If you're full time you get the 401k, insurance, but also get in the parks for free which is nice.
The retirement savings plan is pretty good. It kicks in after one year of service and is vested after three years of service. The 401K plan is pretty standard with the Company matching up to 4%. The tuition reimbursement is actually on the high side; however, it barely puts a dent for private university tuition. The main entrance pass is a nice perk if you go to the Parks. If you live closer to Orange County or is willing to make the drive, then it's worth it. The employee discount is pretty reasonable and comes in handy while at the theme parks. With that said, the benefits doesn't make up for the lower salary compared to other major companies.
They give you lots of time off so you can relax. You also can work stress free because animating is fun for loads of people
Best thing is free Disney park admission
Free Admission to the park is a huge plus when you live in SoCal and have a family.
Unless you are in a high level leadership position, there are no bonuses. Raises are only cost of living 99% of the time. You are able to get into the parks free and get discounts on resort stays, but most of us who have been there for years don't use either very often.
Helpful tools to determine which medical benefits will work best for you, and an easy-to-access portal. Representatives are brought on-site during the enrollment process to answer questions in person.
Free Disneyland is awesome, I went every weekend. There are a lot of parties on the studio lot, and free stuff. Movie screenings often occur before availability to the general public.
the company care about its employees with a great health care plan, wellness programs among others
The benefits package is horrible. They don't care about their employees and will not give them a proper benefits package. There is no long-term disability provided and short-term disability is only 12 weeks. There is no policy or policy number given for any insurance policy paid for and the company is self-insured for worker's comp.