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Flexible schedule, great pay, easy to use systems, fun and easy going environment, fairly easy work load, easy to move up to AM, tough on your car though
Great pay, easy job
Tough on car, stressful and dangerous occasionally
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Met the owner my first day there. He cares about his workers, from the managers down to the CSRs. Management works together to make sure the store runs smoothly
Can talk to the owner about your concerns
Location is not the best
When I started for the company all I pretty much did was fold boxes and answer the phone, by the time a year rolled around I was making pizzas and by the 2nd I was a key holder to 3 stores and proud of it.. I learned how to delegate and lead properly, through trial and error of course; but I wouldn't change a thing.. In the end, good experience
Fast paced, cooperative, and customer service oppurtunities
Fast paced, cooperative, and handling customer service
Worked 2 different franchises. Now asst. Manager at smaller one. Much better. Know the owner, who cares about his people. Hard work. Long hours, but worth it. Have to work with different personalities, which can be difficult at times. Started as a driver at large franchise. All about the bottom line. Wore my truck out for little compensation. Spent more on upkeep and repairs than I made. I've learned, thru experience, that most of the drivers are lazy and just want to drive. Have to stay on them to actually get anything done. Advancement is possible if you're willing to work for it. When I left the Covington Ga store, most of my coworkers followed me to the new franchise. All management now
You become family
No benefits, lazy coworkers, rude customers
Great place to work. Fast paced environment. Didn't necessarily care for hours but it is fast food. Great company perks and incentives. Upper management enjoys great benefits and awesome travel opportunities.
Benefits, perks, incentives
no breaks, hours, staffing issues
Dominoes Pizza is a new experince to cooking it reqiures you to use corn meal and dough to stretch the dough for pizza and cheese sticks made from stratch
Toss dough in the air
corn meal cause irritation to your eyes
Domino's provide unlimited hours. The hardest part of the job is dealing with such a busy store. A typical day at work for a driver consist of at least $50.00 a day.
Employee Discount, Good Benefits
I worked there for 13 months. The management scheduled me until 11pm, but many nights I was forced to work until 1am or later. The pay was terrible. Because I was a CSR, many times, the managers would leave me alone in the store so that they could earn extra money delivering pizzas, which meant I had to take all the phone orders and online orders and prepare all the food by myself. That caused orders to back up - especially on Friday and Saturday nights - which caused angry customers. I was promised a pay raise and it took over three months before it showed up on my paycheck. It was just a very poorly managed store.
Pay, management, schedule
Franchise owner struggled to keep up with the demands of their position. Routinely hired underqualified applicants, would rehire them after they stole, didn't show up, and behaved abusively to others. Stores were kept in barely passable conditions. Little direction given but lots of criticism. No emphasis on customer service, food quality, or job satisfaction.
Few expectations from management
descent company, drivers paid every day. There is not a great work/life balance. Managers work on average 50 hours a week. Also, managers work ever weekend.
Good work place culture
Poor Job work/Life balance