Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 27, 2017
Premier Exhibitions is a pretty cool gig when you're able to get along with other coworkers and management. you only get a short lived 10 minute break which is not enough time to put food in your belly and use the restroom in one period of time.
Employee (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 19, 2017
I've worked with premier for nearly 3 years. During this time I have seen nothing but a lack of true business skills. MAJOR lack in communication from every level. Incompetent management from my location as well as corporate level. They do not have a true passion for their exhibits. All they see is dollar signs, it's just a money making scheme. There's a reason they went bankrupt (again incompetent corporate management). Lack of passion for product presentation and no compassion towards employees and even guests. They will probably close all exhibits anyway as a tax write off. Word of advice DONT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY!
None worth mentioning
Lies, lack of communication, no passion for the exhibits themselves, poor management
General Manager (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – June 4, 2016
I absolutely loved my job. As a general manager you pretty much have free reign of the exhibit. The higher management is uncommunicative, with no sense of direction. You're basically thrown in and expected to excel.
Great for an entry-level management position
No job security, lack of communication from higher management
Ticket Operations-Venue Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 8, 2015
Upper Management not connected to the front line workers. Company about to complete a merger in late 2015 so not sure who will be left as the majority share holder has a similar company based in Vancouver, BC.
Medical Docent (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 6, 2015
Overall, Bodies/Titanic is a fun place to work, but I feel that the company does not consider fair compensation in regards to employees with experience and expertise. I feel that I am working for far less than I deserve. Also, the company does not offer opportunities for full time positions with benefits for those who have worked for the company for more than a year, with maximal experience. It is simply a high turn over job, in which the employees work hard with little to no appreciation from the big executives of the company. The managers are outstanding and do their best to give the hard working employees as many hours as they are allowed to.
looks good on my resume
10 minute breaks, no use of the hotel EDR, no vacations, no raises or pay increases, part-time only
Artifact specialist/Greeter/Photographer/Retail (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 15, 2014
I've learned so much in the 4 years I've been employed with this company. I've learned some medical information from bodies and quite a lot of history behind the titanic and about it. Most of my co-workers are very kind and helpful while others are a bit of a bully which make the work day a bit stressful. the hardest part of my job is dealing with customers who are very angry or upset but I can always manage to calm them down. I love my job because I get to share my knowledge with guests who walk through the Titanic exhibit its amazing how interested they actually are and the questions I often get.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta,Ga – January 19, 2014
dealing with over 2000 customers coming to attend the different exhibits . I learned how to upsell , great customer service skills , and how to make a customer feel at home.my co workers were very helpful anything I didn't understand they helped me figure out. the hardest part was the closing procedure people would always try to get in at the last minute before we take the last tour. Most enjoyable part was meeting people from different cultures and backgrounds
Greeter/Photographer/Retail (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 5, 2013
I worked at the Bodies and Titanic Exhibits at the Luxor for two years and two months. Despite the fact that I loved my coworkers, management treated us like we were completely expendable. There were absolutely no benefits. They listed every employee as "on-call" so the company would not have to provide health benefits or specific hours. After two years of coming in whenever they called me in and doing everything I could for my supervisors I asked for set days off and my hours started being cut. Overall, good if you just want to get by on basic wages, but if you actually want a company that gives you benefits or appreciates you at all do not work here! Easy job, decent wage, but everything else is terrible.
you can get your friends into the exhibits for free
General Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – May 23, 2012
I traveled every 4-6 months to various places running the exhibitions that showcased real human cadavers! I love working for Premier Exhibitions and I wish they did not close the traveling exhibitions!