Party Host (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 14, 2019
Chuck E. Cheese only paid 7.50 for party host. The manager would forget to order cups and forks we would run low a lot. Everyone always called off. Shifts everywhere. Said would give more hours never did. Worked me only 3 hour a day, even though the party’s always loved me and gave me $30+ tips. But my coworkers were friendly, was a good job, just needed more hours and better management.
Game Room Attendant (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – February 13, 2019
It was a very fast paced environment that did not give you time to take a breather. You mostly end up doing most things by yourself and don't get much help. The hardest part was the amount of time they gave you to do tasks.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – February 13, 2019
A typical work day consists of managers who clearly play favorites with their employees. If you aren't one of the employees they like they will talk about you behind your back and make your work day harder than it needs to be. Their managers also tend to micro-manage which is completely unnecessary.
free drinks all the time
hardly any breaks ever, terrible customers, and bad management
Cashier (Former Employee) – Darien, IL – February 11, 2019
Poor Management had favorites those with potential stood in the same starting position & payrate. Poor cleaning mold and mildew in freezer & chuckE costume never washed and it was shared between all employees.
Being able to make someone birthday unforgettable is a great feeling. seeing those big smiles and just wanting to make everything perfect. I enjoyed my stay at Chuck E. Cheese. It was a very great job and I learned a lot through it. Making pizza's, helping kids out with games, playing with them etc.
A day at C.E.C is cool and always fun its always excitement their.You learned how to deal with children and how to socialize with others.The managers was cool had no problems out of them.The hardest part I can say was the kitchen.The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to interact with the children.
50% off anything you buy
You can only use your discount when you are working and for yourself
Cashier (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – February 10, 2019
i enjoyed working alongside other team members who also were determined to make the workplace a successful and productive environment. this company gave me the appropriate experience i need to strive anywhere.
Party coordinator (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – February 10, 2019
Chuckecheese managers will not work around schedule. With me being the only 18 year old I’d be the only person to be cleaning the whole store passed 12. I was told school had to go around my work schedule and the schedules were never a sure thing. It was horrible my old manager was terrible and I wouldn’t want anyone going there. From them finding roaches on the pizza to them using the same dirty rag they would clean the vomit on the floors with right to the guests table. Stay AWAY
No breaks, no benefits, terrible and weak management.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Allen, TX – February 9, 2019
i loved working at chuck e. cheese, but the management wasn’t that great. the supervisor was hardly there. The employees were rude and wasn’t fulfilling there duty to make the customers happy, i felt like i was the only one that gave customers good service!
Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – February 9, 2019
I learned customer service, i learned how to be patient and help customers decided what is best for their families, helping children find what toy is most fun to play with. Management was not awful, it wasn't he best at times when things got busy but there was always someone to help when needed. There was never really a hard part about my job, at times stressful but never something i couldn't figure out or couldn't do.
Overwhelming & sometimes hostile work environment.
Senior Assistant Manager/ General manager (Current Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – February 8, 2019
They constantly keep you under staffed & way over whelmed. Even when the district manager is in the building, he will just either sit there and eat, be on his computer and simply just watch you drown and be yelled at by guests and not even get up to assist. Very tough atmosphere.
Can't think of any at this time.
Understaffed, games always breaking down, horrible leadership by district manager
Cook (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – February 8, 2019
I worked in the back of the house making pizzas. I would prep for day shifts if I worked nights. I used scales and cooking utensils and appliances to complete my job. I enjoyed learning food preparation and food prep. The hardest part of my job was deep cleaning and staying late to close.
Party Host (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – February 5, 2019
I loved this job and probably would even go back one day, I learned how to deal with anger customers, how to solve problems with out a manerger and how to speak out louder. The hardest part of this job was working with each other. There is so much that’s has to be done in order for the store to operate it was a lot on your plate and it’s was always something to do. Other than that they were always flexible with schedule if you needed days off.