Great coworkers, it's like a big family but management doesn't have their stuff together
Box office associate (Former Employee) – Rocklin, CA – August 13, 2018
Management is easy to get along with but is usually not on the same page. Pretty hard to get promoted, unless you're a really hard worker and even then they'll tell you that they want to promote you but expect to wait around like a month-3 for that to actually happen.
Free movies, 50% off food, cool coworkers and managers
Good place to enjoy a good night out with family and/or friends with some descent price food and drink. Friday and saturday are fun. Right after u watch your movie step out and enjoy yourself in their club area.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – August 8, 2018
working in the Studio Movie Grill Plano box office pasition is a relaxing and welcoming place to work. The co-works are fun to get alone with same is said about the managers who run the day to day operation. you get to help customer solve problems to retrieve their movie tickets, change sitting, let them know about daily specials, as well as direct them to there theaters where there movies are playing.
free movies, free drinks, half of on all food, and a rich dynamice atmosphere
Productive,Fun workplace,but serious and fast paced
Runner/Server (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 4, 2018
Studio Movie Grill was one of my favorite jobs although everything's fast-paced it's to ensure the customers quality of experience is 100%. Studio Movie Grill emphasizes on the Customers experience so everything was about that.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Redlands, CA – July 25, 2018
The shifts are no longer than 6-7 hours and depending on when you make yourself available the days you work go by fast. The workplace is almost family like as in once you get to know the co-workers, you're siblings in a sense. The toughest part is the management (exempting the one who schedules shifts) for you make poor decisions left and right and do not plan accordingly and react to bad situations very timely.
working here was okay until the truth started to show, they are very slow in orders and guest always complain about cold food. I wish I could've stayed to rearrange somethings but honestly management can be disrespectful but if you chat to the right people this would be a great job ( Box Office )
Server, Runner (Former Employee) – Rocklin, CA – July 12, 2018
If you have ever had the chance to visit studio movie grill then you know it is one well oiled machine of a restaurant. Workers have their jobs and know what to do. everyone you work with becomes part of one big family.
Server , bartender (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – July 6, 2018
I learned so much from this job. it taught me time management patience and how to memorize anything and everything. you serve up to a clientele of almost 1000 people per 2 hour timespans. the hardest part is having to work with people who do not care about their job because you work on teams and split your tips amongst each other. once you serve here you can serve anywhere. 10 heaters and one of them held up to 375 people. you really learn how to serve at a place like this
once you serve thee on a busy day you can serve anywhere
They work you too hard for the little bit you make an hour with no breaks!
Runner (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 6, 2018
I wouldn't recommend anybody to apply for this job because you only get paid 6.50 an hour if you're a runner plus tips which isn't even minimum wage. They expect you to stay on your feet the whole shift with no break and nobody has a scheduled time to get off so no telling how long they'll try to make you stay.
My time here was shortlived as it conflicted with my school. I would immediately leave school and drive directly to work and I would get home at midnight. Managers don't care about you as a person. You're underpaid, overworked, and disrespected.
free movie tickets
You will not have a life, all you will have to show for your work is a tiny paycheck
Food Runner (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 26, 2018
A typical day at work is hectic. I learned how to work quickly and communicate to guest. The management was very hands on. The workplace culture was playful and very interactive. The hardest part of the job was distributing the work evenly.The most enjoyable part was working with the employees.