Pros: Free movies, Free popcorn (on break)
Cons: Short breaks, Terrible management
A typical day at work would consist of me clocking in, and waiting about 20 minutes while the managers decided whether to have me in the kitchen or behind the register.
The managers were never on the same page, one would tell me that one thing is allowed, and another would tell me otherwise.
You must have a doctors note if you miss a day, or else you can't work until you get one. I understand why they do this, but it shouldn't be that deal if you're making $7.25 an hour.
If someone quits, and is the only person scheduled to work with another employee, they'll wait until 5 minutes before the shift starts to start calling people in, or they'll make you close the entire theater by yourself because they don't want to spend money on having another employee there even though there was one scheduled.