You are working in a brand new stadium (Coolray Field) working for the AAA Braves affiliate, in the heart of Braves Country.
With the long hours inherent to professional baseball, this job is not for the feint of heart. Must be willing to work nights, weekends, holidays. However, senior management works very hard to ensure that employees get a fair amount of time off.
I worked at Gwinnett Braves as an intern (Less than a year)
I had a lot of fun meeting a lot of cool co-workers, and learned a lot of valuable skills.
I believe the organization is too niche, and needs to rely on stronger managerial leadership.
I worked at Gwinnett Braves (Less than a year)
Great people to work with and a very laid back and fun position.
You don't learn many skills to carry you over in to a permanent position.
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I have been working at Gwinnett Braves part-time (Less than a year)
The office culture is one of the main things that drew me to the Gwinnett Braves. Everyone is so friendly and makes coming to work every day even more enjoyable. Working in sports is great as-is, but if you don't get along with your co-workers things are bound to fail. Not the case here, couldn't ask for a better group of people.
Not much to say here, really enjoying everything thus far and looking forward to the future.
I have been working at Gwinnett Braves full-time
Work in baseball. Great Perks. Great fun Staff. rewarding work. Fun Fun Fun Baseball
Long Hours and Low Pay. However that is the nature of the sports industry. If you want to move up be prepared to move to another team. This is the nature of baseball.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work.
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