The best thing was the free access to the park, and discount tickets not only to Universal, but all other Southern California amusement parks, plus Universal Orlando and Disney World Florida. You can sign up for health benefits if you choose, and when you become full time employee you can receive all the benefits package that Universal offers.
Free unlimited park admission to both parks as well as city walk! As well as free quarterly comp passes for your friends/family.
pros: great company peaks- all year round sport teams (within departments) vacation days, paid sick leave, cons: scheduled hours, numbers of employees vs management/leads.
Definitely room to grow. Great coverage, but it was sometimes a little pricey, or didn't cover the major things I needed like eye care.
As long as you work 24 hours a week, you are eligible for health care packages (Dental, Vision, and Medical - either Kaiser or Anthem Blue Cross), there are a lot of employee incentives (employee previews for new attractions, free Universal movie screenings, health fairs, job fairs), sick pay, vacation, 401K. Every 5 year anniversary, you get to pick a gift. Lots of complementary tickets given. Employee Wellness.
Union employee, health benefits could be better, vision and dental are good and do their job, brand new 401k serves its purpose, good overall
Staff laughed at the idea of giving new employees full time or benefits.
Great perks and benefits, even tickets to the parks and hotels
matches 4.5%. Stock purchase discount.
The best was the free admission to the parks for you and comp tickets for friends and family. What I didn't like about this is how the comp tickets were structured.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.