Live Nation Entertainment, Inc.: What's it like to work here?

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Overall I am much happier working for this company than any other job I've had in the entertainment industry!

EmployeeWorked at Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. in Boston, MA at the time of review.

What I like

I feel my individual skills and strengths are valued and my managers actively seek to further develop me and help me to accomplish bigger & better things. I am able to express my personality freely without fear of judgement or "not fitting in" to the company culture.

What I dislike

I wish there were more transparency regarding pay, compensation and other benefits, particularly for part-time employees. The company offers quite a few benefits, resources, and perks but information about them and how to access them is not always communicated effectively to the lower-paid positions that need them the most. While I feel confident that my direct co-workers and managers value me greatly and I have a career ahead of me at this company, since pay raises are not standardized I feel uncertain about my ability to meet my financial needs with the job.

Suggestions for improvement

Regular pay raises for part-time/hourly employees based on things like length of service and inflation, as well as opportunities for additional raises or bonuses based on performance, would increase quality of work and decrease turnover (as well as obviously improving the quality of life for workers in more precarious positions).

Company Culture

Inclusive and forward-thinking

Internal Communication

Almost daily email updates from corporate office, as well as frequent all-staff meetings at my locations where all updates and concerns can be addressed collectively.


Because the company structure is quite corporate/bureaucratic, issues tend to be funneled upwards to higher management or HR rather than worked out directly between co-workers. As long as there aren't significant issues between co-workers, however, the overall culture encourages people to work together to make the big picture work.

Work-Life Balance

The company encourages mental health awareness and work-life balance to full-time employees but not so much part-time employees. In practice, many full-time salaried employees often work well over expected hours in order to meet their work load.

Support from management

Inclusive and forward-thinking

Freedom to work independently

Freedom to work from home/remotely often

Gender Equality

A lot of women in leadership positions at various levels

Environmental Friendliness

Recycling and avoiding unnecessary waste are actually official policies.

Overall compensation for your work

Pay rate is comparable to other opportunities in the same industry, but wage increases are not standardized or guaranteed and can depend on budget choices. Personally, I have not had a single raise since I began working for the company despite multiple years of exemplary service.

Career Development

They provide access to continued training via an online "e-learning hub" and prioritize promotions from within.

Challenging Work

We are constantly trying to innovate and improve, but there's a lot of support available

Inclusive / Diverse

Attitude towards older colleagues

Office / Work Environment

Handicapped Accessibility

Workplace Safety

Job Security

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