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good place to start working, it was my first job, I got it so I could pay for my car payment. the people are nice who work there and the job is not to hard
50% off food for emplyees
no scheduled breaks
I worked at Dominos for 6 years.There was no sympathy during any illness or hard times. There was no pay rise arranged with my promotion, there was no respect from other managers and overall the general running during the rush hours, was very messy. In 6 years, my particular store had more than 6 managers that I can remember, and various other shift leaders which would come and go.I was often sent home early or kept on late and sometimes not knowing where I stood. However, I feel like this was just my store and I have heard that other franchises are better.The food is great and I made some good friends who I still cherish to this day. In the end I left due to my manager not taking my health concerns seriously. The stress wasn’t worth it.
Food food, Good staff friendships, Flexible hours
Unregulated shift patterns, Too Long/Too short hours, No breaks
Semi-stressful environment but that’s any typical restaurant job. I think the management can make or break the job. I had a fun, accepting, hardworking manager but the district manager would be stressful to be around when she came in...Very uptight. Felt like she was always waiting for me to make a mistake like using too much cheese 😂. Not a very mentally demanding job, just physically demanding. If you’re attentive to details (i.e. order specifications, labeling, etc.) the I don’t believe it to be a very stressful job overall.
50% discount, tips
Stressful peak periods
Worst place to start off working. Little pay, rude customers who only care about their when their is 80 people in front of them. Managers could careless about their employees
Very stressful, busy, little pay
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First of all, hours are flexible. Great if you're a student and can handle 10 hours of work squeezed into your school schedule, but this can change depending on how busy it is. However, they never set clear expectations on when exactly your shift ends, which may be frustrating to some. Schedules aren't super consistent either unless you're doing the bare minimum.Beginners are usually put up front tagging boxes, occasionally taking phone calls and taking carryouts to customers. From Mon-Thurs it's very relaxed and you're doing everything up front. Fri-Sun is usually much busier + stressful. You'll usually just be doing tags those days, though, and drivers will do carryout. That's how it goes on a good night- sometimes you may not have a ton of help, which is stressful.On the bright side, you get good tips, and everyone there is super nice. You'll occasionally have someone yell at you if you mess up but it's not personal and it's rare anyway.As someone younger, would recommend more as a summer job, honestly. Less hours as a student means you're probably just going to cover the stressful shifts, but if it works for you, go for it.
Good tips, supportive atmosphere, discounted employee meals after 5+ hours shift
Messy management, overwhelming weekends, loud
It's a great job for people who are just starting their working career (preferably ages 16-17) but lacks pay for the amount of effort required for the job.
Great Starter Job, Free Pizza, Learning Experience
Rare Breaks, Stressful Considering Pay
When I started working there, I enjoyed it. The managers were fun and I got along with my coworkers well. Later into the job, they had started working me more and later, even though I was requesting certain days off. Pushed me over the limit when they made me work almost 11 hours with no break and then worked me past the time I have to legally be off during the school days. (As I was a minor when I was working.) and then they told me that I was there “voluntarily” when they wouldn’t let me leave.
50% employee discount
Long hours, no breaks, difficulty getting the days off you need
I was hired as a customer service representative at a store near a college campus. Busiest times, like most food stores, are during night-time and especially during the weekends or sport game nights. The work was very manageable during the busiest hours as long as you communicate with your team and kept the energy. If you run your shift to the end of "rush hours", expect the time to vary, as this means the time the manager releases you. I also learned new things like tossing and working the pizza dough in case I want to make pizza again.
Free Meals Occasionally; Discounted Purchases
Varying Out-Time Shift
I worked at Dominos for about six months. I made great friends and learned a lot about myself and customer service in general. I quit because my manager told me that the store did not trust me safety wise and they were concerned about me. As someone who has been safe and responsible for months, this was hurtful to hear. My manager told me she requested not to work with me. Overall the environment was not ideal and the management was decent.
Hard to advance
Good play for advancement but management sucks, very busy days not flexible hours. My boss was very nit-picky and would constantly make sure we put the exact amount of pepperoni on a pizza.
free food if you have a good assistant manager working
almost no breaks, bad management, rude customers.