Accounting Associates at Walt Disney Company give their company a 2.5 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Walt Disney Company is 4.0, making them 46% less happy than every other employee at Walt Disney Company and 36% less happy than every other Accounting Associate on CareerBliss - the happiest Accounting Associates work for Stanford University.
"I started my accounting career there, however, that is as far as most people get. Management is terrible in fairly evaluating employees for annual performance reviews. Most of them don't care about your career unless you're kissing a-- or making theirs look better. If you're not, then you are just another number to them and a cost to their bonus/budget. So you'll usually get an average rating of 3 (aka On Track). The corporate culture is terrible in Finance/Accounting, there is too much appearance and political BS you have to weave through just to get your job done and even if you outperform other co-workers, it doesn't matter unless you become some manager's or director's pet so they can promote you. Half of the promotions are handed down, because you're someone's friend/family member, favorite brainless pet, are perky, or you just talk too much nonsense and a manager believes it. The ones who work really hard are given a decent raise but typically wait years to see a promotion as opposed to those who just come in with some kind of leverage (unrelated to work performance or business ethics) and demand a promotion. Business Operations Department (Bus Ops) has a terrible culture of oppressing and intimidating the employees, especially hourly role workers, about not making a fuss, keeping unethical managerial methods silent, and not standing up or voicing concerns to higher levels of management. Revenue Operation managers are the same, and they have a terribly low morale among employees, some of it due to because of the same manager who is still there to this present day (2/25/15)."
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