Would not recommend but not horrible
Cast Member (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 April 2017
The majority of employees are minors, young adults or elderly individuals who kinda gave up on higher education.
You start in concession which is, in some cases, stressful to adapt to.
Most employees and managers are friendly at first.
Fast paced work in all areas other than management who sit in the office most of the day.
The job allowed me to learn (on my own) great customer service, how to use a till...and that's pretty much it, everything else is pretty self explanatory if you're already a diligent worker.
Good for: entry-level, highschool student, part-time, living with parents
Bad for: experienced workers, university students, living independently, with a vehicle, phone plan bills, grocery bills, insurance bills, medication bills
Incentive programs, occasional late night movie screenings, free popcorn, drinks and 50% off outtakes during breaks and 30 minutes before or after shifts, free movie passes bi-weekly
Late hours, unproductive coworkers, snobby/rude guests, extremely busy weekends and holidays, bureaucratic/lazy management system