Product Manager/A&R (Former Employee) – Universal City, CA – 4 January 2018
Universal comes with all the bells and whistles. I've learned so much business wise there with entertainment. Fortunate to work with so many great and legendary artists. Work hard anywhere and you'll make it on top.
Sr Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 4 December 2017
Everyone had been there 30 plus years so there was no upward movement for anyone. then they closed the office. The office was close knit and worked like a fine tuned machine because everyone new what they were doing,
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 11 September 2017
Great company to work for in the industry, but there wasn't much room for advancement. I worked for an arrogant label head that was very rude and harsh. I learned a lot during my time there but I wouldn't return.
Working as an extra with this company was great fun, with hair and wardrobe fully supplied for, and meals mostly catered for. Overall friendly vibe and gave me the opportunity to branch out and make some links with some big names.
Studio Engineer (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 31 July 2017
A great company to work for Vs single persons job a fast pacing high powered Tyrant company no tolerance for slackers you here to work or not respectable by the company model although this company is a fast-moving company which is positions hold you responsible for that of your tasks and everything around you is a company which I would love to stay in tune with I feel it's a young man's job for this industry you learn so much which the world can't teach you nor show you but as they say in the industry time waits on no one
Not knowing what the next day going to bring but as always something great/new
IT Coordinator (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 31 July 2017
I was working on a 3 months contract therefore was there to support my colleague in dealing with procurement requests. When it was busy, I enjoyed the pace as it was productive. I only rated 1 star for the 'job security/advancement as it is not relevant to my situation given the fact that I was not on a permanent contract.
Intern (Former Employee) – Pasig City – 28 June 2017
Whether it’s how to write a concise email, answer a telephone, or shake a hand there is a professional way to do everything. Working in an office environment, you’ll have the chance to observe how others operate and take on those attributes that you feel work best, whether it’s communication, behavior, or office etiquette. This way you won’t end up making mistakes or asking a lot of questions in your first full-fledged job.
Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – 19 June 2017
My first several years at UMG were amazing - benefits, great moral, great management, etc. However as they begin laying off and restructuring, they lost many great people, moral, and passion. It was truly sad to watch what was once an amazing company turn into such a dreadful environment so quickly.
Personal Receptionist to President, Jimmy Iovine (Former Employee) – Santa Monica, CA – 2 June 2017
I only worked here through a temp agency, so the benefits and pay weren't that great. I loved how something new could happen everyday, it was never boring. The hardest part of the job was when more responsibilities were given to you without compensation.