WildWorks Benefits FAQ

Read what WildWorks employees think about benefits at the company.

If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at WildWorks listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at WildWorks.

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2 English questions out of 2

January 29, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at WildWorks?

Pros

Work-life balance was great. PTO and other benefits were pretty solid.

Cons

This studio is the definition of insular and traditional, with strong enforcement of favoritism that sours everything else. Diversity is a bad word here. The same handful of long-time employees make all the decisions, and there is little room for innovation, constructive criticism, or anything they don't agree with. Office management/HR department frequently failed to provide the most basic studio support, including several errors that really should have been reported to the state labor board. Upper management is a self-aggrandizing boy's club, especially with tech and production. The siloing of departments never seems to be addressed, even after years of being acknowledged, and project management and pipelines suffer immensely for it.

Advice to Management

Grow your HR department and office staff. Refresh your upper management with new blood. Even though you're located in Utah, don't be so committed to "traditional family values" in your employees or products.

PTO and other benefits were pretty solid.

January 29, 2020

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January 29, 2020

What is paid time off like at WildWorks?

Pros

Work-life balance was great. PTO and other benefits were pretty solid.

Cons

This studio is the definition of insular and traditional, with strong enforcement of favoritism that sours everything else. Diversity is a bad word here. The same handful of long-time employees make all the decisions, and there is little room for innovation, constructive criticism, or anything they don't agree with. Office management/HR department frequently failed to provide the most basic studio support, including several errors that really should have been reported to the state labor board. Upper management is a self-aggrandizing boy's club, especially with tech and production. The siloing of departments never seems to be addressed, even after years of being acknowledged, and project management and pipelines suffer immensely for it.

Advice to Management

Grow your HR department and office staff. Refresh your upper management with new blood. Even though you're located in Utah, don't be so committed to "traditional family values" in your employees or products.

PTO and other benefits were pretty solid.

January 29, 2020

See answer

2 English questions out of 2