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  • Boca Raton, FL
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2000
  • Company - Private
  • Ticket Sales
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)

CompetitorsUNKNOWN allows customers to use the Web to purchase movie tickets in advance, and access show times, movie reviews, and trailers. Moviegoers can also purchase tickets via phone at 877-789-MOVIE. In addition, users of the online ticketing service can print out tickets, ... Reviews

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Joel H. Cohen
Joel H. Cohen
12 Ratings
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Mar 10, 2016 - Anonymous Employee in Boca Raton, FL
Positive Outlook


Casual work environment with flexible hours. Very open to the need to balance work and family. CEO cares about employees. Small enough company that there are no politics. Everyone has access to


Everyone has access to CEO and they expect him to solve their problems. Employees need to learn how to talk to each other and work as a team with one common goal and set personal goals aside.

Advice to Management

Get rid of negative people - they only bring down the company down and there is a lot of good stuff happening at MovieTickets.
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  1. SQL Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boca Raton, FL
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at (Boca Raton, FL) in Mar 2016


    The overall process was fairly typical except that it was pretty quick. I got an e-mail from HR to set up an interview time. At the appointed time, I came in and filled out an application at the front desk and then the interview began. I was asked a pretty simple, in my opinion, set of questions. I was given some info on the position and asked if it fit with what I would enjoy doing. It very much did. Met with a couple other people that were primarily interested in whether I'd fit into the org personality-wise. It's kind of hard to convey personality via Q&A, but I think I did OK. The whole thing took about an hour and when I left I had a very good vibe and expected I'd hear back within the next day or so. When I got back home I immediately sent a follow up e-mail to thank them for the interview and to express my excitement about the position.

    And that's, more or less, the end of the story. I've gotten no response from them. After a week I called the HR person who'd originally e-mailed me and left a voice mail and politely asked for a status update. I never got a return call or mail of any kind. Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I still expect to be afforded some common courtesy. If someone grants you an interview, you send a thank you back afterward. If someone interviews with you, you give them a phone call to say either yea or nay.

    If I wanted to return only the first X number of records, how would I do that?

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