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The Walt Disney Company Cultura de la Empresa

Puntuación Cultura

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4.0/5
La cultura general de The Walt Disney Company está clasificada B

Dimensiones de la cultura mejor valoradas

Calificación del CEO

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Bob Chapek The Walt Disney Company's CEO
Bob Chapek
68 /100

The Walt Disney Company Misión, Visión y Valores

¿Están claros los objetivos de su empresa y está usted invertido en ellos?

Estado de la misión

The mission of The Walt Disney Company is to be one of the world’s leading producers and providers of entertainment and information. Using our portfolio of brands to differentiate our content, services and consumer products, we seek to develop the most creative, innovative and profitable entertainment experiences and related products in the world.

Declaración de la visión

Disney Company s corporate vision is to be one of the world s leading producers and providers of entertainment and information.

Cultura de The Walt Disney Company de un Vistazo

635 empleados en The Walt Disney Company han revisado The Walt Disney Company en varias dimensiones de la cultura corporativa, compartiendo sus opiniones entre calificaciones ejecutivas hasta el ritmo en el trabajo. La última revisión fue hace hoy.

En general, los 635 The Walt Disney Company empleados dan su liderazgo una C+, o Top 50% superior de empresas de tamaño similar en los Estado Unidos. Esto incluye los grados específicos del equipo ejecutivo, Director Ejecutivo de la Empresa, y supervisor.

Empleados de The Walt Disney Company no están muy satisfechos con su remuneración total en The Walt Disney Company, que incluye una combinación de pago, acciones y participación de capital, y beneficios. En general, 635 Participantes califican su remuneración en The Walt Disney Company con C, o en el máximo Bottom 45% de compañías de tamaño similar en los Estados Unidos.

En general, empleados de The Walt Disney Company están satisfechos con su equipo. 635 Participantes califican la calidad de sus compañeros de trabajo con B. La mayoría creen que las reuniones de The Walt Disney Company son efectivas, y la mayoría esperan que interactuar con sus compañeros de trabajo.

La mayoría de empleados en The Walt Disney Company creen que el ambiente en The Walt Disney Company es positivo. La mayoría de los Participantes creen que el ritmo de trabajo en The Walt Disney Company es confortablemente rápido. Cerca 64% de los empleados en The Walt Disney Company trabajan 8 horas o menos, mientras el 5% de ellos tienen un día extremadamente largo - más prolongado de doce horas.

En general, los empleados de The Walt Disney Company están contentos, basados en su calificaciones agregadas de las perspectivas futuras, la percepción del cliente, y su entusiasmo al ir al trabajo. Los 635 empleados que participaron creen que su vista futura en The Walt Disney Company es positivo.

Información de la empresa

Dirección
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521
United States of America
Sitio web
thewaltdisneycompany.com
Fundado
1923
Sitios sociales

Descripción de la compañía

The Walt Disney Company, with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a diversified international family entertainment and media enterpise.

