Pros: cool coworkers, free admission to parks and other attractions, cool team member events, pay was solid
Cons: poor communication, lack of transparency, poor organization, non-realistic expectations, medical benefits not to par
At first glance, this is a great company and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to be anyone part of something big. However, that recommendation would come with a disclaimer of "be wary of the department".
The department I was in was not an "in-park" job. It seemed great from the onset but I quickly learned it was going to be a long ride. There was no transparency throughout the department, upper levels had no idea what their managers and lower level employees did, communication in the department was murky at best, and everything was entirely segmented. It is preached that everyone is "team members" but in reality you can see who is favorites and who isn't.
This was the first job in which I truly saw sexism from the top down. The upper level was very misogynistic and spoke down at some female employees beneath him (see favorites above).
Employees get along with each other for the most part, but as with any job/situation there is gossip aplenty, and there are definitely "clicks".
Could be a great job for you, could be a bummer. Unfortunately for me it was the latter.