Live Group (United Kingdom) FAQ

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8 English questions out of 8

10 March 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Live Group (United Kingdom)?

Pros

The evolution of Live Group over the past five years cannot easily be put into words. There has always been an ingrained culture of wanting to run the best events, to stand out from the crowd. That's now amplified by something else; a commitment to its people. The leadership team has turned words to actions, making sweeping changes to the operational structure to put every staff member, from new starters to industry veterans, in the driving seat of their career and the direction of the business. The culture is supportive, fun and open to change. People wanting to make their mark on the industry will find like minded people ready to make their ambitions a reality.

Cons

Events will always be events. Long hours and tricky situations. The ups and downs of the industry are not suited to everybody, and although the company does its best, it admits that there is still work to be done.

The leadership team has turned words to actions, making sweeping changes to the operational structure to put every staff member, from new starters to industry veterans, in the driving seat of their career and the direction of the business.

10 March 2020

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8 August 2019

How is management perceived at Live Group (United Kingdom)?

Pros

I'm fairly new and so far, I have only seen great things. The management / board care about your well-being. They care about the work place and making it a welcoming environment. They continue to have the employees involved in making any changes to the office, getting peoples opinion’s and suggestions. It’s a great feeling to be involved and not have decisions made by the hierarchy only. They give you full support to get your job done. They trust you and respect you, there's not micro managing. Great place to work!

Cons

We might be outgrowing the office and that's only because we are growing as a company and that can only be a good thing as we are doing well.

Advice to Management

To keep listening to the employees. Look after the employees and they will look after the company.

The management / board care about your well-being.

8 August 2019

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8 August 2019

Is Live Group (United Kingdom) a good company to work for?

Pros

I'm fairly new and so far, I have only seen great things. The management / board care about your well-being. They care about the work place and making it a welcoming environment. They continue to have the employees involved in making any changes to the office, getting peoples opinion’s and suggestions. It’s a great feeling to be involved and not have decisions made by the hierarchy only. They give you full support to get your job done. They trust you and respect you, there's not micro managing. Great place to work!

Cons

We might be outgrowing the office and that's only because we are growing as a company and that can only be a good thing as we are doing well.

Advice to Management

To keep listening to the employees. Look after the employees and they will look after the company.

Great place to work!

8 August 2019

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10 March 2020

What is the company culture like at Live Group (United Kingdom)?

Pros

The evolution of Live Group over the past five years cannot easily be put into words. There has always been an ingrained culture of wanting to run the best events, to stand out from the crowd. That's now amplified by something else; a commitment to its people. The leadership team has turned words to actions, making sweeping changes to the operational structure to put every staff member, from new starters to industry veterans, in the driving seat of their career and the direction of the business. The culture is supportive, fun and open to change. People wanting to make their mark on the industry will find like minded people ready to make their ambitions a reality.

Cons

Events will always be events. Long hours and tricky situations. The ups and downs of the industry are not suited to everybody, and although the company does its best, it admits that there is still work to be done.

The culture is supportive, fun and open to change.

10 March 2020

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20 August 2019

What are co-workers like at Live Group (United Kingdom)?

Pros

I started my time at Live Group in a temp role, and over the course of six years moved my way up to Senior Project Manager. Safe to say, it was a great place to learn and develop my skills! No office politics, close-knit team, supportive co-workers, casual working environment. A great little place to work.

Cons

It definitely got stressful at times, but it was good to know my team always had my back.

No office politics, close-knit team, supportive co-workers, casual working environment.

20 August 2019

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