Provides good relationships with co-workers, however management and leadership lead one to question whether or not it is worth it to stay.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Sandy, UT – January 26, 2018
Due to short staffing, a typical day at work is chaotic and stressful unless we have customer numbers of less than 50 each hour for movies. I have had to work full time hours on a part time salary for months so what I have learned is how to cook quickly, be practical so we don't fall behind in our orders, and how to be a leader for my co-workers when the team leaders are lacking or don't see something that needs leadership on. Management is not the greatest. If we get sick with a small case of the stomach flu someday, we are still required to show up unless we can get it covered it or get a doctor's note, which is very unlikely for minor sicknesses. Bad behavior and attitude problems are very much overlooked until enough people have complained. Most of the time, some team members will slack and so the rest have to do more work for less credit and just aren't recognized for it unless somebody brings it to attention. The work culture itself is often fun and close as long as you don't anger somebody. Even amongst team leader's there's some nepotism going on in which if the leader doesn't like you, you'll often get the short end of the stick. Time management is also pretty bad as I've gone some nights and mornings without a break.
40% discounted food items, some free and discounted movies at the Megaplex theatres, discounts at other Larry H. Miller entities.
30 minute breaks, no PTO, need shift covered no matter the emergency, rarely get all RTOs, not really recognized for achievements, short staffing makes PT workers work FT hours and shifts.
Service Advisor (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – January 28, 2018
It is amazing working here. Everyone gets along well together. We have days we pull pranks on each other (incl managers and GM) and everyone just has a blast! They truly care about whats going on at work as well as personal life and make sure youre taken care of.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Peoria, AZ – August 9, 2017
Everybody that works here thinks there better than you no matter what position they're in. And if you like HR to be the most crooked people you've ever seen - Work here. There's not enough coolers in the service area for it being 110+ degrees and you get in trouble for trying to stay cool.
Buffet Attendant (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 30, 2017
On a Typical day we would show up at 4 and clock in. From there the people that showed up early would bag popcorn or restock silverware. When time came to feed the people everybody would get serious for the two hours and get things done. When The two hours were up they gave us 20 minutes to clean everything and put everything away and still eat. To end it all we would give people nachos and cheese.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 16, 2017
Other dealerships will pay way more for your number count. Get paid less than what you worked for and if you have a correction on pay you have to chase your money and alot of the time argue to get what is owed to you. You will not have a lifew outside of work. Can not have cell phones out well you are at work and if you are in sales the cellphone I believe is your lifeline. Employees are nice but friends don't pay your bills.
It's a good place to work. But there's a lot of competition. Over 40 sales people on the floor, And the hours aren't the best at all. They switch every week and you only have either Tuesday or wendsday off.