Ejecutivos clave

Nombre y Titulo
Bio
Bob Chapek  CEO / President
Bob Chapek
CEO / President
Robert Chapek is an American media executive and businessman who is chief executive officer (CEO) of The Walt Disney Company. Before becoming CEO on February 25, 2020, he had a 26-year career with The Walt Disney Company, beginning in the Home Entertainment division, and rising to become the Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. In February 2020, Chapek was named chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company replacing Bob Iger, who will remain as Executive Chairman until 2021.[28] In April 2020, Chapek was elected to Walt Disney Co.'s board of directors. It was later revealed, the same month, that while Chapek remained CEO, Iger had resumed control of the company's operational duties for the time being, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In numerous interviews with financial news outlets, Chapek has said he is focusing on opening Disney's theme parks. In May 2020, Shanghai Disneyland opened with limited guest capacity capped at approximately 24,000 visitors per day, pursuant to government regulations. Chapek acknowledged that this was a "baby step" but found the attendance figures encouraging, considering that the limited number of tickets were selling out. Chapek vowed to increase capacity in the weeks to come, albeit in a conservative manner. Chapek said that when Walt Disney World opens in July 2020, both employees and guests will be required to take temperature checks, wear face masks, and observe social distancing guidelines. He said that the company would continue to work with local government and healthcare professionals to open the parks responsibly. He added that when the parks reopened, the first attraction he'll ride will be Pirates of the Caribbean. In October 2020, Chapek agreed to keep Disney World at only 25% capacity until the CDC issued new guidance, and also stated that with regards to reopening Disneyland in California, "It's not much of a negotiation. It's pretty much a mandate that we stay closed."
Kevin A. Mayer  Senior EVP & Chief Strategy officer
Kevin A. Mayer
Senior EVP & Chief Strategy officer
Mr. Kevin A. Mayer is Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of The Walt Disney Company (???Disney???). Mr. Mayer served as Executive Vice President, Corporate Strategy and Business Development. Mr. Mayer rejoined Disney from L.E.K. Consulting LLC (???L.E.K.???), where he was a Partner and Head of the Global Media and Entertainment practice. Prior to L.E.K., Mr. Mayer held leading positions at interactive and Internet businesses, including Chairman and CEO of Clear Channel Interactive. Mr. Mayer first joined Disney in 1993 as Manager, Strategic Planning. Later, he became Executive Vice President of the Internet group. Mr. Mayer received his M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1990, and holds an M.S.E.E. from San Diego State University and a B.S.M.E. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Alan N. Braverman  Senior Executive VP, General Counsel & Secretary
Alan N. Braverman
Senior Executive VP, General Counsel & Secretary
Mr. Alan N. Braverman has been Executive Vice President and General Counsel of The Walt Disney Company in January 2003 and serves as its Secretary. Mr. Braverman serves as the Chief Legal Officer of The Walt Disney Company and oversees its team of attorneys responsible for all aspects of Disney's legal affairs around the world. Previously, Mr. Braverman was Executive Vice President and General Counsel, ABC, Inc. and Deputy General Counsel, The Walt Disney Company. In that capacity he oversaw the legal affairs of the ABC Broadcast Group, ESPN and Disney/ABC Cable, as well as labor relations. In August 1996, prior to Disney's acquisition of ABC, Inc., he was named Senior Vice President and General Counsel, ABC, Inc. In October 1994, he was promoted to Vice President and General Counsel. He joined ABC, Inc. in November 1993, as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel. In his positions with ABC, Inc. Mr. Braverman had broad responsibilities for the operation of the legal department, for government relations and for the Corporation's legal affairs. During his tenure at ABC, Inc. Mr. Braverman joined Capital Cities/ABC, Inc. from the Washington, D.C. law firm of Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, where he started in 1976. He became a Partner in 1983, specializing in complex commercial and administrative litigation. Before joining Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, Mr. Braverman was a Law Clerk to the Honorable Thomas W. Pomeroy, Jr., Justice, Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Mr. Braverman received a B.A. degree from Brandeis University in 1969 and subsequently worked for two years as a Vista volunteer in Gary, Indiana. In 1975, he received a J.D. degree summa cum laude from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he was also Editor-In-Chief of the Law Review.
John Idler  President of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago and General Manager of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago
John Idler
President of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago and General Manager of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago
Mr. John Idler has been President of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago and General Manager of WLS-TV (ABC) Chicago at The Walt Disney Company since June 5, 2012. Mr. Idler has been the President and General Manager of WLS Television, Inc. since June 5, 2012.
Stanley Cheung  Chairman of Twdc Greater China
Stanley Cheung
Chairman of Twdc Greater China
