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We are like a family so we all get on. We have a dress code and uniform which live nation provide, our management are very strict on this. This job is very fast pace and can sometimes be stressful. However, you are working in one of Wales biggest venues and will hopeful see some sort over acts Perform live.
Great team work
It's a fast paced environment but it's also relaxed, you don't have to think too much and the shifts are short, perfect for students or a second job to fill in the spaces. You can pick and choose your shifts which allows you to work around another job or uni
I worked in a team of 13 stressed people, the EP department is in charge of structuring events with a programming language from the 90' that was never updated. My manager was unhappy and my team wouldn't even say good morning. Terrible work experience, although I heard the other departments aren't so bad.
I worked for live nation UK for 3 years and in that time, I was let down many of times by management. The management okay with their phones on shift and don't really care about their team. Most of the time they don't know what their doing and its disgusting how they get away with it. They give free tickets to their favourites and not to the staff who work hard. In the contract if you worked 6 months plus your entitled to tickets but they never deliver.
Rigged Ticket Choices, Bullying
Fast paced job with lots of travel. throughly enjoyed working for live nation. The most enjoyable part of the job was travelling and exploring different cities. No days were the same. The work was intense but the best job I have experienced so far!
good rates of pay
I work at the O2 Apollo in Manchester behind the bar. It's a zero hours contract which is ideal for students like me or as a second job for evening work. Almost all staff are very friendly and helpful. Good communication with management also.
Experience live shows
Working in the entertainment has its up sides, and its down sides. The up side, being the very diverse working ethic, a job that you can turn up for, and remain happy all of the day... A typical day would be, either routine maintenance, completing varying degrees of health & safety tasks, to ensure that current legislations were being met. On show days, the day would consist of arriving early, unloading the various articulated lorries, assisting with the construction of the show, and watching the completion of a full scale production grow from a lorry, to a large stage production... The only down side would be the varying long hours...
Occasional complimentary tickets to certain shows, meeting various artists.
Long hours, heavy lifting...
Fun and social environment with a relaxed policy on work hours and time off. Terrible at progressing their staff and seen as completely replaceable with no loyalty to their staff or appreciation for any extra work you undertake
Tickets to events
No career progression at all