Customer Service (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – August 23, 2017
This was one of my jobs in high school that I briefly carried on with during the summers of college. I worked there for a few years and it had its general workplace ups and downs. The upper management was not very good in my opinion.
Floor Staff/ Cashier/ Food Prep (Former Employee) – Austell, GA – August 20, 2017
Regal Cinemas is a job for like high school kids or retired folks looking for just a little cash in their pockets. Not a bad job just not something you would look for as in trying to bring home big bucks.
Concession Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fairbanks, AK – August 18, 2017
This job was fun. I worked it as an adult and I was surrounded by younger high school students. It was fun, but I felt a little old. I worked all over the building, taking tickets, walk through the theaters, ticket sales and food sales. All of it was fun minus the nightly cleaning, which I knew I had to do, but didn't love. It was the only place that everyone in town would go to, because there isn't too much more to do in town. Moving up was very easy if you had some responsibility. I moved to concession supervisor and even almost became manager before I quit and moved into banking.
Floor Staff (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – August 17, 2017
This place is an excellent part-time job during the summer or winter seasons, as the hours are near full-time, sometimes even overtime if you pick up another person's shift. Sure the pay is terrible, and advancement takes years (with full-time availability), which even then only gets you a 50 cent raise. But if you're just starting out, this is a great job to have. But whatever you do, don't work here during the spring, you may only get one 6 hour shift per week if you do.
Flexibility, great staff
Low pay, poor advancement opportunity, low hours during spring season
concessions and usher (Former Employee) – rochester, new york – August 14, 2017
A typical day would include set up and task for the day. I learned to cope when it came to stressful situations and to correct situations. Management was good and helpful. The workplace is either quiet or busy but pleasant. The hardest part of the job is working out your mistakes if you occur any. the most enjoyable time you will get is either, helping a customer, talking to your managers or co workers, going on lunch or going home, knowing you put in a hard day of work at work, and looking forward to another fun day at work!
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – August 14, 2017
Management is nice! Coworkers are all upbeat and free movies are a plus. Only bad thing is cleaning the popper at night, that can be a real task. Shifts get busy so be ready to serve a hundred plus on a busy night.
Floor General (Current Employee) – Waterbury, CT – August 12, 2017
Fun workplace, free movies, discount on concessions. Management it just depends on how the person is. Hardest part of the job is dealing with customers and managers on top of you making sure you say everything line by line. Adding to discounts you also get discounts on certain telephone carriers and other things as well.
Cast Member (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – August 11, 2017
A typical day is usually working in concessions or ticket tearing. You can be standing there for 8 straight hours tearing tickets or serving food and cleaning. The management there are childish people who do not know how to manage. Hardest part of the job was dealing with managers yelling at you when you're confused.
Great first job and good place to advance with in.
Manager (Current Employee) – Hamilton, NJ – August 11, 2017
Regal Entertainment Group is a great company to work for. The benefits are fair and the pay is fair. It is a good first job and even a good career for those who fall in love with the company! There is always opportunity to advance with in and good employee incentives!
Low salary, poor benefits - unused sick/vacation time does not get paid out - only 10 vacation days and 5 sick days/year, no bonuses unless you are at the GM level. Corporate forces you to run the theaters at understaffed levels. It's also hard to hire and maintain good, reliable help 18+ at minimum wage for part-time work. Late nights, weekends and all holidays are required.
Low salaries, poor benefits, holiday & weekend a must
ASSOCIATE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – August 8, 2017
It's a fun atmosphere and a laid-back environment. No unreasonable requests are made of any employees and seeing free movies is a wonderful perk. I would recommend this job to anyone as a first ever job or a second job.
Concession Stand Worker (Former Employee) – Bear, DE – August 7, 2017
most shifts are the same. you may even see the same customers you saw the day before. Great for high schoolers looking for job experience or some extra money. management is management. exactly what youd expect at a movie theater. everyone you work with is probably the same age as you so you probably will get along with most everyone. hardest part of the job is probably cleaning throwup if need be, if not then keeping up with the weekend tempo. most enjoyable part of job was if you worked an 8 hour shift you got a 30-45min break where you could get discounted food and watch some of a movie.