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About the company

  • CEO
    Robert Iger
  • Founded
    1923
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Media & Communication

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Dance Captain/Dancer/Actor in Vienna, VA
on April 23, 2014
Great opportunity to travel the world and perform live on stage!
Guest Service Representative in Orlando, FL
on June 14, 2021
I have been with the Walt Disney Company for many years now and have seen a steady decline over time, but the pandemic really showed its true colors. The care and wellbeing of their Cast have become the absolute bottom tier priority. We pride ourselves on Guest service and magic and joy, but the ones creating those magic have been frequently shafted. You will find absolutely wonderful people in this company who will care for you and WANT you to go far, but typical workplace politics can always interfere and stop you from ever progressing. It's a shame that so many Cast I know have left or are leaving lately. They're truly missing out on some great people.
Attractions Cast Member in Anaheim, CA
on June 5, 2021
Started working hear at 19. Was amazing as a first job. Got to get into the parks for free, met some really nice people, enjoyed the atmosphere, etc. However, as I eventually got into higher roles within the company, you start to see a lot more of the politics and two sides to people.Not saying I was blameless, no one ever is, but there is definitely favorites and management that don't back you when you're trying to uphold the rules that they told you to push.The pay for starting off as a Cast Member is decent, but please do not expect to live on it, especially in California. Supervisors, (That actually do their job,) are grossly underpaid. I think it was like $1 raise for doing management level work and putting up with A LOT more stupidity than necessary. Guests were ok. Kids were usually great, it's the parents you gotta prepare for.That being said, it's a decent company. If you want to move up, you got to learn how to play the political game. (It's also a pretty political company, in both meanings of the word.)
Vice President, Technology Initiatives in Burbank, CA
on June 2, 2021
Disney was a great place to work, learn and grow. I was with the company during a period of explosive growth so there were many opportunities. Risk of failure was always high but I was fortunate enough to work with some of the best people in the industry.
Travel Agent in Anaheim, CA
on May 28, 2021
It was great working for the Walt Disney Travel Company - if you don’t need benefits, to be able to pay rent or need to work full time. So you get some full time hours - but every 4 weeks they would make it so you didn’t have quite enough for full time - so you wouldn’t have to be paid benefits. I love the Disneyland Park, but it is absolutely not enough to live unless you like getting paid in keychains and lanyards as “bonuses”.

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Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

About making the people

Shared on September 30, 2017

You have to take an assessment test and pass it. You also are given a tour of the entire Disney World complex and I also learned about what the company offers in every Disney hotel and attractions.

Shared on August 18, 2017

Sell me my Dream Vacation. Why do you want to work for WDW? Why should we hire you.

Shared on July 25, 2017

The Walt Disney Company locations

4.2
Orlando, FL
4.0
Anaheim, CA
4.2
Lake Buena Vista, FL
4.0
Burbank, CA
4.1
Glendale, CA
3.7
Memphis, TN

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    Published on May 24, 2021