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Stressful, physically demanding job with bad customer base

I learned a lot working here, including customer service, working a phone, and managing a till, but I'm done. The hours are inconsistent, with them changing every week based on sales, how many people they have working, and the worst part - they will keep you working until they can afford to let you go home regardless of what the schedule says. They will also give you a task to do before going home, which will most likely keep you much longer. I usually go home anywhere between 45 minutes to an hour and a half after I was scheduled to leave. If it's slow and there's 3 or more drivers in the store they will make you go home early. There's no way to really predict it, and it's frustrating. They can schedule you for anything from a 3-hour shift to a 10-11 hour one, and you can most likely mentally tack on an hour or two to assume when you'll likely leave. They close at ungodly hours, ranging from midnight at one store to 2 or 3 a.m. at another one. The pay is inconsistent and hard to track; you're paid minimum wage when you're working inside the store, but once you clock out on deliveries you're paid servers wage, which for the uninformed is less than minimum wage and the corporate expects tips to make up for whatever you don't get. The customers in the store I work at generally live in untrustworthy, impoverished neighborhoods, so they tend to be rude, selfish, and cheap, so you can't rely on them to tip you. You're in the very least paid for mileage, and you're handed your tips in cash at the end of your shift, but you aren't guaranteed to make much. Being a driver doesn't - 

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Great place

I was hired on the spot in the interview and started 3 days later as a delivery driver. Was explained what I needed to do. The job itself was easy - if on the day shift, deliver, some food prep, folding boxes and restocking getting ready for evening rush. If on the evening shift, usually just sat in car waiting for the runner to bring out the order. All in all was a great place to work. I left due to it being a zero hour contract so hours weren’t guaranteed and people who had been there longer were favoured for hours (understandably).

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Free pizza on day shift, pay is decent for job role, fuel paid for, easy

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Zero hour contract
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Fun Job, Meet alot of people, Drive around the Map

Being a pizza delivery driver in itself is great and working for Dominos is even better. The hourly rate is 7.25 an hour but you do get tips plus mileage. Mileage differs by store and so do tips. I only deliver pizza in Downtown Dallas for the tips. Its not worth it anywhere else. The problem with Dominos and other pizza places is the people working there and stress on the mind and body at times. The people that work at pizza places are horrible. Majority are not sanitary or clean including their records. People run their mouth including managers. Racism will happen although not blatant more implicit. Dominos itself will send a girl home if her shorts are too short. They make you wear a hat. They will notice the second you dont have it on. At Dominos they care about the car top alot. The car top is actually a good thing but they force people to use it and it leaves marks on the paint. They will notice it very quickly if you dont use it. They will literally run outside with it and tell you to put it on it can be creepy. Big problems at most stores are also not enough opening/closing drivers and not enough people that wash dishes and take out trash. And people that work there are dumb. They will literally try to stuff an XL pizza box into a tiny trash can meant for paper towels for the hand sink.

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Tips, Independence, Free food, Discounted Food

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Work Environment, Hourly pay, Management, Team Environment
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Productive workplace

Domino's Pizza was a good experience, it was my first job. I learned to work with professional conditions like respect hours, smile to customers, be dynamic..
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