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Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Overview

Toronto, ON
501 to 1000 employees
Unknown
Company - Private
Sports & Recreation
$100 to $500 million (CAD) per year
Competitors

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Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) one of the world's premier sports and entertainment companies, owns the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL), Toronto Raptors (NBA), Toronto FC (MLS), Toronto Argonauts (CFL), Toronto Marlies (AHL), Raptors ... Read more

Mission: Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) one of the world's premier sports and entertainment companies, owns the Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL), Toronto Raptors (NBA), Toronto FC (MLS), Toronto Argonauts (CFL), Toronto Marlies (AHL), Raptors

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Reviews

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    I worked at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment full-time

    Pros

    Best best Best Job ever

    Cons

    Shift work for the entirety of my time there

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Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Interviews

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    Human Resources Interview

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    Negative Experience

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment.

    Interview

    I applied online and was invited to conduct a phone screen approx. 2 weeks later. The recruiter was late and then spent most of the call talking about the organization, the opportunity, and was quick to share issues that the company and team are currently facing. After only asking me one question, the recruiter launched into all the "perks" of working for the organization while trying to justify the low pay, and then indicated they would like to schedule an in-person interview. Despite stating they would get back to me later that day, it took days for the recruiter to email me about scheduling an interview.

    In-person with the managers, they did not have set questions, which is typically fine except they spent quite some time chatting between themselves on things unrelated to me or the role (i.e. did you hear they're going to do X to the building space? Oh, did you hear about a change to X process? etc.)

    Despite being assured that I would be contacted within a week to close the loop, no one followed up at all. A very unprofessional recruitment process and red flags throughout - seems to be the standard for this company based on other Glassdoor reviews. Clearly an organization that is unconcerned about the candidate experience because their brand will still bring in a large number of applicants.

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