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Canucks Sports & Entertainment Canada Employee Reviews

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Productive and Fun Workplace
Quick Service Supervisor (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCFebruary 3, 2015
Requires a lot of attention, once we are responsible for the inventory after every game/concert. As a fast-paced environment, we have got to be ready for the events, and make sure the right amount of work has been prepared.
As a supervisor, I had the help from my co-workers at the beginning, and have definitely improved my management skills.
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Fun work environment, family-like workplace where everyone works hard to get the job done
Coordinator (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCOctober 7, 2013
Pros: game and concert ticket draws for employees
Cons: difficult to grow/getting promoted into other positions within the organization, unless someone leaves or is let go.
A lot of team work involved, working with other departments to ensure tasks are completed on time.
Fun place to work, especially if you enjoy sports.
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Enjoyable Place to work
Host (Current Employee), Vancouver, BCSeptember 6, 2013
Pros: discounts on food and merchandise
Working with a different variety of people
Different methods of conflict resolutions
Management is good, and is readily available
Hardest part of the job: angry, drunk and lack of disrespect from customers.
Most enojoyable part of the job: the entertainment (Hockey, concerts)
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Sports Marketing at its finest
Manager, Business Development (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCJune 4, 2013
Pros: events, people, professional sports
Cons: long days and no playoff success
Had to be the best overall experience I have ever worked in. The people were fantastic, the building was electric and not only do patrons make a financial investment but also an emotional one.