Senio Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 9, 2018
Dedicated staff, hardworking professionals, strong leadership. Small company - so have exposure to various areas of the business. People tend to stay for long tenures, consequently internal promotion is somewhat limited
Production Coordinator (Current Employee) – Secaucus, NJ – October 1, 2018
A great place to work and the NBA really does take care of their employees anyway they can. Great benefits and employee perks. The only bad thing is that some events and projects are so big that it is inevitable that they will be understaffed.
Production Assistant/Video Editor (Former Employee) – Secaucus, NJ 07094 – August 30, 2018
The people you work with are awesome and talented, but extremely undervalued and their opinions usually ignored. There is no job security or advancement. Upper "leadership" likes to micromanage. Entry level starts at $20/hour and there are some perks, but after a year or two, you may want to try elsewhere. Definitely use the brand name as a stepping stone in your resume and career.
perks, decent starting pay
no work/life balance, no growth, micromanagement, lack of leadership
Server/Waiter (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 21, 2018
This job was a great place to work for temporary purposes and was a great experience. Everyone worked as a team and it was a fun atmosphere to be in while it lasted. It is with sadness that I express that universal studios no longer desired to keep the restaurant open so we closed down in 2015.
Supervisor Security (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 21, 2018
I love working with the people at that location. I only left because I was relocating. The customers were great and it was a good place to work. I made supervisor very quickly. I did what I need to do to be a great employee.
Young atmosphere management trying to change culture very focused on being one if the best places to work. Have many perks for staff arcade games, daily fruit. Special snacks each week department outings, swag give a ways
Can be stressful many projects and league events my experience was a.good one and I would recommend anyone to work there.
Travel can be part of the job high profile events (NBA All Star game) overseas events.
Sometimes advancement can be frustrating depending on the department you work in.
My most enjoyable part of the job was helping people I worked with and a sense of accomplishment in getting the job done.
I learned many things in my career at the MAN from the mailroom to critical systems to understanding budgets and processing invoices and creating Excel reports.
The hardest part was making sure we did not miss anything since we as a department were relied upon to always have the answer or fix whatever the problem was.
Referee Operations (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 10, 2018
At the NBA the atmosphere is very enjoyable, there opportunities each week to network, exclusive access to NBA events and networks in collaboration with the NBA, and positions although deadlines must be met have an entrepreneurial feel whereas you are responsible for when and how you do your work depending on your goals at the company.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – August 9, 2018
Account executive role was straight forward and basic, they provided a 2 week training period and fed us to wolves. It's a great way to truly analyze your tolerance for sales and your passion for the industry. Cut-throat and fast paced the job will require you to constantly be on the move. There's always a possibility of making a sale, so business cards and professional demeanor must be maintained at all times. Sports fans walk all over the face of the earth. You could make your biggest sale in the arena on game day. Or at the grocery store restocking your fridge.
Kings are loved and hated in Sacramento prepare for all types of interactions.
Selling is key, they don't have time for you to figure it out.