... company to work for -- or so says Fortune magazine.
It reported the studio was voted the 10th best company to work for in this article, explaining some of the reasons for the company's popularity:
Employees get star treatment when they work at the film studios, which include a full breakfast and lunch for free. On top of that, workers can also go to free movie screenings, company parties, yoga and art classes.
Film students looking to work at DreamWorks Animation Studio are sure to find an amazing career experience and according to Yahoo, everyone is given the opportunity to pitch movie ideas to studio executives. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the studio by providing the strength of the collective voice to the artists and keeping the seamless cloak of health and pension benefits over their corner of Glendale.
As a bonus, CEO Jefferey Katzenberg will call up candidates and encourage them to stop by. ...
It's kinda nice that Dreamworks reaches those accolades while delivering entertaining and profitable cinematic experiences. And they work under a bunch of labor agreements, too. (How is that possible?)