Party Hostess\ Birthday Coordinator (Current Employee) – Granada Hills, CA – April 28, 2017
overall I would say I enjoyed working here but at times it was just not fair and some workers were not professional and didn't care which gave me more work, which wasn't horrible but it was more work added on to my plate. most of the employees were around my age which was cool but some weren't mature enough for the job. it did get stressful with rude guests who don't understand I didn't come up w prices amd rules we have but I was able to work through it
Cashier (Former Employee) – Vancouver, WA – April 25, 2017
Chuck E. Cheese would be the perfect job for a 16 year old. I am not. Management was poor to me due to the fact that most of the staff was over worked and the staff was mostly 16 years old. It's not their fault that they are kids, although I wish management didn't treat them like they were their parents. I didn't like having at second mom or dad at my job. I wanted a boss instead.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 25, 2017
A typical workday will consist of me standing up front and checking parents and their kids in with a special stamp on there left hand to make sure that they all leave together and no one leaves with the wrong parent.
Good place to learn many aspects of business administration
General Manager (Current Employee) – Burbank, CA 91504 – April 24, 2017
I worked here for 14 years I acquired many job skills unfortunately since the main business happens in the weekend we are required to work Saturday and Sunday making difficult to balance work and life.
Innovation, room for advancement, constant training
No a competitive compensation for the amount of work that needs to be done
Salary and benefits are good. Long hours though and you have to be able to work with teenagers, the whole staff is kids. Weekends are crazy and you should know how to deal with breaking up fights, they continually happen at this location
Opening Coordinator (Current Employee) – Santa Maria, CA – April 18, 2017
This place needs a lot of work. The management at this location needs work and the favoritism at the work makes it hassle to get things done. No one is used to hard work and they have a bad habit of getting mad when things aren't already done for them. There is also a lack of communication and the hr department does nothing to resolve important issues.
A great first job
There is a lot of favoritism I. The work environment which make it hard to do ones job
Cast Member (Current Employee) – Lemon Grove, CA – April 17, 2017
Positive place to work in, because your constantly moving around and communicating with other kinds of people. I enjoyed it for the most part. It can get pretty busy and exhausting. A lot of dramaall the time. Love it!