Netflix

Working at Netflix: Company Overview and Reviews

Netflix
Netflix
3.8
500 reviews
Netflix Ratings
3.8
Average rating of 500 reviews on Indeed
3.6Work-Life Balance
4.0Pay & Benefits
3.1Job Security & Advancement
3.5Management
3.8Culture
Headquarter
Los Gatos California, United States
Employee
5,001 to 10,000
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Media, News and Publishing

Popular jobs at Netflix

 Average SalarySalary Range
Senior Software Engineer
2 Salaries reported
$105.00
per hour
$52.50-$200.00
Customer Service Representative
4 Salaries reported
$14.50
per hour
$7.25-$21.75
Administrative Assistant
20 Salaries reported
$16.20
per hour
$7.45-$27.25
Customer Support Representative
4 Salaries reported
$14.50
per hour
$7.25-$21.75
Data Engineer
2 Salaries reported
$190,000
per year
$95,000-$285,000
Salary Satisfaction
84%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 296 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at Netflix

2.0
Customer Service Representative | Denver, CO | Jun 20, 2019
Hard to move up
I learned how to talk with customers Culture has its flaws Management only cares about the clients lack of pay I enjoyed helping people Slow advancement
ProsFlexibility
ConsHighschool environment
4.0
Freelance Consultant | Santa Monica, CA | Jun 8, 2018
N/a
I was only a freelance consultant for a production documentary project for Netflix. However, all interaction I had was positive and taught me different skills.
3.0
Marketing Consultant | Beverly Hills, CA | May 23, 2018
An innovative company with high rates of burn out
It's an entertainment company. It's a technology company. It's both, which leads to great things and terrible things. They pay well and have a compelling product.
4.0
Material Handler | Bloomfield, CT | Jul 2, 2018
Great place to learn how to carry out ur task
Netflix was a fun place to work at first but one of my senior supervisor wasn't fun to work with at times but you its your job to get sum done ..so basically that's wat I did get to work make sure I get whatever task was assign to me done
ProsIn the summer time we had cookout on the job & chrismas dinner
ConsNo
5.0
Sorter | Albuquerque, NM | Aug 13, 2018
I loved being at work
Work began for me at 4:00 am and concluded at around 10:00am or 11:00am. Management was excellent. It was hard to leave this job, but they invented a machine to replace us all.
ProsGreat work hours
5.0
Senior Operations Manager | Salt Lake City, UT | Dec 9, 2019
One of the best cultures I have ever had the pleasure to work in
Netflix is amazing! I loved the culture, the energy, the people, and miss it everyday. More companies need to take Netflix's lead when it comes to culture.
4.0
Shipping Coordinator | Hollywood, CA | Aug 20, 2019
No comment
A great Company to work for, but it like a revolving door you never no when they will let you go. Also the FTE play favorite with who they no. and the contractor are not treated the same, but they do have great perks for all employees where breakfast and lunch is served for free. But there feedback policy is no good at all and you have to question the culture vision.
1.0
Senior Customer Service Representative | Aurora, CO | Mar 16, 2020
Netflix outsourced their customer service to the Philippines and layed off tons.
It was a decent job until it was outsourced to the Philippines, which made me lose all respect for the people at Netflix. Netflix is more concerned about profits than they are about helping their country of origin.
ProsNone.
ConsOutsourced thousands of jobs
4.0
Customer Service Representative | Salt Lake City, UT | Oct 21, 2019
Productive Workplace
The Workplace was Absolutely Admirable and then 24/7 Intouch took over and eventually closed the Salt Lake City, Utah Site. Lost all benefits and had to learn new takeover company systems. All co-workers began quitting and becoming hostile towards all co-workers. Had amazing insurance at first, amazing events, Prize giveaways, Best Supervisors ever.
5.0
Quality Assurance Analyst | Salt Lake City, UT | Sep 6, 2019
Developing Leaders Everyday
I learned more about how to conduct myself as a leader, and grow to accept feedback, how to be more inclusive. How to speak and write better, and overall how to be a true professional in the workplace thanks to being surrounded by such excellent leaders.
ProsFree Netflix!!!
ConsManaging time off as you climb the management ladder.

Questions And Answers about Netflix

If you were in charge, what would you do to make Netflix a better place to work?
Asked Dec 21, 2016
Netflix is so amazing, the little details they even exceed at growth. I'd have to say an opportunity they have is giving a sample video of what the job is about, it's complex in some areas.
Answered Nov 16, 2019
Need to be working at least 6 months before a decision could be made. Otherwise I'd definitely get feed back from long-term employees after all they're the backbone of any company. Needs a friendly equal atmosphere, ie:approachable management + staff. Incentives is always a good start too.
Answered Nov 20, 2018
On average, how many hours do you work a day at Netflix?
Asked Nov 26, 2016
8+ hours when needed
Answered Nov 3, 2018
9 hours or more if that is whst it takes
Answered May 31, 2018
Did they drug test?
Asked Apr 19, 2016
No- if they did they wouldn’t have any employees including supervisors and upper management
Answered Aug 31, 2018
No there was no mention of one.
Answered Jun 28, 2017
Do you work from home?
Asked Apr 2, 2018
No i do a regular job
Answered Jan 7, 2019
Netflix does not offer a work from home program
Answered May 13, 2018
What are the hours for training? And is it a full two weeks?
Asked Oct 9, 2017
Hours for training differ from the shift you are going for. It is 2 weeks with mandatory attendance.
Answered Jan 7, 2018
It is a full two weeks, it is paid as well. The training teachers are amazing, they definitely are solid teachers and make it fun. First week is all class based days/practice. Some days may end early but it depends on the class hours you get really. The second week is starting on the phone and class/practice. Same things depends on your training class you get.
Answered Nov 17, 2017