Best: Great Health and dental insurance. Cons: No paid-time off
NBCUniversal offers comprehensive benefits: Not only standard medical, dental and vision, but also several “extras” that you don’t usually find at other companies, like back-up childcare, financial planning, shopping discounts, etc. Health insurance benefits aren’t free for employees, but the premiums are very reasonable compared to the marketplace and many other employer-subsidized plans.
Its Great if you qualify, but you have to work over 1200 hours to qualify for benefits so,Its Great if you qualify, but you have to work over 1200 hours to qualify for benefits so,Its Great if you qualify, but you have to work over 1200 hours to qualify for benefits so, stop.
Different plans available. HMO/EPO plans are higher than I have paid at previous jobs and the premium goes up almost every year. I pay $40 more a month than when I first started working here. Coverage is decent though.
Pretty standard benefits, but not enough vacation and no opportunity for time-off increase until you've been an employee for 5 years
Tons of coverage! A hefty amount come out of your paycheck.
Paid time off is very generous, adding up to about 17 days per year (vacation, personal and floating holiday). The paid holidays is the very bare minimum. We do not get the week between Christmas and New Years off, which is unfortunate when other studios like Sony get those days off. You pay quite a bit out of pocket for health and dental insurance which is surprising for such a big company. 401K match is great. Free Universal Studios tickets and NBC movie screenings are an awesome perk!
401k, Stock Purchase Plan, Benefits for full time employees, no vacation or sick pay for full time freelance.
There are good stock options for Comcast stock (15% discount), matching 401K up to 4.5%, good health care options as well
Employee Stock Purchase Plan and Childcare facilities are the best in the industry hands down
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.