Mr. Stanley Cheung has been Managing Director of The Walt Disney Company (China) at The Walt Disney Company since December 2004. Mr. Cheung is responsible for driving the TWDC's strategy, coordinating all of Disney's business efforts in China, including overseeing Disney's global brands in the market, expanding existing businesses and seeking out new business opportunities. He joined Disney from Johnson & Johnson (China) Limited, the consumer arm of J&J businesses in China, where he served as Managing Director. While there, Mr. Cheung led J&J's business growth through product line extensions, new product introductions and distribution expansion. From 1996-2001, Mr. Cheung worked for The Pillsbury Company out of Shanghai, serving in a series of positions of increasing responsibilities, culminating in the position of Managing Director, North Asia. During this period, Mr. Cheung successfully developed Pillsbury companies in China and Hong Kong into thriving businesses with leading brands like Haagen Dazs ice cream and WanChai Ferry Chinese dumplings. He also restructured various aspects of Pillsbury's Taiwan and Korea businesses to reinvigorate growth. Previously, Mr. Cheung worked for the China Division of Pepsi-Cola International (PCI) in various positions. While there, he forged ahead the start up of PCI's business in the Sichuan province, led the bottling operations in Guangzhou as General Manager and expanded PCI's distribution in second tier cities, including Changsha, Jinan and Shijiazhuang. Mr. Cheung began his career with Proctor & Gamble, gaining experience in both the finance and brand management arenas. He spent a total of more than nine years in Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and China covering various positions. Mr. Cheung holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Master of Business Administration from Indiana University in USA. He is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Adam Sanderson  Head of D23
Adam Sanderson
Head of D23
Mr. Adam Sanderson serves as Head of D23 at The Walt Disney Company. At The Walt Disney, Mr. Sanderson oversees D23: The Official Disney Fan Club, Disney Corporate Creative Resources and the Walt Disney Archives. Mr. Sanderson served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at The Walt Disney Company since January 8, 2014. A 17-year Disney veteran, he served as Senior Vice President of Franchise Management at Disney/ABC Television Group, where he was responsible for launching, building and sustaining franchises for Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Radio Disney, ABC Family, ABC Entertainment Group and ABC Daytime. Previously, Mr. Sanderson served as Senior Vice President of Brand Marketing at Disney Channels Worldwide, helping to build High School Musical, Hannah Montana and Disney Junior into franchise successes and managing all synergy initiatives.
Elissa Margolis  Senior Vice President & Enterprise Social Responsibility
Elissa Margolis
Senior Vice President & Enterprise Social Responsibility
Ms. Elissa Margolis has been Senior Vice President & Enterprise Social Responsibility of The Walt Disney Company since August 14, 2017. Ms. Margolis design and implement a global social responsibility strategy, encompassing all philanthropic, environmental and signature social responsibility programs across The Walt Disney Company. She served as Senior Vice President & General Manager for Disney Store North America, part of Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media. She was with the retail organization for nine years and was instrumental in helping evolve the business through both brick and mortar and e-commerce channels. Additionally, she serves on the board of MEND, an organization that offers food, clothing, medical, eye care, dental and education and training services for those in need and in the past has volunteered to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS prevention in local communities.
Zenia B. Mucha  Chief Communications Officer & Senior EVP
Zenia B. Mucha
Chief Communications Officer & Senior EVP
Ms. Zenia B. Mucha serves as the Chief Communications Officer at The Walt Disney Company and has been its Senior Executive Vice President since September 5, 2017. She is the Chief Communications Officer and Executive Vice President of The Walt Disney Company at Disney Destinations, LLC. Ms. Mucha served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at ABC, Inc. She served as Executive Vice President of The Walt Disney Company at Disney Destinations, LLC until September 5, 2017 and Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications at The Walt Disney Company since May 2002. Previously, she served as Senior Vice President of Communications, for the ABC Broadcast Group and the ABC Television Network Since February 2001. Ms. Mucha oversaw the development, implementation and oversight of internal and external communications for the ABC Broadcast Group, the ABC Television Network and other ABC divisions. She also supervised various other activities, such as public service campaigns, audience information, internal publications and the ABC Foundation. She managed Senator D'Amato's two successful re-election campaigns, in 1986 and 1992. Ms. Mucha served as Director of NYC2012, Inc.
John Lasseter  Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney & Pixar Animation Studios
John Lasseter
Chief Creative Officer of Walt Disney & Pixar Animation Studios
