Cast Member (Current Employee) – Arvada, CO – May 26, 2016
A day at Chuck E Cheese is satisfying all guests that enter our doors, getting a little messy, and of course tending to all the children to provide a safe, healthy and fun environment. Working together as a team, with laughter helps maintain a positive attitude for our not so happy guests. At times that can be the least enjoyable part, with the unhappy guests and their behaviors. But making an impact on the lives of other guests makes Chuck E Cheese a place to be a kid.
Senior Manager, Food & Beverage (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 26, 2016
When Wyndham Worldwide was established,theycreated a set of values that underpin their distinctive culture, drive their growth, nurture innovation and inspire great experiences they create for their associates and the people they serve.
Opening coordinator (Former Employee) – confidentail – May 25, 2016
Complete waste of time, if you didn't know someone you didn't go up in the company. I remember dealing with favoritism for relatives and just best friends in general. this was from higher management too.
Overall its a fun place to work at, but not a life time career. Not enough pay, no respect for it being a real job because it is a job meant for high schoolers. Overall a fun place like i said, always fun on the job and things going on.
Server/ Cast Member (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – May 19, 2016
A typical day consists of being handed multiple task all at once. I learned numerous amounts of work experience from CEC. Management could have been a bit more structured but otherwise they were quite friendly. Co-workers are always bright and having fun, though they could always be more serious with their job. Hardest part of the job was being pulled left and right by different managers on shift. The most enjoyable part of this job was definitely the kids. Kids are always a great way to have fun and to get to see the youth of the future.
Free Drinks/ Half off menu
Half off menu only on your lunch break/ Management gets frustrated easily
Hostess (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – May 19, 2016
I had great managers for the most part a few though I felt were are not meant to be managers at Chuck E. Cheese. I learned how to deal with all kinds of situations while continuing to be a team player. Just don't overwhelm yourself.
Cashier, Host, Waitress (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – May 17, 2016
I loved going to work every shift. I got to interact with kids and happy families there for all kinds of parties. The best part of my job was giving the prizes to the kids because they won so many tickets that they could get something they liked.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Hickory, NC – May 16, 2016
I mostly work week days, a typical day will be 5 hours or less. Week days are SUPER slow, a lot of standing around, maintaining Salad bar or pizza buffet, giving out prizes at price counter, getting into the Chuck E. mascot and 30 minute breaks. I learned how to prep food, and to close the restaurant for the night and open for the mornings. Management is pretty bad, When calling in due to emergencies they take up to 15 minutes just to answer or don't answer at all, new weekly schedule is expected every Thursday sometimes it wont be updated until late Sunday afternoon. Manager is unfair she gives me a lecture if i wear specific jackets but lets others wear various jackets with out saying a word to them. Constantly have to be on the managers to count drawer at the end of shift. Co-workers are extremely friendly, it's nice having friends to talk to while working. The hardest part of the job is being the only cashier during the morning shift and having to run back and forth between 3 areas. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with people I can have conversations with.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – May 11, 2016
You will work long/hard days but only about 4 days a week. Very high speed and fun environment. Pay could be better, and it can be tricky to balance your work/home life. There are many opportunities for advancement, and upper management is big about promoting advancement from within. Very good willed company.