Full Sail was a great place to work. However, pay vs work was far from equal. Certain departments were favored over others in regards to budgets at the top of the list. This could not only be seen visually, but also on paper, with the neglected departments having a very high turn over rate. I loved that they did not micro manage, and allowed us to manage ourselves. However, some people cannot work this way and had some trouble. Managers allowed team members to help others and encouraged and acknowledged us for this. Management in my department were wonderful, amazing, and taught me so much. I will always remember them, and cherish the time I worked at Full Sail.
In regards to benefits: great with time off paid. Healthcare was great until they changed their insurance provider as it only kept the biweekly payment roughly the same as the previous provider. The new provider did not cover many important aspects, therefore costing employees more money out of pocket for the same doctor visits, and etc.
Employee appreciation occurs a lot more than once a year.
Healthcare changed cost more than anticipated (roughly $2500/yr more)