Mr. John Lasseter serves as Chief Creative Officer and Principal Creative Advisor Of Walt Disney Imagineering Walt Disney Co. Mr. Lasseter served as its Creative Chief of Animation and Head of the Imagineering department of Parks and Resorts division since February 2006. Mr.Lasseter serves as Chief Creative Officer and Executive Vice President, Creative division of Pixar. He served as a Senior Creative Officer of Pixar. He launched his career as an animator at Disney in the 1980s. In addition to serving as head of all of Pixar's Animation Studios' films and projects as Executive Vice President, Creative, he directed Toy Story, (the first feature-length computer animated film), A Bug's Life and Toy Story 2. He most recently served as Executive Producer of Monsters Inc. He was in development on his fourth feature film, Cars. He directed the first computer-animated feature film, Toy Story, for which he received a Special Achievement Oscar?? and was nominated for Best Original Screenplay, the first animated film ever to receive an Oscar?? nomination for screenplay. Mr. Lasseter joined Lucasfilm's Computer Division in 1984 and was a founding member of Pixar when it was formed in February 1986. He spent five years as an animator at The Walt Disney Company, where he worked on such films as The Fox and the Hound and Mickey's Christmas Carol. He designed and animated the Stained Glass Knight character in the 1985 Steven Spielberg production, Young Sherlock Holmes. Mr.Lasseter has written and directed a number of short films and television commercials while at Pixar: Luxo Jr. (1986 Academy Award?? nominee), Red's Dream (1987), Tin Toy (1988 Academy Award?? Winner) and Knick Knack (1989). His very first award came at the age of five when he won $15.00 from the Model Grocery Market in Whittier, California for a crayon drawing of the Headless Horseman. He is a two-time Academy Award??-winning Director and animator. Mr. Lasseter earned his B.F.A. in film from the California Institute of the Arts where he produced two animated films, each winners of the student Academy Award?? for Animation: Lady and the Lamp in 1979 and Nightmare in 1980. In 2001, he was given an honorary doctorate degree from the American Film Institute.
Ben Sherwood  Co-Chairman of Disney Media Networks and President of Disney | ABC Television Group
Ben Sherwood
Co-Chairman of Disney Media Networks and President of Disney | ABC Television Group
Mr. Ben Sherwood has been the President of Disney/ABC International Television, Inc. and as Co-Chairman of Disney Media Networks since February 1, 2015. Mr. Sherwood served as Co-President at ABC News since December 2010 until January 2015 and served as its Co-President of Disney-ABC Television Group from March 24, 2014 to January 2015. Mr. Sherwood is responsible for all aspects of ABC News' broadcasts, including World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer, Nightline, Good Morning America, 20/20, Primetime and This Week with Christiane Amanpour. In addition, Mr. Sherwood oversees ABC News Radio, ABCNEWS.com, ABC News' satellite service, NewsOne and ABC News NOW. In January 2009, Mr. Sherwood Founded TheSurvivorsClub.org, an online resource center and support network for people surviving and thriving in the face of all kinds of adversity. Mr. Sherwood began to explore a career in journalism with student internships at KCET public television in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau and the CBS Evening News. Mr. Sherwood launched his journalistic career in earnest when he joined ABC News in 1989, serving as an investigative associate producer and producer for ABC News' PrimeTime Live with hosts Diane Sawyer and Sam Donaldson. During that time his investigative reports explored flaws in the secretive B-2 stealth bomber program, the dangers of unlicensed mental health practitioners and the unheralded risks of an overprescribed heart medication. In 1997 Mr. Sherwood joined NBC's Nightly News as broadcast producer responsible for In Depth reports, then Senior Producer and ultimately Senior Broadcast Producer, where he helped guide coverage of the September 11th attacks and the controversy in Florida surrounding the 2000 Presidential election. Mr. Sherwood returned to ABC News in April 2004 as Executive Producer of the network's award-winning morning program, Good Morning America. Mr. Sherwood serves as a Member of The Board of Directors of City Year (Los Angeles) and a Member of the Advisory Board of the Center for Public Integrity in Washington, DC. He is also a Member of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. During his tenure with the network, Mr. Sherwood guided GMA to the two most successful seasons in its history, while overseeing prize-winning coverage of the tsunami in Southeast Asia, the devastation of hurricane Katrina and the presidential election of 2004. Over the years, Mr. Sherwood's journalism and non-fiction essays have been published in many respected publications, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, New Republic, Washington Monthly, Parade and O magazine. He is also the author of two critically acclaimed best-selling novels: The Man Who Ate the 747 (2000) and The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud (2004). His fiction has been published around the world. In July 2010, The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud was adapted as a feature film starring Zac Efron and was released by Universal Pictures under the title Charlie St. Cloud. The Man Who Ate the 747 is also being developed as a major motion picture and Broadway musical. Mr. Sherwood's latest book, The Survivors Club, is a non-fiction exploration of the science and secrets of who bounces back from everyday adversity and who doesn't; who beats life-threatening disease and who succumbs; and who triumphs after economic hardship and who surrenders. The book became an instant New York Times bestseller and has been featured widely in print and on television. He is a graduate of Harvard College in 1986, Mr. Sherwood earned an AB degree in American government and history. From 1986 to 1989, as a Rhodes Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, he earned masters degrees in British imperial history and development economics.

