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working at dominoes was definitely a stressful experience you start off really easily as a CSR and you can either work your way up to be a low level manager or maybe someday become a higher level manager but overall being a CSR is one of the easiest positions I’ve ever had to deal with and being a manager was a -10 out of 10 experience because if you are somebody who is “ not very approachable “ you will get stepped on and skipped over while everybody else rises above you
fun work environment
no breaks at all except bathroom.
Work-life balanceIt is inconvienentPay & benefitsThis is the worst paying job you can getJob security and advancementThe company thrives because they are not required to pay you a fair wage. They will work you as hard as possible. No raise in sight.ManagementDo not work here. It is a trapCultureI would not recommend this place. It's horrible.OverallGreedy and immoral company who leeches of the young workers naive nature. This is not a company that you will ever have been satisfied to have worked at. The only person who ever profited here was the ceo.
Good place to work at for a high school student. A lot of moving, fast paced environment. Pay is good, hours are pretty flexible. Nice for people who can stand and move all day
free food, flexible hours
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Good job many benefits and a great environment to be in . Working at dominoes have me a better insight on how to talk to people and meet there needs and to not get frustrated or overwhelmed when we get hit with a load of orders . Also help me to be organized.
Discounts on food
The company I currently work for is so much better than the last one I worked for. Despite this from the two companies and multiple stores I have worked in management is still bad, the management does not care about their employees at all. The management I have worked under have been terrible, lazy, and rude. The only positive thing about working at dominos is probably the people you meet and the flexibility they give with their schedule.
Domino's was a very fast-paced environment with very little rest. Customer Service driven industry. Daily routine consisted of taking customer orders over the phone, making orders that came in online, prepping for the food line, catching the pizzas coming out the oven, setting up orders for delivery drivers, and finalizing orders that were going to be picked. End of day duties included cleaning, counting drawers, closing out drivers, and closing the store for the end of day.
Domino's didn't offer in terms of pay or benefits, but they gave you respect. I know it sounds like a cliche but what I enjoyed about the place was I knew my coworkers liked me, even my bosses. Working at other dead-end jobs you feel management would rather you be a robot, but at the Domino's I worked I felt valued and liked.
pizza, lots of alone time
Working at Domino's was a fun experience, but it was very challenging. The store I worked at was in a very densely populated area and when it rained or got busy, we couldn't handle the volume of orders, making the job extremely stressful. The managers cycled through (were fired or quit) so often that the people, like me, who stayed with the store had to pick up the slack and teach the managers about the area without any extra incentive or pay and then do it all over again when they left. Raises and opportunities for advancement were limited due to the lack of continuity from one manager to the next. Training of drivers was not effective if it happened at all.
Fun work environment most of the time, good tips if you work hard.
Few incentives to stay, short staffed too often, store was in an area too densely populated to operate effectively in.
Domino's is on the short list for worst places I have ever worked. The company on Oltorf in Austin is a franchise, run by racists who only offer advancement to Hispanic employees while people of ALL colors are doing all the work. Absolutely disgusting how openly racist they were.