Diverse employees at Discovery Communications have rated Compensation, Perks And Benefits, and Environment as the highest categories they have scored
Women at Discovery Communications have rated Manager, Perks And Benefits, and Environment as the highest categories they have scored
Discovery Communications employees are -36% more likely to recommend Discovery Communications as a great place to work
Working at Discovery Communications is rated highly by 31 employees, across various culture aspects.
Overall Company Culture at Discovery Communications is rated D+
Last updated 21 days ago
Discovery Communications ranks in the Bottom 25% of other companies on Comparably with 5,001-10,000 Employees for Overall Company Culture Score
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Out of 16 Discovery Communications employee reviews, 60% were positive. The remaining 40% were constructive reviews with the goal of helping Discovery Communications improve their work culture.
What is the best part about your compensation package?salary, bonus and performance pool
What makes you most happy at work?the people i work with
What is most positive about the culture and environment at your company?kind people and everyone is helpful
What does the leadership team need to get better at?Expanding and getting more diverse executives.
What does the leadership team need to get better at?We have a fantastic leader in our CCO. Our sales leadership however needs work.
Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?low for the industry standards
Discovery Communications is a global mass media and entertainment company.
Through its Discovery Impact programs, Discovery leverages the power of its brands, businesses and employees to give back to the world. From programming that inspires and educates to network and corporate cause-related partnerships that make a direct impact on the communities in which we live and work, Discovery strives to celebrate, support and sustain the majesty of our Earth.
Discovery Communications was founded in 1985 and its current CEO is David Zaslav. Since its inception 37 years ago, Discovery Communications has grown to 7000 employees.
31 employees at Discovery Communications have reviewed Discovery Communications across various culture dimensions, providing their opinions on items ranging from executive ratings to the pace at work. The latest review was 21 days ago.
Overall, the 31 Discovery Communications employees give their leadership a grade of D, or Bottom 15% of similar size companies on Comparably. This includes specific ratings of their executive team, CEO, and manager.
Employees at Discovery Communications are generally satisfied with their total compensation at Discovery Communications, which includes a combination of pay, stock and equity, and benefits.
Overall, employees at Discovery Communications are generally satisfied with their team. 31 Participants grade the quality of their coworkers a B-. The majority believe the meetings at Discovery Communications are effective, and the majority look forward to interacting with their coworkers.
The majority of employees at Discovery Communications believe the environment at Discovery Communications is positive. Most Participants believe the pace of work at Discovery Communications is moderate. About 27% of the employees at Discovery Communications work 8 hours or less.
Overall, the employees at Discovery Communications are not very happy, based on their aggregated ratings of future outlook, customer perception, and their excitement going to work.
The Discovery Communications Executive Team is rated a “D” and led by CEO David Zaslav, Chief Development, Distribution & Legal Officer Bruce Campbell, and Senior Vice President Albert E. Rosenthaler
Discovery Communications competitors include The Walt Disney Company, AMC Networks, ViacomCBS, and AMC Theaters. Discovery Communications ranks 5th in Overall Culture Score on Comparably vs its competitors. See below how Discovery Communications compares to its competitors with CEO Rankings, Product & Services, NPS, Pricing, Customer Services, Overall Culture Score, eNPS, Gender and Diversity Scores.
How much do people at Discovery Communications get paid? See the latest salaries by department and job title. The average estimated annual salary, including base and bonus, at Discovery Communications is $122,125, or $58 per hour, while the estimated median salary is $128,536, or $61 per hour.
At Discovery Communications, the highest paid job is a Director of Product at $202,940 annually and the lowest is a CS Rep at $46,099 annually. Average Discovery Communications salaries by department include: Legal at $152,972, Product at $175,343, Business Development at $130,551, and Design at $107,656. Half of Discovery Communications salaries are above $128,536.
24 employees at Discovery Communications rank their Compensation in the Top 50% of similar sized companies in the US (based on 77 ratings) while 20 employees at Discovery Communications rank their Perks And Benefits in the Top 35% of similar sized companies in the US (based on 26 ratings).
Salaries contributed from Discovery Communications employees include job titles like DevOps, Senior Product Manager, Product Manager, and Creative Director. Comparably data has a total of 19 salary records from Discovery Communications employees.
Last updated 22 days ago.
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