Líderes de recursos humanos

Nombre y Titulo
Bio
Mary Jayne Parker  Senior Executive VP & Chief Human Resources Officer
Mary Jayne Parker
Senior Executive VP & Chief Human Resources Officer
Ms. Mary Jayne Parker has been Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer for The Walt Disney Company since September 1, 2009 and is responsible for areas that include leading Disney's overall human resources strategy including global talent attraction, staffing and retention, leadership development, diversity, organizational design and cultural development, employee education and development, compensation and benefits and employee relations. Ms. Parker served as the Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Diversity and Inclusion for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts worldwide. Ms. Parker began her Disney career in 1988, developing the programs that became a part of the Disney Institute. Over the next 20 years, she took on positions of increasing responsibility, including Manager and Director of Disney University, Director and Vice President of Organization Improvement and Vice President of Organization and Professional Development. Prior to joining Disney, Ms. Parker was a Consultant with Wilson Learning Corporation, where she was responsible for designing and developing media-based programs and management development seminars for education and assessment. During that time, products she developed were awarded first and second place by the International Television & Video Association. Ms. Parker is a Member of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) and has held positions with the ASTD Instructional Technology (IT) PPA Executive Committee. She has also assisted in the design of several ASTD National Conventions. In addition, Ms. Parker is a Member of The Conference Board's Council for Division Leaders-Human Resources. Ms. Parker holds degrees in communications and education, a master's in instruction design and technology and an M.B.A., all from the University of Central Florida.
Leonard Grossi  vice president, people insights
Leonard Grossi
vice president, people insights
Leonard Grossi serves as the vice president, people insights of .
Sandy Grant  Director Human Resources
Sandy Grant
Director Human Resources
Sandy Grant serves as the Director Human Resources of .
Tyson Tinsley  Director, Advanced Analytics & People Insights
Tyson Tinsley
Director, Advanced Analytics & People Insights
Tyson Tinsley serves as the Director, Advanced Analytics & People Insights of .
Shane Dolan  Manager, People Insights - Enterprise Strategy Lab
Shane Dolan
Manager, People Insights - Enterprise Strategy Lab
Shane Dolan serves as the Manager, People Insights - Enterprise Strategy Lab of .
Marge Randolph  Sr VP, Human Resources
Marge Randolph
Sr VP, Human Resources
Marge Randolph serves as the Sr VP, Human Resources of The Walt Disney Studios. Marge currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Karmen Fox  Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner & Talent Acquistion
Karmen Fox
Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner & Talent Acquistion
Karmen Fox serves as the Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner & Talent Acquistion of The Walt Disney Studios. Karmen started at The Walt Disney Studios in April of 2012. Karmen currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Taylor Massey  Director, Diversity & Inclusion - People and Culture
Taylor Massey
Director, Diversity & Inclusion - People and Culture
Taylor Massey serves as the Director, Diversity & Inclusion - People and Culture of The Walt Disney Studios. Taylor started at The Walt Disney Studios in October of 2018. Taylor currently resides in the Orange County, California Area.
Linda Lampley-Ike  Learning, Talent Management, and Diversity & Inclusion Specialist
Linda Lampley-Ike
Learning, Talent Management, and Diversity & Inclusion Specialist
Linda Lampley-Ike serves as the Learning, Talent Management, and Diversity & Inclusion Specialist of The Walt Disney Studios. Linda started at The Walt Disney Studios in August of 2016. Linda currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Annie Romas  Director Enterprise Technology Talent Strategy & Talent Acquisition
Annie Romas
Director Enterprise Technology Talent Strategy & Talent Acquisition
Annie Romas serves as the Director Enterprise Technology Talent Strategy & Talent Acquisition of The Walt Disney Company. Annie currently resides in the Greater Seattle Area.
Rod Wingfield  Director Global Diversity & Inclusion
Rod Wingfield
Director Global Diversity & Inclusion
Rod Wingfield serves as the Director Global Diversity & Inclusion of The Walt Disney Company. Rod currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Richard Dean  Director, Connected Experiences, HR Strategy Lab
Richard Dean
Director, Connected Experiences, HR Strategy Lab
Richard Dean serves as the Director, Connected Experiences, HR Strategy Lab of The Walt Disney Company. Richard currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Rubiena Duarte  Director, Diversity & Inclusion
Rubiena Duarte
Director, Diversity & Inclusion
Rubiena Duarte serves as the Director, Diversity & Inclusion of The Walt Disney Company. Rubiena currently resides in the United States.
Belinda Frazier  Director, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion - Workplace Culture
Belinda Frazier
Director, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion - Workplace Culture
