Playbill Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Playbill is a monthly U.S. magazine for theatergoers. Although there is a subscription issue available for home delivery, most copies of Playbill are printed for particular productions and distributed at the door as the show's program.
A former employee shares his experience on glassdoor.com, "It's not cool to work with people who would throw you under the bus at any given moment for the smallest of reasons like in Playbill. It's not cool to never have an opportunity to grow professionally. It's not cool to get paid low wages while having the world expected from you. It's not cool to have an owner who preaches liberal values while enacting none of these values in real life with his employees, except the "chosen few" that he deems worthy."
Messenger/Reception/Porter (Former Employee) says"I hope I don’t have to go threw what I been threw at playbill they say work like family it’s far from that management are not helpful No HR No care for the employee. Cons: Not a good work place"
Sales/ Mercahndiser (Current Employee) says"Point of sales to big Entertainment giggs at the Vector Arena, Civic, Erricson Stadium sometimes the town hall and Aotea Centre all venues based in Auckland. Alot of Heavy lifting involved, being accurate in counting stocks in and out for management and setting up displays at venues. Cons: long hours, heavy lifting, no suitable training, learn as you go method."