Working at Electronic Arts Inc.

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.1
  • Company Outlook
    3.9
  • Fair Pay
    2.7
  • Learning and Development
    3.2
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Transparency
    2.0
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Electronic Arts Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Electronic Arts Inc.?

Its a great place to work, they care for their employees.
Recruiter in Edmonton:
Pros: People, flexiable hours and remote work
Cons: salary
Demanding yet flexible.
Video Game Designer in San Francisco:
Pros: When deadlines are behind schedule, the flexibility of the company to push it back.
Cons: Interactions with a small select group of co-workers
A company in transition.
Senior Product Manager in Redwood City:
Pros: EA is in one of the most challenging but fun industries. The nature of the work attracts a lot of very unique people with a wonderful mix of artistic skills and varied world experiences.
Cons: In many groups there is a top down approach that does not allow for enough autonomy and trust. The leadership team is aging and often does not understand what the younger generation of employees value and desire from their work. It feels like the company is approaching the tipping point of a larger transition.
It depends on your team but overall the company takes care of us.
Video Game Producer in Redwood City:
Pros: Getting to work on games all day with other people who are passionate about creating games.
Cons: My team has some challenges with leadership
Large variety of technology at play.
Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco:
Pros: intersting problems to solve in all areas of tech, from simple (web apps), to complex GDPR, vote systems, SQL, no SQL, graphics engines
Cons: Sometimes your internal partner doesn't do the right thing. Going for the cheap solution may reduce avenues of growth.

Benefits

Retirement & Financial Benefits
401(k) Plan
Defined Contribution Pension Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance