Main Event Job Training

45 employees reported this benefit
Updated May 27, 2015
15 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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Mar 24, 2020
Former Food Server in San Antonio, Texas

Training is paid and done on the floor or on an iPad.

Sep 7, 2020
Current Gameroom Attendant in Olathe, Kansas

The best thing about the training is that it’s very hands on. It’s quick, kinda fun, and easy.

Aug 27, 2019
Current Main event in Lawrenceville, Georgia

The job training is amazing , they are there to help you when needed and show you the way , to becoming a great worker.

Feb 16, 2018
Former Lead Line Cook in Avondale, Arizona

Send better employees out the state to train the workers opening up new stores instead of training their own employees on new menus and recipes.

Jan 2, 2018
Current Party Hostess in Plano, Texas

Terrible training. The trainers don’t know how to train, and they leave you completely unprepared to work on your own.

Jun 22, 2017
Current Server in Shenandoah, Texas

Decent, all depends who your trainer is. Most people will gladly help you out if your struggling. POS system is outdated.

May 25, 2017
Former Employee

Rude trainers rude remarks. Not very friendly at all. They look miserable at least in my department.

Nov 18, 2016
Current Games Attendant in Stafford, Texas

You get a three or four day training in which you are constantly moving all around the building, which is a good thing because you learn things very quickly this way.

Oct 18, 2016
Current Operations Manager in Houston, Texas

The training program is in a total mess. There is no follow up from corporate & everything is outdated using paper files. A learning management system in place for all employees (not just managers) is necessary, as well as having an operations manager whose sole department is training.

Oct 1, 2016
Current Employee

Training team is top notch. Everyone is invested in your success.

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