Concession Worker (Former Employee) – Cedar Falls, IA – August 28, 2018
The staff the management the benefits and the whole experience working here is amazing no one is ever arguing with each other eveyone can collaborate and cooperate with each other making it a very stress free place
Theatre Associate (Current Employee) – Brookfield, WI – August 26, 2018
Many of the managers at the Brookfield location are inconsistent with hints that are deemed correct or incorrect. One manager will say something is okay while another disagrees. Many of the theatre side employees do not do their job well and end up causing me to do the work. They are also beginning to hire new high school aged employees for their first job and are getting paid higher than associates that have been working there before the pay increase which is only being offered to new employees. The vending stand is also extremely dirty and rarely, if ever deep cleaned. Overall, many of the personalities there are great and they are nice people. However, these are not the people I would want to work with but rather spend time outside of work with.
Free Movies, 30% discount on hot food 30 minutes before or after your shift
No breaks if your over 18, low pay, no benefits, rare opportunities for overtime
Associate (Former Employee) – Rosemount, MN – August 13, 2018
Good place to start out and earn some cash. Do not work here too long unless you plan on becoming a manager. The pay is better as a manager and you get more hours, but there is less flexibility in asking for time off. More opportunity for raises as a manager.
Associate (Current Employee) – Country Club Hills, IL – August 9, 2018
This job is very great, you're able to learn things that can help you throughout life. Due to Tuesdays being discounted to the public, the job can be overwhelming but you're able to stick it out. Especially when managers are working with you. Everything is EVERYTHING at this location besides the pay.
Ride Operator/Laser (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – July 18, 2018
Working at the Funset Boulevard of Marcus Theaters was pretty interesting. Had a lot of different type of people who worked there and all other workers were friendly and easy to get along with. You also got to meet a variety of people although on average most are young kids and their parents.
free game tokens, half off discount for employees, free entry to rides, and free movies.
entry level associate job is ie part time is low paying.
Decent high school job, but no opportunity for advancement.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Elk River, MN – July 13, 2018
I got this job when I was 17. It was a very fun and carefree work environment, but into my college years I realized there was little opportunity for advancement or even a pay raise. Other than that, I would highly recommend this job for a high schooler!
Bartender, Banquet bartending, server (Current Employee) – Oakdale, MN – June 27, 2018
Marcus has poor training & advancement opportunities. The hardest part of the job was making sure that the health & safety standards were complied with, I have learned that I have high standards and will not waver them even under stressful situations. The most enjoyable part of my job was serving the customers, and working with my co-workers whom were amazing and work as a team.
50% off meals
no breaks, no suport from managers, limited training and advancemet opportunities
Theater Associate (Former Employee) – Orland Park, IL – June 9, 2018
All Jobs are pretty easy to learn but the customers frequently harass the employees because of the prices of the products. Scheduling is a frequent issue with the managers scheduling you for days you said you weren't available for.
Concessions (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – June 6, 2018
Go into work, serve some customers and then left. I didn't learn anything. Poor management. Slow paced. The hardest part about the job was standing and doing nothing. The best thing was probably the free movies.
Co-workers are around the same age so that’s a plus. Fun Environment.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Sun Prairie, WI – June 5, 2018
The managers are rude and aren’t fond of the kids. That’s the only part that’s bad plus the scheduling. If people need more hours they should be able to pick them up but no because of the rare of pay. Even shift leads get paid below minimum wage. A typical day at work isn’t so bad but it depends on the peope you work with that day.
Ussher/concessions (Former Employee) – Menomonee Falls, WI – June 3, 2018
This job definitely resembles a love/hate relationship. Most of the coworkers I had were great. Despite the long, grueling hours we worked and the people we had to deal with, we often made work fun. When you have to work until 2 in the morning some nights, you get to know people very well! Before working here, I was a bit shy. Not only did work force me to talk more but everyone here was so outgoing and fun it forced me to be, too. I definitely learned the true meaning of working hard, however I only got paid minimum wage here. The reasons why i left include low pay, long/crazy hours, and schedule flexibility. Also you often didn't get breaks if you were 18 or older.
F&B Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – May 18, 2018
Long work hours, work life balance doesn't exist if you are a member of the management team. Can be fun and fast paced work environment. Too many managers giving different direction, can be very confusing as to what to do first and how to prioritize.