From time to time, we've shown you photos of some fun employee-exclusive activities that take place around the company on Disney Post, but I was a bit, well, “Sklar struck” today as I noticed a celebrity was in our midst during lunchtime on the Walt Disney Studios Lot.
Emergency preparedness and safety are highly valued here at Disney, so much so that a special award — the Disney Heroes Award — was introduced to recognize employees who save a life or prevent serious injuries.
Tonight, Cast Members get to show how much “Disney” they know in the form of a special trivia-based Q&A session followed by a two-hour scavenger hunt. This epic adventure, known as Minnie’s Moonlit Madness, is an annual event hosted at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California.
At Disney, we use technology every day to create better guest experiences and distribute our content. From data centers to user interface, technology is core to who we are as a company and it drives our businesses. So it’s no surprise that we’re always looking for opportunities to bring together the company’s technology experts to discuss what’s next in tech.
Today was a day filled with candy, contests, prizes and more on The Walt Disney Studios Lot in Burbank, and it wasn’t for a film or television shoot. It was the annual employee Halloween celebration, and one of many unique employees events.
The Walt Disney Company is known for supporting communities around the world. It also directly supports causes that matter most to its employees through Disney Employee Matching Gifts: A Program of The Walt Disney Company Foundation.
I recently heard how Tammie Bettinger, a senior research biologist at Disney's Animal Kingdom park at Walt Disney World, uses the program to match her contributions to two organizations in her field.