College Marketing Representative (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 19, 2017
I loved my position at WMG! It was hard work, but I truly enjoyed the people and the experiences so much. The pay was not great, as it was minimum wage. But for the experience gained and the opportunities it has given me, I wouldn't trade it for anything! My bosses and co-workers were amazing, helpful and supportive. I encourage anyone interested in the music industry to go for this position!
Free concerts, great for networking, tons of opportunities
An office with that sets high importance on work/life balance
Digital Accounts & Revenue Development (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 25, 2017
The overall atmosphere at the office is great. Work/life balance is of high importance to the company. Easy-going but highly motivated individuals who are pushing to keep the music industry alive and well. Focusing on all opportunities that involve music at the center of distribution at Warner Music.
Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 23, 2017
I was given great hands on experience and learned a lot in digital management, even without prior experience or knowledge. I genuinely felt involved and contributed a lot during the short time of my internship.
Global Project Manager (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 9, 2016
Experienced Project Manager with over 6 years experience using Agile methodology. Scrum Master Certified using JIRA and Confluence I have built and delivered multiple business and consumer facing Enterprise systems and B2B websites
Flexibility in work hours and very friendly environment
Sr. AP Coordinator (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – June 25, 2016
WMG used to be a cool place to work. Happy environment except for the very high politics in upper management. Too many senior and managers are getting hired instead of giving the chance for other employees who worked so hard. Co-workers are all awesome. Acknowledgement on your achievements is all you will get for walking an extra mile for the company.
You work while you're having our lunch due to workload
International Repertoire Initiative Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 27, 2016
A typical day at work at Warner Music Group is coming in with full enthusiasm to get work done, yet enjoy the day as well. A lunch break was always encouraged- to clear our minds and improve brain power. The team I worked with always helped me if I had any questions and never gave me a task without explaining it first. My boss made sure the internship was just as much of a learning experience as it was a working experience. The hardest part of the job was making sure every task I set out to do was done 100% correctly. The most enjoyable part of the job was how rewarding the experience was at the end.
Senior Accountant /Finance Analyst (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – January 13, 2016
Performed monthly closing process, accounting and financial analysis related to record and publishing divisions, including royalty assets and liabilities reconciliation in accordance with GAAP. Good Team, Interesting , Famous People,
HR Intern (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 25, 2015
It's a very expressive company with high standards. I was an intern and it's great exposure for young developing professionals. I have heard from full time employees within different positions that they wished their salaries were better. However, they are young also and most likely it's a seniority thing living in NYC. No dress code beside public decency, free coffee, the lobbies and rooms are cozy, and networking opportunities with A&Rs for the music creators at there.
Most likely you'll want to work at WMG!
Free coffees and the café features H(censored by Indeed)'s Kitchen restaurants, free and brand new CD of selected musicians, fabulous setting, and a creative office space
Director, Infrastructure Services (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – April 1, 2015
A day at Warner Music Group includes multiple conference calls and meetings addressing operational information technology issues and concerns that affect the business operations. This company provides an excellent opportunity for global colaboration with fellow employees and vendors.
The ever changing music industry continues to provide challenges for companies such as Warner Music Group.
Job flexibility, chance to work with state of the art technology
Senior BW Consultant (Current Employee) – New york – December 1, 2014
It is a privilege to work in music industry. My day starts with checking mails, handling users and working on tickets and enhancements. Learned how the music industry works and management is not familiar with BW hence it was very challenging for me while convincing them.
The hardest part of the job is understanding the customer about technical things and its limitations.
Creative and exciting environment in which to work.
Mastering Manager (Former Employee) – Burbank, CA – July 22, 2014
I enjoyed the challenge of meeting deadlines for release dates, as well as interacting with a variety of different personalities on a day to day basis. Being part of a unit such as the Production department which is the nucleus of the manufacturing/distribution sector of the music business,enabled me to learn to work and grow in a team environment. I most enjoyed being exposed to the creative side of the industry and the lifelong relations I'd built along the way.
Digital Revenue Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 9, 2014
* It's a must to stay on top of top music trends, and stay current on Billboards Top 100 * Mix of friendly and not-so friendly co-workers * Must stay on top of supervisors to find out about daily projects * Workflow is not consistent, initiative must be taken to find out about new projects