Network Analyst/System Administrator (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – August 10, 2016
The management team is willing to work with you and help you adjust to changes in work/life balance. My supervisor and shift lead are always more than willing to answer any questions that I may have. Mentorship, teamwork and feedback within my shift is outstanding.
BEST company to get your foot in the door in the Entertainment industry.
Associate Counsel (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 4, 2017
I treat this job as basic training for legal work - you won't be paid anywhere near what your law school classmates are making, but you also won't burn out after one year like your law firm friends will. It's the best possible place to get your feet wet in the entertainment industry, especially as a lawyer.
While I was only there a short time, it was a great learning experience and a wonderful staff to work with across the board. They really get you involved, so you aren't just on the phones the entire time.
SAP QA Integration Tester, Finance and Treasury (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 9, 2016
I enjoyed the experience that obtained while employed IMG, the environment is what helped me realize that Qa Analyst is the career I want to be in, while working towards being a business analyst and expanding my knowledge in IT.
Model (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 23, 2016
I loved working as a model with IMG. Management was great, they were well connected and extremely knowledgeable of the business. I got to work with a diverse group of people in the fashion industry and my experience traveling to Europe and Australia was priceless in learning about different cultures. As a model you learn how to best present yourself in a way that will make you valuable to a brand's image. The hardest part of my job (and I think most models would agree) was waiting in lines for castings that were hours long and staying patient while waiting on set. As a model you learn that the end product is most important to the client and that you are only one part of the larger project. To be hired and rehired requires that you maintain a professional manner even when you've been standing all day on set or backstage. Successful models are team players. From my years of experience as a model I know how to keep my cool when problems arise or a job goes far overtime. I've always strived to maintain a good level of enthusiasm and graciousness.
Good compensation, comped travel expenses, travel
No salary so income not always consistent, inconsistent working conditions
Film Internship (Current Employee) – Soho, NY – August 20, 2015
Fun you sit at your desk and you work with directors and watch and learn the life of a director Co-Workers are fun to hang out with, always energetic! Hardest part isnt none, you just dont get paid.. Actors are the most enjoyable part!