Cashier (Former Employee) – Frisco, TX – February 25, 2018
Nothing special about working here. You sell tickets and clean theaters. Very fast paced, especially if you worked the concession bar. It can be fun depending on who is working with you that day but otherwise it is an alright job. At the time we got to see movies for free. I am not sure if that is still available but that was the best part of the job.
Film Crew Member (Former Employee) – Superior, CO – February 23, 2018
A typical day would be whatever shift they assigned you at for that day Greeter, Usher, or Concessions. I learned how movie there functions and what weird stuff people leave in the theaters. Managment was good. The hardest part is when someone eats sunflower seeds in the theater and you try to sweep it up. I enjoyed the people I worked with and the managers
Food & Beverage Manager/H.R. Manager (Current Employee) – Huntington, NY – February 23, 2018
I learned the skills needed to help take me to the next step in life. Customer service is a job I think everyone needs to work in to truly understand the value of hard work and how to manage a large variety of different human beings.
Crew Member/Cashier/Concessionist (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – February 22, 2018
Working at AMC was fun! Unfortunately, I had to leave due to being unable to juggle with other obligations. It was my first job and the staff there will treat you like family. You do have to carry water bottle cases and giant popcorn bags but they aren't that heavy. The worst part is cleaning out the fryer because you can't get the smell out of the shirt(even after washing it several times). If you decide to work there though, you'll leave with funny stories and good memories.
Film Crew Associate (Current Employee) – Schaumburg, IL – February 21, 2018
Stressful, unrewarding, disgusting, rude guests, rude management, low pay, no benefits. Worked here for almost two years now, and AMC treats you like trash and they give you nothing in return. Expect to work every holiday and weekend while they barely give you regular hours because they have no money to give you. Theatres are a dying industry, and working at AMC really shows you that. Avoid at all costs.
Part-Time Usher/Porter/ Greeter (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – February 21, 2018
I very much enjoyed my job at AMC. I worked with a wide range of people; everyone was diverse and I loved it. The only difficult thing about this job was having to deal with rowdy kids and rude adults, but you get that pretty much anywhere you go so it was no big deal.
Film Crew (Former Employee) – Westminster, CO – February 21, 2018
Your enjoyment of this job is really going to depend on who you're working with. If you've got a great group of people who has the drive to get done what needs to be done, you'll have a great time. Otherwise this job can be a nightmare, especially in the crowded summer months.
Working at AMC was a very fun experience where I gained some leadership skills. Training was very good for the job, and when I had questions, managers were very helpful. You will make some great friends on the job while bonding over the typical suckiness of a part time job and dealing with customers, but at the end of the day, this is the job I miss and will remember the most.
Server/Crew Member (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 20, 2018
I enjoyed working at AMC. The management could be better though. They are slightly unorganized and often times not everyone is on the same page. Your coworkers are what really help you through the busy days. They don't really give breaks so if you like taking breaks this might not be the job for you. Free movies is a good benefit of working here as well.
AMC Associate (Current Employee) – Burlington, WA – February 19, 2018
I have been there too long with no respect. Or little appreciation thrown my way. I have worked hard for them and am dependable. But I have no authority or respect from anyone who has any authority. My options and ideas where never taken seriously. So I would appreciate any job at this point.
CREW MEMBER (Former Employee) – Cicero, IL – February 18, 2018
A typical weekend would consist of you rushing around and attending to customers, many people did not stock after shifts and management did little about it. This lead to under-stocked products and made the day easily 10 times harder. The starting pay for a crew member was 8.25, getting a raise every 3 months.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Willmar, MN – February 17, 2018
A Typical work day would consist of helping customers and stocking candy. I'ved learned how to use a kettle and hot dog roller. management was decent, wotrkplace equally fun and fast paced, hardest part of the job was to lift the kettle corn bags up. my most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customers.
Usher/Cashier (Former Employee) – Chicago Ridge, IL – February 15, 2018
At first, I was very excited and confident in working with AMC. Unfortunately, there were a lot of things about the team that I was unaware of that made me want to work there less. Some of the staff was choosy with what task they wanted to do, management was lazy, and keeping the place clean was to a minimum. There were also times where certain employees were given special treatment, but others not. I found that to be unfair, and bias.