Concession Stand Supervisor/Maintenance (Current Employee) – Centreville, VA – February 4, 2018
I have been working at the cinemas 28 years and going seen a lot changes in that time. It is fun at times and hard at the same time. There are issues that need to be addressed but overall it has its moments.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 17, 2018
If you love movies this is definitely the place for you, because you get to enjoy movies for free and can bring one additional guest for free also. The only downside is the management isn't the greatest. They can pick favorites.
Easy job, but management didn't connect with employees
Beaverton - Crew Member (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – July 16, 2018
Cinemark was a really easy job. There wasn't much to master, and ever the shift lead position was easy to achieve. Management was the only problem, and pay advancement. The top manager only knew a few employees, such as the shift leads and other managers. Employees who've worked there for over a year still feel as though the top manager doesn't even know their name. People who have been loyal employees that managers rely on to help train new employees are receiving the same pay as new employees.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Roseville, CA – July 16, 2018
I had a lot of fun working for Cinemark. The hours were flexible because the hours of operation were so long. You make friends fairly quickly, though cleaning can be a pain. Overall its a good place to work as an employee.
Usher/Ticket Taker (Current Employee) – Redwood City, CA – July 13, 2018
I like working at Cinemark it's a fun place to work and the people there are real cool. I work hard cleaning the theaters and I have a great personality and am friendly with the customers when I work podium.
free movies and free drinks and popcorn and half off snacks
Usher/Ticket Taker (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – July 12, 2018
It was a chill job. I was an usher so we just cleaned the theaters and lobby. Managers were wack thats why i left. And if yall trying to eat roaches then for sure go to the one at the pike. But enjoy luv
Ambassador/Concessionist (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 9, 2018
As though Cinemark may be a fun workplace, it is also not a place i see myself working for much longer. Employees are not heard along with not being able to expirience new opinions in the various departments Cinemark provides.
free movie passes, a 50% discount 30 minutes before and after ones shift
people are not heard/get ignored, employees don't get paid enough for whats being done for the company
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Orem, UT – July 9, 2018
I loved working for cinemark they were great, the people were good and the management was perfect, the reason I decided to leave was because I felt like I wasn’t getting paid good enough to help my family with what they needed
Concession Worker / Usher (Former Employee) – Monroeville, PA – July 7, 2018
Most of the managers were kind, but the general manager is unfair and quite rude. I was working full time hours on part time pay. However, the co-workers are very friendly and i am still close with a few to this day.
Only two days off per month, unfair treatment, unfair pay
Manager (Current Employee) – Carson, CA – July 5, 2018
Cinemark , breads great culture of people and energy yet the pay is not as rewarding and it can be very demanding as a manager with not much payback for it. But if you can get past the pay the job is very secure and fun.
Concession Worker (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 3, 2018
Loved everybody I worked with. Loved working and helping customers. It was actually so much fun working there. The pay wasn't all great but i definitely learned alot and had a great experience working at cinemark
Usher/Cashier (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – July 2, 2018
Worst company ever. During busy times when big movies come out they expect you to work 60 hours a week but don't pay overtime. They don't even offer benefits to full time employees and they didn't acknowledge my work until I put in my two weeks for a higher paying job.