Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – June 13, 2016
Sony is a huge organization with many departments. Any opportunity you get to work at SONY is experience of a lifetime. The benefits are great, but the perks are the best ever. The job can be demanding, personalities are big and you may need thick skin or be a quick learner. SONY Pictures, was the best job I've ever held. Love every part of it.
Sr. Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – June 17, 2016
General IT operations role. Dealt with close cycles and IT projects. Worked across multiple lines of business. Different technology was being implemented all the time. Co-workers were generally cooperative. Typical day at work was a mix of troubleshooting common issues and implementing a new solution.
Senior Coordinator (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – April 15, 2016
The work is interesting and there are many opportunities to learn new skills. The days fly by due to a near constant workload which is good for me but may not appeal to others. My co-workers are top notch team players and most have been with Sony for five plus years.
Lots of perks: Employee discounts on product, weekly employee happy hours, on-site gym free to employees, free movie screenings, good benefits
The IT department leaves little to be desired. Too many chiefs all doing their own thing.
Audio Coordinator (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – April 10, 2016
It is great to come into a place where you are appreciated for your hard work and dedication. I've learned to always keep learning more and never get comfortable. To keep striving for better. The management were nice, My co-workers were amazing. Great people to spend 10 hours a day with. Very helpful and great team players . The most enjoyable part about the job is completing the work and making the clients happy.
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – February 28, 2016
I've been working at Sony Pictures Entertainment in finance for about 7 months on a contracted assignment and overall have enjoyed the experience up to this point. The work environment is very friendly and everybody is naturally easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job has to be the fact that long hours and staying overtime is the norm and it's unusual to leave on time from day to day, but the work environment is good so the experience isn't a miserable one. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fact that this is an entertainment company so on any given day something might be filming and it's amazing to see how some of the things work in this company.
I am currently doing a my internship and its a great company to work in because the people are very nice even though I have not really had a lot of contact with other departments. It is a company that offers opportunity to grow within and contributes to their employee's education.
Location Consultant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 22, 2016
work hours were long, a lot of late nights but very worth it. I worked with good people and would say i was an active team member. I would work on different movies and shows and that was a great learning experience The long hours was probably the hardest thing about the job.
Unbelievable experience. I love to work for the studios. Great environment, and great team work. Such an incredible opportunity to grow and actually feel the corporate world in a very fun and interesting way.
People & Organization / Recruiting Coordinator (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – December 31, 2015
As a recruiting coordinator, I connected with candidates and managers to schedule interviews and then escorted candidates during their interviews across the studio lot. Coworkers are pleasant and overall culture of Sony is relaxed.
Archive Coordinator (Current Employee) – Culver City, CA – August 31, 2015
I don't have alot of nice things to say about the company. I've met some wonderful, hardworking people but in terms of growth and reward, I feel there is little hope or chance.
Occasionally there will be a screening that will be interesting to see.
No true vacation time, raises have been on hold for all employees for two year, moving up is based on nepotism or luck, management is unqualified for their roles, hardwork is not rewarded, executives poor decisions, the hack
Production Manager - Intl Client Operations (Former Employee) – Culver City, CA – October 13, 2015
I really enjoyed Sony and both management and co-workers. There was room to advance and they really cared about their employees. Unfortunately family matters pulled me away from full-time work that was far from home.