Belinda Frazier serves as the Director, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion - Workplace Culture of The Walt Disney Company. Belinda currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Susan Kramer  Director, Enterprise HRIS
Susan Kramer
Director, Enterprise HRIS
Susan Kramer serves as the Director, Enterprise HRIS of The Walt Disney Company. Susan currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Bonnie Ross  Director, Enterprise Learning and Talent Projects
Bonnie Ross
Director, Enterprise Learning and Talent Projects
Bonnie Ross serves as the Director, Enterprise Learning and Talent Projects of The Walt Disney Company. Bonnie currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Kristi Wawro  Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition & Talent Sourcing at The Walt Disney Company
Kristi Wawro
Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition & Talent Sourcing at The Walt Disney Company
Kristi Wawro serves as the Director, Enterprise Talent Acquisition & Talent Sourcing at The Walt Disney Company of The Walt Disney Company. Kristi currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Jean Gallagher  Director, Regulatory and Business Development, Global Human Resources Operations
Jean Gallagher
Director, Regulatory and Business Development, Global Human Resources Operations
Jean Gallagher serves as the Director, Regulatory and Business Development, Global Human Resources Operations of The Walt Disney Company. Jean currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Barbara Wachsman  Director, Strategy & Engagement, Enterprise Benefits
Barbara Wachsman
Director, Strategy & Engagement, Enterprise Benefits
Barbara Wachsman serves as the Director, Strategy & Engagement, Enterprise Benefits of The Walt Disney Company. Barbara currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Samim Sadrzadeh  Director, Talent Strategy & Influencer Marketing
Samim Sadrzadeh
Director, Talent Strategy & Influencer Marketing
Samim Sadrzadeh serves as the Director, Talent Strategy & Influencer Marketing of The Walt Disney Company. Samim currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Kristi Holgren  Director, TWDC Talent Acquisition Process and Infrastructure
Kristi Holgren
Director, TWDC Talent Acquisition Process and Infrastructure
Kristi Holgren serves as the Director, TWDC Talent Acquisition Process and Infrastructure of The Walt Disney Company. Kristi currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Keith Morris  Diversity & Inclusion Manager
Keith Morris
Diversity & Inclusion Manager
Keith Morris serves as the Diversity & Inclusion Manager of The Walt Disney Company. Keith currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Michael Poe  Diversity & Inclusion Manager - Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
Michael Poe
Diversity & Inclusion Manager - Disney Parks, Experiences and Products
Michael Poe serves as the Diversity & Inclusion Manager - Disney Parks, Experiences and Products of The Walt Disney Company. Michael currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Stefani Wlaschin  Diversity & Inclusion Talent Development Project Manager
Stefani Wlaschin
Diversity & Inclusion Talent Development Project Manager
Stefani Wlaschin serves as the Diversity & Inclusion Talent Development Project Manager of The Walt Disney Company. Stefani currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Sally Childers  ENTERPRISE SENIOR MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES / TALENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Sally Childers
ENTERPRISE SENIOR MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES / TALENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Sally Childers serves as the ENTERPRISE SENIOR MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES / TALENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS of The Walt Disney Company. Sally currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Rita Kapadia  Manager, Diversity & Inclusion
Rita Kapadia
Manager, Diversity & Inclusion
Rita Kapadia serves as the Manager, Diversity & Inclusion of The Walt Disney Company. Rita currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Blanca Aguirre  Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Community Engagement
Blanca Aguirre
Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Community Engagement
Blanca Aguirre serves as the Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Community Engagement of The Walt Disney Company. Blanca currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Brian Walker  Manager, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion
Brian Walker
Manager, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion
Brian Walker serves as the Manager, Enterprise Diversity & Inclusion of The Walt Disney Company. Brian currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
Liz Mangini  Marketing Director, Talent Acquisition Marketing
Liz Mangini
Marketing Director, Talent Acquisition Marketing
Liz Mangini serves as the Marketing Director, Talent Acquisition Marketing of The Walt Disney Company. Liz currently resides in the Orlando, Florida Area.
Jorge Rosas  Senior HR Director, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellness ESPN
Jorge Rosas
Senior HR Director, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellness ESPN
Jorge Rosas serves as the Senior HR Director, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Wellness ESPN of The Walt Disney Company. Jorge currently resides in the Greater New York City Area.

