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This varies depending on account and manager that will be interviewing. My interview was 40 minutes long, extensive, and the person interviewing me still forgot to add in details of the job. Now that I initiate the interviews, I try to keep it short, straight to the point, and ensure the major points of the job are included in the conversation.

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I recommend having questions to ask written and ready, because you will most likely have questions and you want to ensure you can have them laid out and answered for you before you forget(or freeze up like some). Employers appreciate your showing interest as well.
Ex: Parking, when will you hear back, scheduling, etc.

Other than questions, just show up on time with a smile, and be confident!

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Most Levy accounts schedule based on the events going on at the time. You can easily make 40 hours in a week during a football season, or you might have 12 hours in a week because of only two smaller events.
When there are long hours, they fly by because of the quick-paced environment. This is definitely an upside to Levy's hours.

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This depends on the location, but some instances it can be stressful due to large crowds and a busy atmosphere. At the same time, this is a great and exciting thing to be involved in.
Work responsibility can also be stressful at times, but if you feel this way, be sure to talk to your manager about it and try to find a good balance.

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Levy greatly emphasizes on diversity and inclusion, as well as being an equal opportunity employer. With this I mind, Levy tries to hire the friendliest people.
Our account is very diverse and our people make up our account. We all get along and work as a team to ensure everything runs as smoothly as possible.

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Not entirely flexible? But the managers are definitely willing to work with you to keep you on schedule for the numerous events and banquets.

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I was given major responsibility at first, and ran two different positions. I highly considered switching jobs to find something less stressful, but when I brought my issues up to the director, I was moved to a great position that I love. I wouldn't leave for a better paying job now, I enjoy my work.
I suppose if I absolutely decided to leave, it would be to spend more time with my daughter.

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This depends on which account for which you are applying. The account I currently work is not union, but there are several in other states I have worked with that are.
Be sure to ask your Human Resource contact at the account you are interested in, and get all of the information you need.

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Yes, almost every Levy account (With the exception of a few) will offer part-time positions. Most of these will be seasonal due to the role Levy has with the sporting venues around the U.S.
The accounts will hire from season to season depending on which sports are ongoing at the time.
Be sure to ask going in to an interview what they offer.

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