well as a Disney retirement fund that gets contributed to by the company without any employee contribution and is available to the employee in full after 3 years employment. Then there are the bevy of benefits Disney offers, like free park entry all over the world, and a standard discount at all Disney locations.
Most benefits are standard - health insurance, 401K, etc... If you are a staff employee. Perks are great, though. Screenings, speaker series, employee gifts.
Benefits are average- pretty normal for a large company like Disney, but not considered competitive in the San Francisco Bay Area market.
The healthcare is good. There are many options to chose from that fit right for your family. Some of the employee benefits are great: special screenings, commuter incentive, Disneyland tickets and discounts.
Good campus perks like employee discount and company store and free movie screenings. Unfortunately no benefits of flex-time/telecommuting or sabbatical.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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