The Walt Disney Company Opiniones de empleados

Revisiones positivas
71%
71%
29%
Retroalimentación constructiva
29%

Comentarios positivos de los empleados

¿Qué son algunas de las mejores cosas de tu equipo?

Trust, communication, honesty, fun, professional

Revisión de Equipo · Publicado hace 6 días
¿Qué es lo que más te gusta de tu equipo directivo?

It's dependent on do many things, hard to say. Trust.

Revisión de Liderazgo/Directiva · Publicado hace 6 días
¿Qué es lo mejor de tu paquéte de compensación?

Paid vacation, education and insurance

Revisión de Compensación · Publicado hace un mes

Retroalimentación constructiva de los empleados

¿Por qué te sientes menospreciado y que podría hacerte sentir mejor sobre tu compensación?

Hard to say, needs to think about

Revisión de Compensación · Publicado hace 6 días
¿Qué mejorarías en el proceso de entrevistas de tu empresa?

Improve bias in the system.

Revisión de · Publicado hace un mes
¿Qué va mal y cómo puede mejorarse?

Bad press on CEO and missteps with leadership team.

Revisión de Sentimiento · Publicado hace un mes
Un día en la vida
Un día en la vida
The Walt Disney Company los empleados generalmente trabajan 8.8 horas al día
Horas laborales
Un día en la vida
Empleados en The Walt Disney Company reportan que el ritmo de trabajo es cómodamente rapido
Ritmo de trabajo
Un día en la vida
En un día típico, los empleados de The Walt Disney Company tienen 1 reunion
Juntas
Un día en la vida
87% of The Walt Disney Company Los empleados esperan interactuar con su equipo todos los días
Compañeros de trabajo
Un día en la vida
The Walt Disney Company los empleados amenudo toman 20-30 Vacaciones pagas y días de enfermedad cada año
Ventajas y beneficios
Un día en la vida
76% of The Walt Disney Company Los empleados informan que están contentos con el equilibrio de su vida laboral
Equilibrio trabajo-vida
Un día en la vida
Los empleados de The Walt Disney Company suelen recibir comentarios valiosos sobre cómo mejorar en el trabajo una vez al mes
Realimentación
Un día en la vida
77% of The Walt Disney Company los empleados llaman su ambiente de trabajo positivo
Ambiente

