Bartender (Former Employee) – Centreville, VA – April 17, 2018
Depending on your scheduled shift at AMF Bowlmor you could be experiencing either extremes in the volume of customers. During the day it would be slow, at night it would be extremely packed. Here I learned about the corporate food experience where many businesses tend to schedule events for their teams. The hardest part of the job was tending to the high volume of customers when we are under staffed, but the most enjoyable part was the interactions with customers.
GENERAL MANAGER (Former Employee) – Virginia – March 11, 2019
Plan to work exteme amount of hours and do not expect corporate to assist with filling employment gaps or providing any support at all. Company has grown through purchasing centers and the support system has not grown with them. As a GM you spend two weeks in NYC "learning" from corporate employees who were promoted via being around when the first center was operating. Of my class to go through the two week training almost none are still with company.
Slave (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 27, 2019
Very mismanaged! Hire a "manager" that is lazy and has no clue what he's doing. Hire lazy kids because no one can work minimum wage job with either a lay off or, extreme cuts in hours during the summer. Very frustrating.
Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 29, 2018
You were required to do alot of task with such low pay. you also have no kind fo life balance if you have a family at home or anything of that this isnt the job for you they are open late like everyday