Parking Lot Attendant (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – July 2, 2015
great place to work,great work co-workers and great benefits. free water and a great view of the city. my co-workers helped me alot with day to day thing. management where easy to talk to.the harest part of the job was standing for 8 hours a day but was well worth it. the best part of the job was seeeing all the happy faces
Lead Parking Staff (Former Employee), Universal City, CA – June 23, 2015
Spending majority of time with crowds of people in a outdoor environment. Consistently being proactive, staying alert, organizing and prioritizing tasks. Collaborating with my teammates to meet company goals. Co-workers were relaxed enthusiastic profound individuals.
Production Coordinator (Former Employee), Burbank, CA – June 11, 2015
NBC Univeral was the best experience as a young adult seeking to take career in entertainment to the next level. Everyone in the departments of Access Hollywood were experienced, talented and helpful. I am extremely grateful for my time there!
Senior Space Planner/Project Manager (Current Employee), New York, NY – June 5, 2015
Pros: Great Working Environment
Cons: Short Breaks
NBC is such a great place to work. The workplace is fun and the staff is very friendly. Management is very helpful when decisions needs to be made. Most decisions are made in a timely manor. I would recommend NBC to all my friends and family.
Attractions Attendant (Current Employee), Orlando, FL – June 1, 2015
Pros: no lay offs so far
Cons: 85% on my feet
it's ok working here it tends to repeat over and over,so it can get boring working in attractions.I learn to take it a day at a time and that I can defuse any problem.My management team is pretty cool as long as you don't mess up.My co-workers are pretty cool,I just mind my own.The hardest part of the job is standing maybe 85% of my shift and thing I enjoy about this job is meeting people from all over the world.
Production Assistant (Former Employee), Stamford, CT – May 26, 2015
Pros: healthcare benefits, advancement, free lunch sometimes
Cons: no breaks
Although i don't necessarily agree with the "Jerry Springer" culture, I don't regret the season I worked with them. We were tested to the max every day and always made sure we succeeded. I've learned a lot... there's no issue i cant fix.
NBC/Universal is a great work environment if you are just out of school and looking for your first position or if you're a senior manager. Everyone else in between is left to fend for themselves. Too caught up with outdated hiring procedures that don't lend themselves to bringing in new talent. They fill slots. Benefits are great.
Locations Scout (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – May 18, 2015
Cons: required some weekend work
I very much enjoy working with the production staff. They were very open to new ideas and suggestions to better the over all production. My typical day consisted of identifying any script changes and securing options for locations needed for episodic filming. Additionally I worked with the Exec. Producer on any future episodes that had unique or sensitive location requirements. I reported directly to my Location Managers and kept them informed as to my daily progress. The most challenging aspect of my job was accommodating for last minute script revision with the addition of logistic confinements such as actor schedule, pairing of existing anchor locations and location availability.
Universal Studios will always be a huge part of my life. I learn so much working here I will never for get it. I am glad I got to meet so many wonderful people and work with an amazing management team.
Freelance Editor (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 15, 2015
Great fun place to work. I'd love to work full time. No question is too small and everyone helps each other out. Amazing place to learn and grow with up to date equipment. Weekly meetings keep freelancers in the loop.