In seat Runner/Beer Vendor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 May 2018
A good company to work with if you are into sports. They provide a good amount of benefits with exception of event tickets I learned to work in a fast-paced environment and improved my customer service skills. I did the very physical job during my tenure at MLSE. I enjoyed serving fans to the best of my capabilities.
Good benefits, good part time job, a lot of discounts, pay is decent
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 April 2018
MLSE could do a lot better in many aspects. They are very unorganized, terrible at communication and management is in their own world. It is cool being at the stadium but the wage isn't worth the commute if you're not from Toronto.
Usher (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 January 2018
LOVED working any event at the a.c.c. staff training was thorough and staff were outstanding with any help us `newbies`needed. interacting with fans/attendees of events, never mind seeing some great shows/games is something i will never forget! had to leave being spouse was passing otherwise i would still be there with bells on!
Event Security (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 December 2017
An amazing place to work if your a sports enthusiast. We get to work Raptors, Leafs, TFC, Argos and Rock games. Not to forget all the big ticket concerts. Every shift can be different. From working the insane gates where we have 60 min to get everyone in before tip off or puck drop. the the ability to work court side at a Raptors game. The management has its moments like all companies but they are still there to aid and guide the staff. I have no complaints about Management. The most enjoyable is that its different every time. I absolute love the job. Its part time, relatively flexible and fantastic pay for a part time job.
Fan Engagement Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 December 2017
Working for MLSE provides an extremely engagement work environment that offers challenging activities and stimulating content. Being a sports fan myself it is the perfect environment for me to chat with my co-workers about my interests. The company allows a care-free atmosphere that opens up the floor to any ideas and gives free range for employee opinions. I feel safe knowing I can express ideas on how to improve the company. I look forward to attending work everyday and am aways intrigued to hear about what is new in the dynamic world of Toronto sports.
Recognition awards bi-weekly/monthly, opportunities for advancement
Snack Vendor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 October 2017
The BMO stadium staircases are extremely tight and narrow for a vendor to be walking up and down while holding a 30lb. box strapped around your neck. My manager was helpful however, an individual who was part of the MLSE staff who I did not know, made a rude and unnecessary comment towards me during my shift. The atmosphere is busy and full of crazed fans.
Gaining entrance to the game being played
Carrying an extremely heavy box of snacks and drink throughout the entire shift
In-Seat Service (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 September 2017
Being able to watch the sports is great. However, constantly walking up flights of stairs is not. It is hard to get time off here and you are not able to send in "availability". You are able to choose the shifts you want to work, but will get scheduled even if you didn't choose the shift. Not allowed switching shifts. Short hours which is great for students, not that good for when you need time off for exams.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 September 2017
It's a boys club. No room for advancement and they take heavy advantage of their employees. You are not paid for working weekends, and there is no work life balance. Its okay to get the company name on your resume, but I wouldn't recommend staying longer than 2 years at this company.
Concessions (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 September 2017
I quite enjoyed working for MLSE. the atmosphere was fun and most of the people I got to work with were amazing. The downside for me would be the seniority system and not getting a lot of work in the first months of working there.
Good pay, interesting work but unpredictable schedule.
Concession Attendant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2017
Unpredictable schedule. May be required for a shift that you cannot make. Although useful, MLSE's seniority system seems to get in the way for a lot of little things such as who does what on a specific day. Staff who have been there longer always get to choose. Bright side is decent pay and very lively place to work so it always remains interesting.
Concessions Attendant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 April 2017
The job is event-based. The cool thing is you can make your schedule to your own preference. However when playoffs come, you will most likely get required even when you can't work it for school or other reasons. A good job for people that are either in school, or doing this as a side job.
Snack Vendor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2016
I had a great time working for this company and had fun with each day that I got to work there. My job was to sell snacks which I was very good at doing. It was always fun selling snacks and helping the company money. At the end of night I would go back to the Vending room and cash out. The way the cash out system works is I would take out all the money I made on that night, pay the managers what I owe them and the rest is all yours along with all the tips that I made.
Selling snacks and having free views of concerts and games