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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment President Kevin Tsujihara
Kevin Tsujihara
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    A good one-time experience

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    Former Employee - Online Publicity in Burbank, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Online Publicity in Burbank, CA (US)

    I worked at Warner Bros. Home Entertainment as a contractor (less than a year)


    A household name in entertainment, WBHE is sure to boost any person's resume. Perks include access to surplus DVDs and screenings (provided you are full time and not contract), as well as a great gym, occasional star sightings, and surprisingly okay cafeteria food. They are quite accommodating with personal conflicts, kids, and sick days. Compensation is good.


    Prepare for a life of quiet cubicle work. However, if this is something you are accustomed to, this might not even be a con. Although they are fierce to being on the cutting edge of something new and amazing, legal issues and office politics make it impossible to stay current and creative. Office politics in general made the office tense more often than not, and made meetings and interactions with higher ups uncomfortable.

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    There should be more of an effort to help employees feel like a team instead of competing against each other. I saw this across multiple departments. Maybe fostering a more relaxed environment would increase morale across the board.

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