Live Nation Entertainment Employee Reviews about "people"
80% would recommend to a friend
(373 total reviews)
85% approve of CEO
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Updated Dec 4, 2023
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I applied at Live Nation almost a month ago on their Workplace site and I am still listed as Under Consideration. While this is a positive step up from an automatic rejection, I am curious if anyone has any experience applying here and could provide insight on how long it takes to receive a response from their hiring team? Thank you !
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- "Loyal employees will return year after year and be given more responsibilities but remain at the same low pay for years." (in 116 reviews)
- "long hours outside (this is not necessarily a con but just a condition to be prepared for)" (in 99 reviews)
- "Poor management and no use of proper tools" (in 71 reviews)
- "Long hours due to working concerts" (in 39 reviews)
- "No work life balance at all" (in 37 reviews)
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- 3.0Sep 18, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Entertainment industry full of hard working people who love to ensure customers get a great experience
You are not provided with lots of resources to get the job done. "Entrepreneurial" attitude means figure it out on your own because they won't help.
- 3.0May 12, 2021Parking AssistantFormer Employee, less than 1 yearMaryland Heights, MO
Entry-level positions are understandably lax and feature significant turnaround. There are constantly new opportunities to meet people and share in the concert with guests. It is pretty much what you expect, with not many employees staying for long.
Parking is usually based on short shifts of action followed by downtime with little activity. After the guests file inside, and before they leave, the sun can be sweltering and there seems to be a lack of direction until orders come suddenly.
- 4.0Jan 19, 2023Guest ServicesCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearRaleigh, NC
- Great managers and well defined business operations - Clear Job Roles and excellent training - Concert tix are a perk! - Flexibility in scheduling - Live Nation values diversity and the company stepped up to assist people in the entertainment industry during the pandemic
- Decent pay but could be better - Hours available aren't usually enough for full-time work, but great part time job2
- 4.0Apr 17, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Live Nation had an amazing and motivated team of people who truly care about and love the music industry.
Although it may seem like a huge company, a lot of the local and international level positions are filled by veterans who have no intention or reason to go elsewhere. This means that there is little room for growth within the company in many different departments.
- 4.0May 31, 2023Usher/Ticket TakerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLos Angeles, CA
Flexible job if you like working at night and need extra money. The people are nice and you can choose the dates you want to work each month.
You don't always get assigned to all the dates you request to work. No career movement in this position.
- 3.0Mar 10, 2014Event Programming SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsChicago, IL
You get to deal with music that you love and a very eclectic group of people
Long hours due to artist demands
- 1.0Mar 20, 2022Account ManagerFormer EmployeeMelbourne
Sometimes get to go to concerts and the few good people left working there after mass redundancies
Management is dreadful, HR is useless, Huge Bullying and Sexual Discrimination issue from the top and middle management. Crap pay and sadly the fun of music goes away very quickly when you settle in and realise there is no progression, no raises, sexist culture, homophobic, very shut up and don't speak mentality, women staff treated awfully my male managers and staff as well as no team culture or loyalty, one of the most mentally and physically unhealthy workplaces I have ever worked. Would never recommend this company.3
- 4.0Nov 7, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
generous benefits and some very talented employees
The pandemic was very hard on this company and a lot of people lost their jobs.
- 3.0Jul 25, 2022Marketing and Booking InternFormer Intern
Quite a nice environment - I was equally exposed to people who were extremely friendly and others who were abrasive.
Unpaid internship at the time, no perks as an intern of the one of the world's largest concert promoter
- 5.0Jun 21, 2021Sales InternFormer Intern
The people that I worked with were amazing and always tried to give me the help I needed. This was a great stepping stone to get into the industry and make connections. I loved working with a smaller team.
It was a little more hands-off than I had anticipated, but I still learned a lot. It was also off-season at the venue, so there were no concerts happening to really execute what I was learning in a live setting.