Comcast is proud of its entrepreneurial culture. The company believes in cultivating knowledge for all employees as well as listening to ideas—whether entry-level or experienced. Mentor-mentee relationships are encouraged and fostered through Comcast’s Employee Resource Groups. By providing professional development and networking opportunities, Comcast is building the media and technology leaders of tomorrow.
The Comcast Center in Philadelphia is the tallest LEED certified building in the U.S.—and Comcast’s employees love its location in Philly’s Center City. Employees can enjoy a scenic stroll into work or a convenient commute via train into the Comcast building's station stop. From its amazing cafeteria to its breathtaking views, it's easy to see why Comcast’s employees are proud of their office.
“Doing well here means having a really good balance of a being a self-starter and a team player. It’s about thinking of a new way to do something, raising it as a possibility, and being given the green light to approach something in a way that makes the most sense.”
Senior Information Architect
“I love that Comcast has a really laid back culture. I can tell that my managers really care about me. There is work-life balance—and that’s what makes it a really good company.”