I have always loved my job at MLSE. I love the atmosphere. Its a great place to work! You have to be ready to be on your toes at all times to help out fans in need. The people you work with are amazing and always helpful
I am so lucky to currently work for MLSE. They are an amazing company and I would encourage anyone who needs a job to apply here! The experience is one of a kind. It is ran incredibly well. They care about their employees and you will see that as soon as you apply.
Loved this environment, had when working during school since you are not guaranteed hours since its when games/events are therefor some weeks can get tough during exam season esp when you have to travel all the way downtown and that through subway.
season closed due to the corvid-19 virus, it is the premier sports entertainment company in Toronto controlling every professional sports team except for the Blue Jays, many employees and departments but a rewarding culture with its own perks for people that enjoy that kind of atmosphere
Entertaining and busy during events that require a lot of team work and contact with patrons. On non-eOn non-event days the atmosphere is more relaxed yet adherence to a strict deployment is still in place and followed.
The position its self is great. It is exciting, informative, challenging and amusing at times. The hardest part of the job is dealing with one micro-managing manager, the best part is the people and friendships you make.
You can't make a living off of this job alone. The majority of employees are part-timers and have a second job to supplement cost of living. Some good perks for employees; the company tries to create a fun atmosphere.
Raptors and leafs make the workplace bearable. Management is average. Not much opportunity for advancement. Good for students seeking part time . Little work available for off season. Better have a more stable part time job, or have a summer job too.
The culture was a very positive and motivated environment consisting of MLSE's cultural behaviours. However, the cultural behaviours are not consistent throughout the company and middle-management tends to fail in supporting staff to advance or achieve goals.