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I have been working at Ticketmaster full-time (More than a year)
The top leadership is very much interested in constant improvement, which bodes well for continued company success. Specifically, the company seems to be catching up with providing internal opportunities for career advancement. It doesn't seem like in the past that was emphasized. In addition to the numerous FREE live event tickets, there are lots of fun parties (Halloween, Winter holidays, off-site ditch days, smaller team gatherings etc.). The benefits in general are above average, and the time off is stronger than any of the large companies I've worked for (2 weeks in Dec/Jan that most teams take off and doesn't count towards your vacation!).
Some of the lack of structure that the company is working on in terms of compensation and career growth opportunities still exists.
Advice to Management
Keep working hard on improving and becoming more like the best companies to work for (which seem to be meritocracies), while staying true to our own values. Pay attention to career mobility and compensation as these things matter, as does transparency.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Ticketmaster (Scottsdale, AZ).
I got an email inviting me to an intern information session and group interview. During this process, all the team managers present their work, and you get to talk to the manager you are interested in working with.
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"Justin Burleigh, VP of product at Ticketmaster, explains that the company already enables event-goers to use NFC, the technology that powers Apple Pay, to gain admission at venues that use the company's Presence software."