very good benefits and perks.
The medical insurance options provide very generous coverage, in particular the PPO plan. On the other hand, the 401(k) employer matching contribution is weak with a $2K per year maximum. The on-campus food is spectacular, and the modest cost is well worth it when compared to dining off campus, but with many mid-size to large companies providing meals at no cost to the employees, it's a bit of a wash.
Amazing Benefits, really makes it all the hard work, worth it.
The benefits are excellent. Screenings of movies is also a perk.
401k, Health insurance, paid sick leaves, vacation, education allowance
Great Health and Dental. Matching 401k. Disney passes.
The healthcare benefits are excellent - even for out of network providers we've been able to get a higher % of coverage than the amount originally offered, & the mental health benefits are great too! A+ for trans healthcare too, which can be very challenging to find.
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
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.