If you have any self-respect, do not under any circumstance, work for PSAV!!! With very, very rare exceptions, this company is a very toxic place to work. Management doesn't have a clue of how to run a proper AV company. They hire inexperienced people so that they can pay them as little as possible. AV professionals, who know their stuff, will be used, abused and then refused.
It took 6 months from application to phone interview... Then an in-person interview--be sure to wear a suit, or at least dress clothes and a tie! Two weeks after the interview, another phone interview/offer. Then a drug test, and I was hired.
Interview wasn't hard.
Not good, most work is done in hospitality venues so it is really 24/7. A lot of nights and weekends. A lot of Holiday's. A lot of missed family events. Because in the PSAV family, PSAV comes first.
Dismantle it. At this point it is a monopoly and it is unamerican to see such an enterprise charge a premium for an inferior product.