The Walt Disney Company Review Data
11 total review submissions
|2019||Intern||Los Angeles||Corporate Finance||Very nice people and a great company to work for. You knew…||The work is not too fast-paced or exciting so don't…|
|2020||3rd+ Year Analyst||Burbank||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||I can't speak to Disney as a whole, but my team is…||Partially due to its large size, Disney has business units…|
|2016||1st Year Analyst||Los Angeles||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Good company to work for. Good benefits. Organized multiple…||Very structured, low to non-existent mobility. All projects…|
|2019||Summer Associate Intern||Glendale||Supply Chain||Well established operations and no growing pains.
|Slow moving ship. Lots of talent, but unable to always take…|
|2018||Summer Associate Intern||Burbank||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Very happy. I really enjoyed working at Disney and the…||There were long stretches of doing absolutely nothing.…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||New York||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Great coworkers- all experts within media space
|High volatility on the team
lack of long-term…
|2018||Other||Los Angeles||Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT)||Great work life balance and working on the studio lot is…||People here stay for 20+ years quite frequently, leaving…|
|2018||Intern||Burbank||N/A||-Impactful work: As an intern, I was given meaningful and…||Seemed like they spend very little investment in intern…|
|2018||Manager||Los Angeles||Marketing||Great company to work for in entertainment- recognizable…||Pay!! Entertainment just doesn’t pay enough as other…|
|2017||Intern||Los Angeles||Corporate Finance||Seemed like a great company culture and everyone I met…||The level of talent going there is not the same as to other…|
|2012||Intern||Burbank||Consumer - Retail||-Diversity
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