Working at Gillette has taught me many good things, like dealing with patrons and how much walking I can handle. But the bad thing about Gillette is that it is NOT consistent shifts. You are given a yearly mandatory event schedule that you will work for about 12 hours each event. Keep in mind, this list is probably 15 events for the whole year. The rest of the time, you are basically waiting for a scheduling email from management who need pointless shifts filled. If you like standing on your feet for extended amounts of time, looking at an empty football field or the sky, then go ahead and apply, it's the perfect job for you.
I was also stalked by an employee working here which took a while to get away from. Did not report it because I am very confused on who my manager really is here. I am not biased because of this one employee, everyone who works here are creepy...
Gillette is a good organization to work for if you're higher up in the ranks.
You get to watch football games, concerts, etc.
Poor managerial skills by managers, creepy employees