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I worked for the company for about 4 years , in different states and was promoted to management within the first 2 years. As management team, employees were rude, disrespectful, lazy, and that would be on a good day. The pay rate is BS also. You don’t get breaks, constantly on your feet, running around because no-one wanting to help out. Upper management is terrible at helping with employees interactions/conflicts. I would, honestly, not recommend anyone I know to work for this company. Also, they do NOT offer paid time, or health benefits. I don’t understand why that is in the job listing.
Free Meals, Lots of Hours.
Disrespectful/Rude Employees, No Breaks.
The pay is minimal, scheduling is sporadic and work is fast paced and stressful, with no breaks given even for long shifts. They do not care at all about their employees, and there is no recourse for employees with complaints since they do not have an HR department. Have a problem with management, getting screwed on hours or have an issue with your paycheck? Too bad, there is nothing you can do. Most stores are franchises so experience may vary depending on the owner.Driving for Dominos would be significantly better. Less stressful and at least you make tips. Definitely deliver rather than working inside if you have the choice.
Its a job, if you can't find anything else
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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Domino's is goodPay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Domino's are terribleJob security and advancementIn terms of job security at Domino's, I think its okManagementIn general, managers at Domino's are lazyCultureCollaboration with my colleagues at Domino's is easyOverallMy experience working at Domino's is ok
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I've always loved working for dominos. Sometimes it can be challenging, but, the craziness is worth it. I have met people at this company that will be family for life. It is very busy sometimes but when you make it, you really make it! There is a competitive nature to management there but in a good way. You compete with each other to be the best at your job. Also being able to take a criticism is critical. I do love working here
Food is great
Breaks are kinda based on how busy we are
If you want to work at a place where it feels as if every single person that is above you is not only against you but also trying to get you fired then dominos is the place for you. Not only will you NOT get trained for the position that you have you will also get punished for not knowing how to do said job. Want to get yelled at by customers constantly? Want to work in a terrible environment that can easily get over 90 degrees f without ac or working equipment? Not only will this job do this for you but it will also force you to work without breaks, ain't that the american dream? If you ever get the awful chance to work in this company hopefully you will get a franchise owner that isn't corrupt with nepotism and double standards. The best part of working at dominos is handing in your two week notice.
Driving is the best position at this company.
No breaks, Nepotism, Horrendous management, Corrupt franchise owners.
This is the job you get while looking for the job you really want. Don't buy into the insurance if offered. Wake yourself up and get the career you could be doing going.
You can maybe help others grow and understand.
Managers can be controlling.
You work your butt off for your entire shift with maybe a 10 minute break. Franchise and corporate don’t care what’s happening to you. The franchise owner in Shawano is horrible. He don’t care if you run yourself to the ground working your butt off you will never get a raise. Between the owner and district they make sure that your over worked and under paid. Only thing that’s worried about is making them money.
Good people of all ages, types and sizes working together for the better ao all. Our Customers rely on getting a great safe product knowing we are all doing out best to make this happen. The best part of the job are the Customers letting us know all of the time.
Here is where I learned all of my management skills. They pride themselves on customer support and services. We would daily check reviews and make sure our customers were satisfied.
Not enough pay increase
Domino's gave me a purpose in life. The people there cared about me when I didn't care about myself. They gave me more chances than a parent would because they saw the potential in me, and appreciated the hard work I put in to every second I was there clocked in or not. I used to have a bed in the back of the store, 17 hour shifts were completely normal. Working at Sunset was the most challenging and inspiring time of my life. Domino's leadership team and the whole crew as well taught me how to be a woman and a better person. They've watched me grow from a 16 year old phone girl to a 5 star manager of one of their busiest, and highest security risks stores. We don't stop when were tired we stop when we're done. Thankyou for teaching me how to be accountable and how to have fun doing it. WorkiSunsetSunswas the
The Domino's I worked at was privately owned. The owner underpaid me and 80% of the time never paid me my overtime correctly. Franchises are better to work for than privately owned. This particular owner and I developed problems when I reported him to the labor board.