Security Officer (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 1, 2015
A company that values me as an excellent employee. I am up for possible promotion as a Shift Supervisor for the Overnight Shift. Here I train other Officers on CCTV operation, patrols, computer usage, writing reports, checking workers, clients, and visitors through various check points, and checking vehicles entering Loading Docks and Event Lots, and etc.
Director of Human Resources (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – July 7, 2015
Management is great to work with and have great collaboration. Company is fairly young and have some building to do with regard to policies and procedures. Enjoy the partnerships I have established so far.
Guest Services (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 26, 2015
Working as a guest services employee is really fun it definitely keeps you on your toes. It will make you want to go to work. This is not a job that you will have as a career but its definitely a good job for the summer
I enjoyed working for AEG. Most days would be fun. But sometimes it would get hectic if the crowd was to rowdy. My coworkers were mostly easy to get along with. Management was not that good. I really enjoyed meeting and dealing with so many different people from around the world.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 31, 2015
AEG is an excellent company who values each of their employees no matter how seemingly menial their position. They treat everyone with respect and dignity and value each person's need to make ends meet.
Guest sevice rep (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 12, 2015
good shows, safe place for kids, and tourist. good food and music best work in town. love my coworkersand management is fun and friendly. love being able to smile and laugh in all the good times. free to be yourself. I love this place
Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, New York – October 2, 2014
I look forward to a typical work day because I know that I am going to have another learning experience weather it be good or bad. However more good than bad, I have learned how to communicate with all types of cultures and walks of life. While meeting and networking I gained knowledge and wisdom in the areas of entertainment. Management has done a great job in creating a family environment for our guest as well as employees. The hardest part of my job is dealing with guest who don't comply with the rules and regulations set forth for safety and disturbing other guest. The enjoyable part is again networking getting to see different celebrities in which we have no contact with, and most of all working side by side with co-workers who I adore and look forward to seeing each day.
Account Executive - Ticket Sales (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 8, 2014
micromanaged, high outbound phone activity, low pay, weekends and evenings, limited amount of event access, coworkers fun, close knit group, most enjoyable part of the job was having access to one of the largest entertainment venues in the world - LA Live.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 16, 2014
Although many may think an usher doesn't really handle a lot of stress. Well news flash they do, mainly because they are the first ones to handle the guests rude and unpleasant behavior. Having their authority undermined, and pushed around like walking replacements. Yes, it may seem that way but management and people in general should have some common respect for ushers the only thing that divides us the uniform and micromanaged authority over them. People lighten up its only a second of your time that we ask, just to see your Freakin' ticket!
Production Assistant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 4, 2014
My day starts early and ends late. I do a lot of driving , shopping, figuring out schedules for drivers . I carry/move equipment and I do production paperwork, Also I am responsible for multiple banks, for purchasing needs for different departments and different bands. And I also take care of Artist needs.