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- Warner Bros. scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
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- Warner Bros. had 1 more reviews than CBS that mentioned "Great people" as a Pro.
- CBS and Warner Bros. both have 39 total submitted reviews for "Long hours".
I worked at Warner Bros. full-time for more than 3 years
Decent amount of opportunity to move up through the department. Working there makes you very familiar with the studio lot. Many of the employees who start out in Tours move thru to other departments.... Management understands that many of the tour employees are looking to make this a stepping stone to other parts of the studio. Working as a tour guide also gets you into the OPEIU Local 174 Union, which has some of the best heath insurance I've ever seen. Pay isn't amazing, but the health plan is second to none.
The majority of the non-management roles are directly customer facing, so you're dealing with the public on the daily. That can be a mixed bag. The tour runs all year round and in all weather (110+... degree days, pouring down rain, cold, etc...). You'll likely be working holidays, weekends, and when Horror Made Here is running, evenings as well. Giving tours three or four times a day can wear on the voice, so take care of yourself. Labor Relations Department has a tendency to crack down on tour guides who use their sick days. It's a strange policy, given that we earn sick time. Many guides have been called in to ask the reason for taking the time off even when they've not exceeded their earned allotment of sick hours.