Crew Member (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 12 September 2017
A typical day at work consisted of me clearing tables and serving food for most of the shift. I learned how to treat customers with respect. Management would change a lot and got confusing sometimes when they both expected different things.
Party Hostess / Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 September 2017
• Making sure everything is set up for a birthday part on time. • Salad bar and condiment station has to be stocked up. • Washrooms are neat and tidy. • Making sure our guests is satisfied with their visit.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Langley British Columbia Canada – 12 August 2017
I never felt welcome at work, the management was terrible and the coworkers weren't respected. I did enjoy talking to customers. that's what helped me get through my day. if I've learnt anything is work somewhere where your managers respect you as a person and coworker
Cashier (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 11 July 2017
Definitely a fun-loving place but people of all age groups. The work environment is very friendly as you get to interact with many old and new customers on a daily basis and develop your customer service and interpersonal skills. The best part is assisting kids and their parents with different kinds of purchase at the food area and the toy section. In sum, a great place to work!
Party Host (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 23 June 2017
No chance of getting a raise. You work extremely hard for minimum wage. Other than that 3 out of 4 managers are amazing. One is an idiot who does not know what he's doing, the rest are there to help you.
Hostess (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 7 May 2017
This was my first job. At the time I was in high school and this was a great way to have fun and meet other people my age. The hours were not long and management was understanding of school being a priority. My shifts were typically weekend shifts where I would work anywhere between 5-8 hours. However, I did not have to work during the week days which allowed me the ability to get my work done during the week.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, ON – 24 April 2017
Chuck E. Cheese was a fun part time job that I had the opportunity to experience in high school. It helped me understand the concept of businesses and how to manage different types of people. I enjoyed my time there as it helped me improve my problem solving skills as well as my interpersonal skills.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Willowdale, ON – 23 April 2017
Chuck E Cheese was a great learning environment until moving up in the ranks. Once you've reached a management position the training drops and youre expected to learn on the go without assistance. Time off even when booked months in advance is generally refused. Unprofessional work environment
Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 25 March 2017
Overall Chuck. E Cheese was a good work place because they got me started from a young age and allowed me to work my way up. I do have my complaints about some of the organization of the headquarters, and the importance of certain issues compared others. However, it gave me the opportunity to gain experience managing which I'm very grateful. The culture is kind of your regular restaurant, however most of the employees are high school students. Hardest part of the job was keeping patience, because it is a loud, crazy environment. Lots of lights, screaming, vomit, you definitely need to a calm person who can handle the chaos. Most enjoyable part, was the people I worked with.
Cast Member (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 4 March 2017
I love working with the great mangers and how easy it is to start and get the hang out the job! I work with many great people and everything is a great experience. My personal favourite part is being chuck e