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Chuck E. Cheese Sick Days

65 employees reported this benefit

Updated Jul 21, 2014
2.8
16 Ratings

Employer Summary

Chuck E. Cheese's employees receive paid sick days.

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Feb 11, 2021
2.0
Former Technical Manager in Amherst, NY, New York State

Couldn’t use them and highly discouraged unless you were “supposedly” sick. But everyone needs a personal or mental health day(s) once in a while! 😉 My opinion was the should have combined them with regular PTO!

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Feb 24, 2020
3.0
Current Sales Associate/Cashier in New Orleans, LA, Louisiana

The best thing is if your sick all you need to do is call or go on the app and request the day off

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Apr 8, 2019
2.0
Former Employee

Well since the company was required by law to give even part time workers sick days it's not that amazing they do. That said you get up to 30 hours off before the time stops building up. Which can be a problem as that is a very low number that fills up fast making you feel like your wasting your sick days if you don't use them but if you really get sick it's only about 3-4 days off. Worse is getting your day off highly depends on your where you work. If your kid check or something any one can do it's fairly easy to get the time off, though they usually try and make you cover it yourself and call around. Effectively doing the managers job while your sick and off the clock. But if you work a job that is not easy to do you can expect to be shamed into showing up even while sick more often than not. If you do take a day off expect nothing to have been done while you were gone. You get to roll into work the next day with twice as much work to do.

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Jan 29, 2019
1.0
Former Technical Manager in Atlanta, GA, Georgia

You may get sick but the work is waiting for you when you get back. Better to work sick than take time off

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May 4, 2018
3.0
Former Assistant Technical Manager in Redwood City, CA, California

You get like 3 or 4 days.

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Mar 19, 2018
4.0
Current Senior Assistant Manager in San Antonio, TX, Texas

I think sick days are fair, hours accumulate for every certain hours worked. Only con is that when leaving the company, sick pay will not be given.

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Jan 30, 2018
1.0
Former Assistant Restaurant Manager in Fort Worth, TX, Texas

Sick days are used as PTO

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Oct 25, 2017
1.0
Former Assistant Manager in Charlotte, NC, North Carolina

You have to show up to work and prove your sick before you can get the day off

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Jul 29, 2017
1.0
Former Cashier in La Crosse, WI, Wisconsin

There were four sick days offered PER YEAR. And as a former employee, I got sick a lot because kids would cough on me and get snot on me. Luckily I worked weekends and did not get sick enough to not go to work.

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Jun 27, 2017
5.0
Former Cashier in Franklin, TN, Tennessee

We all got Fifteen sick days.

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