Overall Reviews at Regal Entertainment Group
Ticket Sales Representative | Clifton Park, NY | Dec 27, 2019
Perfect for starter job.
This position was my first work experience after high school. It laid the foundation for customer service and cashier skills. The management was supportive, and free movies was an added bonus.
Ticket Sales Representative | Killeen, TX | Jan 9, 2020
Productive fast paced environment
It is an extremely fast paced job. There are many times you have to think on your feet and keep on top of things. Everyone likes to make sure that you are well informed on different aspects of the job and if not they are more than happy to teach you.
Ticket Sales Representative | Bowie, MD | Feb 21, 2020
Regal was a great experience. Met lots of new/great people.
Working for Regal came with many different task, but taught employees how to do a little bit of everything. I learned many different customer service tactics to use in almost any situation. Management was very flexible with my school schedule at the time.
Cashier | Fort Walton Beach, FL | Dec 7, 2019
Poor management great first job
This is a fantastic job to work if you’ve never had a job. But once you get a certain age you can’t work here forever not to mention the managers are very rude and they don’t care about the job at all which if you work there they will tell you that. I was happy to work here when I was 15 but at 17 plus you have to move on and move out.
Floor Staff | Centennial, CO | Feb 11, 2020
A Worthwhile Experience
Overall I have enjoyed my time here. Throughout high school and college, this job was a great rock to rely on as it helped me financially and socially. I was able to meet many great people, and I am happy to have had the opportunity to work here. I feel like I have excelled in my customer service, time management, and employee management skills overall. The most daunting part of my job when I became a manager was to change the lamp bulbs, but with a steady hand and a patient mind, it became easier and easier to do.
Cashier/Sales | Fresno, CA | Dec 7, 2018
Fast-paced, under pressure, work family.
There are days where you'll be under a lot of pressure because of a new and famous movie coming out; But, it balances out because there are super slow days where you'll only see a few customers. Management always worked around my schedule and tried to make everyone feel comfortable. Working a customer service job is not easy but the employees made it a fun-filled environment.
Prosdiscounts on concession items, free movies.
Consno healthcare benefits for part-time employees.
Deputy Manager | North Charleston, SC | Oct 7, 2019
New structure and low pay
Pay scale is below what others offer. My location is closing but no info on when. Low staffing level and no support from corporate. Losing my love for the company.
Usher | San Antonio, TX | May 30, 2019
Great first job!!
overall my time there was my favorite job very relaxed easy going , the only thing is that the manager was a bit ... lets say particular on how he liked the place and jobs put in order. Other then that he was very understanding and I thank him for being hard on me taught me alot of good things!!! Other then that the e,employees were always a hit and miss , very immature but overall no bad beef at the time i was there . I feel like this is where you learn alot about people and some good life skills .
Crew Member | Fairbanks, AK | Oct 7, 2018
Terrible place to work but free movies
Always rush hour and never a time to just breath. I learned how to cash handle and to always be on my feet. The management was terrible and seemed like we should be afraid of our boss. Work place was always stressful and boring. Hardest part about the job was the constant hour changes and not being informed ahead of time. The most enjoyable part of the job was the free movies and some of the crew.
ConsDisrespect, low pay, constant fast pace
Concession Stand Worker | Lake Mohegan, NY | Sep 17, 2019
Wide range of tasks and responsibilities
At the Regal Entertainment Group location where I was employed the work load was divided evenly and fairly. Box office was responsible for keeping their own work spaces clean. The Concession Stand responsibilities were divided based on the amount and experience of individuals working that shift.