A perfect place to find yourself and grow your potential
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Provincia di Roma, Lazio – 26 January 2018
WB is a company that allows you to grow, to improve themselves in a dynamic and competitive environment. WB is the market leader in the world, always maintaining high all the standards of efficiency of the company
Assistant Editor (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 3 October 2017
During my time at Warner Brothers I learnt about the post production technique. I was working with influential editors who helped me to gain an understanding in the key aspects of what made a film successful. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here.
Part time Visitor Host (Current Employee) – Herts, UK – 31 March 2017
This is a place where you will meet a lots friends and have a very good social life. The pay isn't brilliant but there are perks like free screenings, quiz nights etc. It looks good on your CV and there is a very good atmosphere.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Holborn, Greater London – 12 February 2017
Warner Bros Entertainment has been one of the hardest company's I have ever worked for. Although it was only a work experience I found it helped me gain so many skills. The management are brilliant and so are the staff.
while working for the company i have gained new skills such first aid, i have had experience working in other departments. the most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with guest and sharing my knowledge.
Good job for thoses who are intrested in working with the public
Children's Entertainer (Former Employee) – Stanhope – 11 June 2016
A typical day at work would be dancing on the polor express inweardale railway you learn many things such as two new dancer routines,songs and catering skills.You will work along sde many people young and old so you have a mixture of people you are working with. Hardest part of the job will be the hours noraml day starts at 9 and you wont be coming back till 10 apart from that its a lot of fun you will make a lot of friends on this journey.
Polar Express dancing chef performer (Former Employee) – weardale – 8 January 2015
A very enjoyable job from start to finish. I really enjoyed meeting people from all walks of life. My co-workers and the management were all brilliant and all really work as a team. The hardest part of the job was the late working hours leaving little family time available but the best part was making people of all ages smile and enjoy themselves.
actor (Former Employee) – Pinewood studios – 14 June 2014
Each day began at 6 am by meeting the coach that would take actors to the set. On set there would be a full breakfast served. we were on set for up to 8 hours a day, but were not always needed for scenes in the film. It was a very relaxed environment and all of my co-workers were happy to help with any problems. the hardest part of the job was to perfect a scene in the movie, there were sometimes up to 15 takes for a scene. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting celebrities such as Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson