"I interned with NBCUniversal and my time there was beneficial and productive. The environment was laid back, the employees were friendly and helpful, and my supervisor did well at her position, in my opinion. The work could get tedious and lacked in challenging myself. However, it was a good experience all around."
"Not much to complain about."
"I worked as a Freelancer for NBCUniversal for nine months and made many connections and learned an immense amount of knowledge and skills from working there."
"I've worked at WCAU since 2016. Most of the time, I felt valued, but my biggest drawback is the difficulty in moving up within the company. As someone who doesn't like to be pigeonholed and looks for challenges, this was a problem."
"I work for a global company with hundreds of thousands of employees but they always make sure I feel valued as a employee. They are a innovative company ."
"During my time at USH, I have had the ability to gain new experience and grow professionally. the company culture is what sets USH apart and I would recommend anyone who has the drive to succeed to apply and launch their career."
"I have been with NBC for over 5 years in have worked in various capacities. I understand the full picture of how a large scale company brings programs to life on all sides of the fence: most importantly, from the perspective of the brand and the consumer. I am a dedicated manager, leading with enthusiasm and encouraging autonomy and ownership from my direct reports."
"NBC Universal is a part of a much larger company and as such, might not be able to do the risks needed to produce "new" and fresh content, but, regardless of that as a measure, the working space was good"
"I have work for the company for approximately twelve years, and it has provided me with tremendous professional growth. It is a great company."
"I started working at Universal Studios Hollywood in 2018 and have been lucky to be exposed to many exciting projects. I feel there are many parts of the business you can get exposed to outside of just the one you are in which is great. It's been tough to figure out a career path forward when working there, especially after a recent reorganization."
"I worked for NBC Universal in 2019 as a hired contractor. I reported directly to the Vice President of technology. I worked closely with construction, design, and IT teams to help build NBC Universal and Telemundo buildings across Southwest America. This was a fast-paced position that required a high attention to detail and logistics and management skills."
"This was my own company, so it would not be applicable"
"A company with great people. The environment is fun with a good balance between work and life. However, it is extremely difficult to grow with no career development opportunities. It is political. You have to know people or just know how to talk the talk. Job responsibilities don't align with job descriptions and what you were hired to do."
"Trusted with ownership & accountability, ability to mold my role/team. Open communication management style."
"I've only worked for NBC. I think there is a lot of positives about the company but there is a big learning curve."
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