Walt Disney CompanyThe Walt Disney Company, more commonly as Disney, is one of the most well known entertainment industries for its creativity and innovativeness that has impacted the world a number of ways we don’t realize. It has transformed a world of black and white to a world of magic, whimsy, and optimism. Since its early year, the Walt Disney Company has globalized becoming one of the world’s leading producers and providers of entertainment and information. While Disney is largely acknowledge for it positive aspects, it is rarely recognized for having any negative aspects. Its largely due to the fact that when one thinks of Disney it is most likely than not involved with happiness and hope, and hardly anyone is aware of the moments of controversy and criticism Disney had to undergo.The Cons Of DisneyAs stated before, people tend to forget that their company they so love and enjoy isn’t as perfect and virtuous as its depicted to be. Even though Disney strives to benefit the people in any way they can, there has been many scandals over the years. Starting from the very beginning, the very person that created the Walt Disney Company, Mr. Walt Disney himself was accused of being anti-Semitic, racist, and a “gender bigot.”It has been “read from a letter written by Disney in 1938 saying that he did not hire women for the jobs of animation and preferred on all male studio” (David, Recent Disney Controversies, Criticisms, and Scandals). Over the years, Disney has also had it fair share of animation scandals, a number of them being about sexual images in movies. For instance, in a scene of The Lion King viewer mistakenly thought they saw the word s-e-x spelled out in dust, or when in the original release of the Little Mermaid people claimed that the priest’s knee, in the wedding ceremony, was a male genitalia. “Other criticisms include the resemblance to male anatomy found in the architecture of the castle towers” (David, Recent Disney Controversies, Criticisms, and Scandals). While many people dream of the chance of going to Disneyland, or have already experienced a memorable visit to the theme park, working in Disneyland serves as an eye-opener and different experienced to the supposedly “wonderful” world of Disney. More often than not, it comes as a shock to the employees when the job the thought to be a dream job turns out to be the opposite of a dream. Working in Disneyland means you have to endure long hours for minimum wage that is hardly sustainable. To be more exact, cast members, the employees, “work 80 hours a week in a 120-degree costume for $6.90 an hour”(Meltzer, What I Learned Working 6 Years At The (Not So) Wonderful World Of Disney). What they do have a problem with is giving days off. In fact, “a woman who alerted Disney to her wedding nine months before it happened, and they gave her one day off. And it wasn’t even her wedding date. They told her you can either get married and quit, or work around our schedule”(Meltzer, What I Learned Working 6 Years At The (Not So) Wonderful World Of Disney). Another downside of working in Disney world is the fact that temperatures and humidity in Central Florida soar to uncomfortable levels, and many of the cast members wear heavy customs which their not allow to take off. The Pros of Disney One of the positive aspect of Disney it that it uses its platform to benefit our society in any way it can. It uses its influence by encouraging individuals to protect their environment. “At Disney, we are committed to using resources wisely and protecting the planet as we operate and grow our business. We conserve nature and inspire kids and families to join us in caring for our planet”(The Walt Disney Company). In fact, Disney is focusing on reducing emissions, water diversion, and water conservation. The Disney Conservation Fund emphasis Disney’s efforts to protect plant and animal life and help kids interact more with nature. Disney is a huge believer of philanthropy meaning they help their community by donating a generous amount of money to promote the welfare of others. “In 2016, Disney gave more than 400 million to nonprofit organizations helping kids, families, and communities in need through charitable cash giving, in-kind and product contributions, and public service announcements”(The Walt Disney Company).At Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, cast members annual pay increases if you keep working for the company. “Affordable healthcare insurance options, such as medical, dental and vision coverage, may be available for full-time positions, but for part-time positions limited medical plans may be available” (Disney Careers). If you love Disney, working at Disney is a huge benefit ,since it provides you with free admission. Although you are not free to roam around, you can still enjoy your time. It also provides you with discount of its many places.Works CitedDavid, L C. “Recent Disney Controversies, Criticisms, and Scandals.” ReelRundown, ReelRundown, 18 June 2016, reelrundown.com/animation/Recent-Disney-Scandals.Meltzer, Matt. “What I Learned Working 6 Years at the (Not So) Wonderful World of Disney.” Thrillist, Thrillist, 23 June 2016, www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/working-at-walt-disney-world-magic-kingdom-epcot.”Philanthropy – Charitable Giving, News, Volunteering.” The Walt Disney Company, thewaltdisneycompany.com/philanthropy/.”Benefits at Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.” Benefits, parksjobs.disneycareers.com/benefits.