(Part-Time) Event Operations (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 6, 2018
A typical day at work - Consists some slow some fast. I learned a lot. One of the pros of working there. Management - I can't say the same. They abuse their power at all costs. Show no equal respect to everyone, only shows favoritism to people who suck up to them. Workplace culture - There mission is good, but has never been good about sticking by it. The Hardest part of the job - Motivated to come into work. Most enjoyable part job - Performers/Events.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 26, 2017
Management is not held accountable for their work. Everyone wears too many hats and there is no work life balance. Be prepared for no trust, transparency or accountability. There are no workflows, policies or procedures set in place for employees to follow or execute work.
Design Consultant (Current Employee) – Downtown Los Angeles – April 26, 2017
AEG Worldwide is a difficult gig. Management plans from the hip and changes direction on a dime. Be prepared for very little strategic planning. There's so much potential is management would plan thoroughly before activating.
Guest Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 14, 2016
I work as a Supervisor for the STAPLES Center and Microsoft Theater Guest Services Department. Every event is different. We are the home to the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers, Kings and Sparks. We host several basketball games, concerts, and a variety of award shows. My team is amazing, I enjoy coming to work to such motivating and positive management team and staff. Both STAPLES Center and the Microsoft Theater are diverse, fun and rewarding venues. We care about our guests, performers and staff dearly. I have nothing negative to say about our company and the venues I work for.
Working some of the world's most popular sporting and entertainment events.
Guest Services Representative (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 30, 2016
I've really enjoyed working for this company. You get a lot of costumer service experience, you get to interact with people and make great connections. However, it's not really a place that you can grow unless you want to be in management and work the corporate side of the entertainment industry. Management is very restricting of your job going any further than that. There are a lot of rules to follow and not a lot of room to mess up.
parking, traffic, hours, communication of where and when to arrive
Great company to work for if you do not have kids, a family, or a life other than work. You are the job. They don't value their employees because people think that this a great job, they do not pay them what they are worth.
Tournament Volunteer Coordinator / Transportation (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 30, 2015
This was a volunteer position for professional tennis in Southern California. I started out as a driver for the players. Taking them to and from the airports and hotels and venues. I met a lot of great people and made life long friends.
Unarmed Security Officer (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 14, 2013
I have learned to exceed my customer service skills. The hardest part of the job is the weather conditions because I work outdoors. At my job we work as a team and we always help each other out. I enjoy helping patrons find what they are looking for.