Working at Regal Entertainment Group

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Ratings for Regal Entertainment Group

  • Appreciation
    2.8
  • Company Outlook
    3.4
  • Fair Pay
    2.1
  • Learning and Development
    2.8
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.9
  • Pay Policy
    2.0
  • Pay Transparency
    2.7
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Regal Entertainment Group Reviews

What is it like working at Regal Entertainment Group?

Assistant General Manager (AGM) in Thousand Oaks:
Pros: I get to work in a lot of different areas like handling projection, scheduling, training, and customer service.
Cons: They removed the part time management positions in the company which put too much work on the few full time managers at each location.
I love what I do, until the interns discussed the pay taboo.
Marketing Coordinator in Knoxville:
Pros: I do enjoy what I do because I always loved being a manager in the field, and now my works helps alleviate some of that stress and workload for an overworked group of people.
Cons: The transitional process and pay determination was not a conversation I was involved in.
Regal Cinemas.
Assistant Manager, Customer Service in Kailua-Kona:
Pros: I like the work atmosphere and meeting new people everyday from your town. It’s quite the job for social people.
Cons: The new District Manager we have often makes us do many things that aren’t in our job description, he makes us do work that requires a professional in that field to do. We’re not plumbers, painters, woodworkers, and professional handymen. He doesn’t give us a large enough budget to get what he wants done which forces us to do the things he requires. If it’s not done correctly he tells my boss “if they can’t do it fire them and get someone who can” right in front of our faces. It’s frustrating.