Free disney passes, great stock options, great sick/vacation days, matches retirement contributions, flexible hours for family oriented workers and people who want to avoid traffic congestion
There are a lot of benefits available; health coverage, contributions to 401k, commuting assistance, wellness options, etc. Biggest perk is bonuses and incentives; per film bonuses and longer term film based payments. Big down side without these perks (due to lack of film or poor financial results) is that base pay is traditionally a lot lower
HSA, FSA, 401k, PPO, HMO, vision, gym and workout classes on campus, pool, basketball court, volleyball & soccer on campus as well, movie screenings, Disney discounts
Pixar pays employee medical costs. Annual wellness reimbursement to help with gym fees, classes, etc. very helpful benefit and payroll staff.
Beautiful campus with a gym, pool, and terrific food. The worst part of the benefits is the very low 401K match (2K), no equity in the company for newer employees and lower film bonuses as time goes on.
Great if you have a family!
Benefits are getting more expensive everywhere, and Pixar is not immune. When I started, the weekly contribution for a family of four was less than a daily Starbucks would amount to. When I left in 2014 it was over $100/week for reduced benefits. 401k plan was matched only up to $2000/yr.
Good health insurance (medical, vision and dental), 3 weeks of vacation and additional 12 days sick leave. 401k included with employer matching. Up to $1000 educational allowance and free access to Pixar University for relevant training. On campus gym, pool, soccer field and basketball court.
401k, Health Insurance, Vacation, Sick Time
Good health benefits, generous vacation and sick time. Matching 401K.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.