Cook (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 28, 2018
I always kept a positive attitude while working there but some of the managers were just too bossy. They always picked on certain people and that lead too people quitting or getting fired. I didn’t like it at all.
Movie Theater Attendant (Current Employee) – Sarver, PA – November 27, 2018
i recommend working at AMC Theaters. it is a very relaxed environment while movies are playing but when movies let out or are getting ready to start it is fast paces. management is great and so are the other employees.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 27, 2018
Managers are horrible . They work you hours that you should not work . They won’t let you off at the time you are supposed to get off .a lot of the customers are nice but the employees and management are very rude .
SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – November 26, 2018
The management was poorly run, and customer service was hardly adequate.
A typical day at work was coming into the theater, and expecting to find a line of dissatisfied customers wanting free movie passes, or a refund for their experience. It was a normal expectancy every day I worked there.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Surprise, AZ – November 26, 2018
between a rude general manager who didn't care about his staff, and the eight hour shift I would get once, twice a week, long time employment there was no an option. The location needs a lot of renovation and love.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Virginia – November 26, 2018
Truly horrible. Perfect job for a teenager who doesn't actually care about making money at all. You're paid scraps to sweep with old brooms and dustpans from the 80's that are completely ineffective at actually cleaning. I've had many jobs, I have experience working with customers of all different types but working here was just........ terrible.
Training was a joke. They threw me in and told me to basically start cleaning the bathrooms and theaters with no guidance whatsoever. They SORT of show you what to do, but not really. They just hope you can pick it up on your way. Training was also an 8 hour shift on the busiest Saturday of the year. Absolutely horrible. This alone made me decide to never go back to an AMC theaters ever again. You realize how filthy and disgusting everything really is when you work there, no one cleans any spaces except for the ones that guests see (occasionally) and there were rat traps all over our break room.
My managers and coworkers were nice and I was told I did a fantastic job, but they will get WHATEVER they can out of you hours wise. If you're not a minor expect to be scheduled way too much. l wanted to work very minimal part time to go back to school but they kept scheduling me for 8 hour shifts. The physical and mental toll this position takes on you is not worth minimum wage. The free movies aren't worth it. When you're ripping tickets guests get upset that we have to card if you look younger than 25 after 9 PM. You'll get pressured to sell stubs more and more even though people really aren't that interested. Managers expect youmore... to have an actual investment in the theater when you're getting paid min wage or less and being treated badly by everyone around you and that just isn't realistic.Working here for an extremely short time really negatively effected me. Treat your employees better, pay better wages to not only crew, but managers and GMS, and you wouldn't have such high turnover rates. I wish I'd listened to reviews before being hired, I would have never even wasted my time with this position. After my first training day I never went back. Honestly just go be a cashier somewhere instead, you'll probably get paid more.less
Team member (Former Employee) – Tukwila, WA – November 26, 2018
AMC was a temporary job while I was in high school. The environment made by the managers and the other crew members made the job very enjoyable. I noticed a lot of help from the managers side, even if they didn't want to do things, they always did their best to help aid in situations and take care of difficulties. It was a great job to do while in high school and is very easy going and relaxed.
Associate (Former Employee) – Broadway ny, ny – November 24, 2018
Customers service Greet customers point of sales Cashier/management was good/workplace was cultural enjoyed meeting people and greeting them the job was not hard but having about 200 people waiting to ring up on line waiting to be serve. Making sure customers are happy
Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Rapid City, SD – November 24, 2018
Requires basic skills, effiecent cleaning and multi-tasking skills. Customer service is big in the movie industry, thanking guest and directing them and keeping them happy when they mad about prices and being late for movies.
Cashier/Concessions (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 19, 2018
When a new movie comes out be prepared to work until the whole movie leaves the theatre. It is a good job to have when you first start out, but as a retirement job, I don't think it suits that lifestyle, for me.
Dish, Prep and line cook (Former Employee) – Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 – November 19, 2018
You have to be in uniform. Always get your work done as soon as possible or you might get in trouble for it. Sometimes they fire people without reasons and they have favorites so make sure they like you.
good pay, good workers
Managers aren't always doing their best but never point it out.
It’s a productive and fun work place i enjoyed working there a lot every one was nice and friendly and respectful
Usher and Cashier and ticket taker (Former Employee) – Trenton, NJ – November 19, 2018
If u you don’t kno how to get on your feet and move quickly AMC isn’t for you. Amc is a fast past work place so if your not willing to multitask or Atleast willing to leaven how to it’s not for you at all.
50% off there meals being that u work there and free drinks