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It was a simple job of answering phone calls and taking their orders. If a customer came to the store to pick up a package it is simple as many have already paid and all you need is for them to sign the receipt.
You deliver pizzas, you help inside. It's not amazing, it's delivering pizzas. You rely on other people to make a living. The more runs, the more money.
Free pizza, flexible schedule sort of, easy job
Pay, reliance on others kindness
Location subject to robberies often and company still did not issue security or patrol under knowing such information. The business is fast paced as economic but not breaks given formally had to vatch a break when it was slow running.
As a manager I get a lot less than we should be getting. Dealing with customers, having to deal with teenagers and drivers who think they can run the building is quite irritating. On top of that nothing means more to these people than numbers, in terms of load times, sales, door times, and have overall little to no regard for the staff and their personal time. Often times would get in trouble if denied going in on my day off and would overall be mistreated. It's a fairly good entry position for teenagers but as part of the management teams not at all full. Not to mention you get no benefits, PTO, college/ tuition help, or money for medical purposes unless liable to the company. Also never once received a break while there.
good starting position
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In a typical day in my last position I fulfilled management tasks of opening and closing the facility, as well as overseeing a staff of seven individuals. Throughout the day I completed various administrative duties as well, including answering phones, drafting documents and emails, filing and greeting customers. I also provided strong customer service and resolved customer issues.
It’s a good job and all but the pay is horrible for starters. You start at 7.25 and in order to get your first raise you have to get your food card. If you already have your food card then you start at 8.50.
Easy but fast paced, only good for high school and college people with no bills unless you want to go into upper store management and up
Summary basically covers it, coming in for work sucks when you have to close, customers can be an unreasonable pain, but as long as you know what you're doing and deal with the job you'll be fine
Things here are pretty fast paced and fun. Guess you shouldnt work here if you cant catch on easily! The three day training shifts are pretty good but they dont teach you about food, That responsibility is for the store to do. Some of which dont really do for you. But its still a pretty decent job for the most part. My manager is a bit mean but thats fine, Can't expect everyone to be nice
The time that I worked at Domino's involved coming into work for 5-6 days a week for about 6 hours a day. Every day was a toss-up of whether or not I would make enough money to cover my gas expenses as well as make at least minimum wage. Some days I'd walk away with $100+ in tips, but the majority had me walking away from a day with $30-$50. The store that I worked at had a little bit of trouble maintaining management for more than a year, but other than that, the general atmosphere and attitude of my coworkers was very nice and friendly. One of the biggest pros to working here was that often, I would get a free meal for the day that I worked.
Great atmosphere and coworkers. Free food most of the time.
Loose management and too much of your paycheck is put to chance.