Working at AMC Theatres: Company Overview and Reviews

AMC Theatres
AMC Theatres
3.5
3957 reviews
AMC Theatres Ratings
3.5
Average rating of 3957 reviews on Indeed
3.5Work-Life Balance
2.8Pay & Benefits
3.0Job Security & Advancement
3.2Management
3.5Culture
Headquarter
Leawood, KS
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
$1B to $5B (USD)
Industry
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

Popular jobs at AMC Theatres

 Average SalarySalary Range
Crew Member
566 Salaries reported
$13.05
per hour
$7.25-$24.30
Film Crew
16 Salaries reported
$11.19
per hour
$7.25-$18.10
Manager
14 Salaries reported
$14.10
per hour
$7.25-$25.40
Supervisor
4 Salaries reported
$11.50
per hour
$7.25-$17.25
Cashier
40 Salaries reported
$11.77
per hour
$7.25-$20.25
Salary Satisfaction
40%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 2890 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Overall Reviews at AMC Theatres

3.0
Assistant Manager | Albany, GA | May 5, 2018
Productive and fun palce to wor.
This is a very fast pace job with good customer relation. Good contact with youth. You meet many different people daily. Management is over worked, but the job is full filling.
ProsCustomer relation
Consnone
4.0
Guest Service Agent | San Diego, CA | Aug 27, 2018
fast paced always have something to do
Fun place for first real job free movies growth advancement poor management by the time i left and random hours overall company wise it is a good place to work
Prosfree movies
Conspoor management
3.0
Crew Leader | Thousand Oaks, CA | Jun 16, 2018
AMC We make Smiles Happen (Not for your employees)
I've worked at a theater location since 2015, I am speaking from many years of experience. When I started working here we weren't know as AMC Theaters, it was Carmike Cinemas. Carmike got bought out and switched to AMC brand in April of 2017. AMC has completely taken all fun out of what it's like to work at a theater. At AMC you will be known and graded for one thing. Selling Stubs, what's annoying is by company standards they think anyone will sign up for it. The truth is they won't and I'm going to explain why. AMC Insider, is a absolute joke of a rewards program. It's 100% but the benefits are almost 0. Basically you've got to spend $250 to get a $5 reward, it waves tickets online if you've got 3 or more people in your party which I guess is kinda useful for a family. AMC Premier is the knight in shining armor. AMC is desperately trying to find new ways to brainwash the customer/guest into buying it. You will be worshiped as a God by among management for selling them and will constantly expected to sell them for every 10 guest you help. However depending on how your theater looks seat wise and or screen wise it might not be a place a guest would want to return. I came from an out dated theater and I wouldn't wanna go to a place I didn't find comfortable to sit and enjoy a movie in. This is all the cooperation cares about that's it. You could save someone from a burning projection booth and they'd still congratulate whoever sold the most Stubs that day over you. You'...more
ProsFree movie tickets and discounts
ConsExpecting to sign up everyone for rewards.
3.0
Theatre Manager | Orlando, FL | Apr 9, 2018
its an eh job
My time at AMC has been a rollercoaster. each theatre is different. Each membe of Managemant is different. The last location i was in was a mess. Favoritism throughout Upper Management (GM/SM) was very noticable. Compensation was very low for the amount of work done.
1.0
Cashier/Sales | Flower Mound, TX | Jul 10, 2018
No Room for Growth and Breaks Federal Law
I used to work for AMC Theatres in Grapevine and Highland Village. They would let minors use the oven at AMC Highland Village, which is against federal law. Also, they never let you go on break, which is also the law if you work more than four hours.
5.0
Customer Service Representative | Hazelwood, MO | Apr 10, 2019
Productive Job
It was a nice job and my first call center job. Very faced paced and repetitive. It was slightly easier because we didnt process and kind of payments, we could only add points to accounts.
Prosgood management
Consshort breaks
3.0
Theatre Manager | West Chester, PA | Oct 17, 2018
Horrible work/life balance
Working nights and weekends, you have little to no tie to yourself. A good job if you work during the day and need something to supplement your income
3.0
Ticket Sales Representative | Virginia Beach, VA | Feb 25, 2020
It was ok
No raises but fun when the stop program first came out they were relentless I'm trying to sell that card made it really uncomfortable other than that the free movies it was good
3.0
Business Systems Analyst | Kansas City, MO | Oct 5, 2018
Free Movies
Good job, great people. Not the most organized place. Great hours. Excellent communication between the team, with a strong desire to help each other.
ProsMovies, People
ConsNew Ownership
5.0
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | San Diego, CA | May 9, 2018
Great place to work very busy .
AMC Theater was my favorite job it was fun very fast paced always busy ,got to know customers very well ,very clean , good hours great management I would go back there if I had Not relocated .

Questions And Answers about AMC Theatres

Do you get paid biweekly
Asked Nov 2, 2016
It is once every two weeks. It won't include the week you most recently worked. The payroll week goes by the film week which starts Fridays and ends Thursdays. so every other Thursday, you will receive your direct deposit. If you have a federal bank like USAA for example, you will receive your payment a little sooner like Wednesday instead.
Answered Oct 17, 2019
Biweekly. they go by movies. our week was tuesday to tuesday
Answered Jun 26, 2019
How old can you be to work here?
Asked May 22, 2017
14 with work permit but in California its better to work at 16 and above because there are so many limits on time and what you can do when you are younger.
Answered May 22, 2019
I think you can be at least 18
Answered Feb 21, 2019
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at AMC Theatres? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Jun 20, 2016
Because of the nature of the application (all done online with assessments) the application takes about a week or two before it is able to be seen by the theater. Applications are automatically flagged as "Green" "Yellow" or "Red". Red means you failed the application and are unable to be hired. You can try again in 90 days I believe. If you are Yellow or Green, the theater is able to proceed with the interview process. I always recommend waiting a week or two and then calling the theater when it won't be busy (10am - 5pm Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri) and asking for a manger to inquire about the status of your application.
Answered Oct 17, 2019
I applied for the job on Saturday. Got called back for an interview on Monday. Had the interview on Thursday. And got offered a job on the spot, same day.
Answered May 9, 2019
What is the interview process like at AMC Theatres?
Asked Jun 20, 2016
You get a phone interview with one of the supervisors or managers, they will go over guidelines with you about dress code, hair, tattoos, piercings, etc. then they will proceed to go on with simple questions to get a gist of how you are as a person. They are looking for happy/upbeat crew members. If you pass that part they will give you an in person interview to come in and usually if you pass that interview they will let you know that day or the following day.
Answered Apr 1, 2020
I got a phone interview and the next day I went in for the interview and got the job that day.
Answered Mar 29, 2020
What is the best part of working at AMC Theatres?
Asked Nov 25, 2019
Talking to very friendly guests, getting a discount at the on food and watching free movies; being allowed to bring one guest to watch a free movie
Answered Apr 1, 2020
The people and the ever evolving products we offer in our movie, F&B and amenities in the theatres.
Answered Mar 18, 2020