2 weeks after drug test and background check
Answered - Usher, Concessions, (Current Employee) - Wooster, OH
Normal time i guess, around 2-3 years depending on the work ratio that they have
Answered - Usher (Former Employee) - Mission, TX
It's about a week, you submit an application, the hiring manager reaches out, you interview, then the background check, then W-4/I-9 etc., then orientation on Thursday, then you start that weekend.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - North Carolina
Length depends on when your application is pulled. Once youre called for an interview you will be hired if you can answer all of the questions. Steps: 1)Put in an application. 2) wait for a call. 3) Have two interviews. 4) Hired(receive uniform)
Answered - Usher/Ticket Taker (Current Employee) - Monroe, LA
A few weeks. From the time you put in the application, it takes getting their attention, waiting for group interview, then training.
If i count in the 90 days where aome employees are simply let go, it takes a few months.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Hanover, MD
Turn in application, wait a long time (sometimes you have to just call and ask), in person interview, wait some more time, hiring process, then wait for two schedules before working.
Answered - Usher/Cashier (Former Employee) - Centreville, VA
Two weeks to get hired. Get interviewed and then come in for orientation.
Answered - Floor Staff Member (Current Employee) - Wooster, OH
A week and they take there time to put you on the schedule after you have orientation
Answered - Bar/ concessionist/ box office/ usher (Current Employee) - Lake Charles, LA
About a month. There is the application which takes about two weeks, the first interview, then the orientation which lasts two days. After a week you start working normally.
Answered - Concession Stand Worker (Former Employee) - Plano, TX
I found out the next day I was chosen for hire then came in a couple days later for orientation. I started a couple days later. So altogether, it took approximately one week to complete the hiring process.
Answered - Concessions Worker (Current Employee) - Denver, CO