Fantastic PTO including almost 2 weeks off at the end of the year during Christmas/New Years which is on top of the 10 PTO days and 8+ holidays
the benefit package is substandard - with the vision plan being the one exception. the health care options are actually quite poor and the 401k plan is not great either. They do offer two weeks off at the end of the year, which is pretty nice.
Occasional use of company tickets, two weeks off at end of December through New Year, 50% 401K match up to 6%, good insurance coverage, 2 weeks paternity leave for fathers
2 weeks off at the end of the year in addition to vacation time. Lawn pass to Live Nation festivals. Two
The vacation time is low unless you have worked for 5 years.
Low ticket prices good customer service cheap and easy access to entertainment day and night
Best part was that the CEO of Live Nation always wanted to improve the benefits package. If something was broken, he would fix it. If someone couldn't afford something (like a health procedure) he would make sure it was paid for. The worst part about the package was compensation which was usually around 10-15% behind the market. Additionally, days off are not good because you have to wait something like 5 years to start accruing more days than you start out with. Vacation (2 weeks). cannot carry over. Sick days absolutely not sufficient, and management doesn't like people working from home if they're sick (even if they just don't want to come in only because they're contagious). Management and above gets unlimited vacation (or "discretionary" I believe is what they call it). Ticket perks are not as good as people would think. Two free tickets a year, and then only two more without fees. The rest you have to pay fees on like everyone else. No access to pre on-sale tickets for hot events even though you're the ones supporting those on-sales.
I'm not exactly sure because I was an intern and they don't offer the benefits to interns, only full time employees.
flexible hours were great to have allowed me to sleep in after long nights staying behind to push code at the office
No company stock purchase plan and no stock options unless you are the few execs at the top