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Preguntas y respuestas anónimas de Empleados The Walt Disney Company

Preguntas y respuestas más recientes

Mejor
50%

Puntuación de Liderazgo

En el 50% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en los EUA

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68
de 100
¿Calificación de ejecutivos?
68
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¿Calificación del CEO?
71
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¿Calificación del supervisor?
Bajo
45%

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En el 45% Bajo de empresas de tamaño similar en los EUA

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35%

Puntuación del Equipo

En el 35% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en los EUA

Tendencia al alzaLa Puntuación de esta categoría ha mostrado una tendencia al alza del % desde el mes pasado
¿Interacción con colegas?
78
de 100
¿Calidad de colegas?
Mejor
15%

Puntuación del Entorno

En el 15% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en los EUA

Tendencia al alzaLa Puntuación de esta categoría ha mostrado una tendencia al alza del 1% desde el mes pasado
7 o menos
14%
8
50%
10
25%
12
6%
Mas de 12
5%
¿Horas de trabajo por día?
Extremadamente rápido
31%
Cómodamente rapido
37%
Moderado
24%
Un poco lento
3%
Burocrático
5%
¿Ritmo de trabajo?
Positivo
77%
Negativo
23%
¿Ambiente positivo de trabajo?
Mejor
5%

Puntuación de la Vista Futura

En el 5% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en los EUA

Tendencia al alzaLa Puntuación de esta categoría ha mostrado una tendencia al alza del % desde el mes pasado
85
de 100
¿Perspectivas Futuras?
Fantástico
68%
Bueno
24%
Neutral
7%
Malo
1%
Terrible
0%
¿Percepción del cliente?
¿Entusiasmado de ir a trabajar?

The Walt Disney Company Visa H1B

En 2019, The Walt Disney Company aplico para 68 Visas H1B. De los permisos de trabajo solicitados, 76% fueron aprobados.

Resultado de la solicitud de permiso de trabajo

The Walt Disney Company tiene un total de 185000 empleados

68
Total Aplicado
  • 76% Concedido (52 de 68)
  • 1% Negado (1 de 68)
  • 0% Retirado La solicitud fue retirada por el empleador antes de la aprobación / rechazo ( de 68)
  • 22% Certificado-retirado La solicitud fue aprobada pero luego retirada por el empleador. (15 de 68)

Estos datos se calcularon utilizando datos de fuentes de rendimiento de OFLC.

Puntuación de Género Qué tan positivamente califican las mujeres su experiencia en general en The Walt Disney Company

Mejor
35%

Actualmente, The Walt Disney Company se encuentra en el 35% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en Comparably

Puntuación de Diversidad Qué tan positivamente califican las minorías su experiencia en general en The Walt Disney Company

Mejor
30%

Actualmente, The Walt Disney Company se encuentra en el 30% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en Comparably

eNPS

Net Promoter Score monitorea el Puntuación general de tus empleados a esta pregunta: "En una escala del 1 al 10, ¿Qué probabilidad hay de que recomiendes a un amigo de trabajar en tu empresa?"
Mejor 30%30% Mejor de empresas de tamaño similar en Comparably
20
Puntuación eNPS
47%Promoters
26%Passives
27%Detractors

The Walt Disney Company Video de cultura

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Video de competidores de The Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company Competidores

  1. 1st
    Twenty-First Century Fox
    74 / 100
  2. 2nd
    NBCUniversal
    72 / 100
  3. 3rd
    Comcast
    71 / 100
  4. 4th
    The Walt Disney Company
    71 / 100
  5. 5th
    Six Flags
    69 / 100

Beneficios y beneficios

Salud y bienestar
Seguro dental
Tiempo libre pagado
PTO / Política de vacaciones

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