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My co-workers were very pleasant to work with. Overall the experience was new and fun. Hours are very flexible. I was in school full time and employed part time. Sick time and PTO is offered which was nice to have. Always staying busy. Higher pay would’ve been nice. Not much room for a higher up position. Only 2 positions are offered higher than Assistant manger, which didn’t really interest me. This job is primarily on your feet, whether it’s helping behind stand, selling tickets, stocking, etc.
I have been with the company for over 5 years and one of the many aspects that makes Cinemark a wonderful company is their professionalism. The company is professional in all respects, including employee relations, customer service, and general operations. Their professionalism makes working enjoyable, as well helping to provide a fun, safe environment for guests to enjoy.
Flexible hours, minimum wage starting pay, with a possibility to move up in the company. Bad communication, poor support for LGBT (corporate office is based in Texas might influence that). Uniform strict. No piercings, visible tattoos, and long hair on men frowned upon. While attracting artist, film enthusiasts, and colorful people to work there, the job can be very restrictive.