Pros: 50% of food and discounts at many places such as verizon, dickies etc.
Cons: when slow sent home or called not to come in.
A Typical Day at Domino's Pizza When Its Not Busy Is Mainly About Food Prepping and Making Boxes.
I Learned a lot, ranging from where places are, how to make pizza, how to place an order, how it comes through the system etc.
Management Are All Cool and Great People, Never Do You See Any of the Managers Yell at the Employees or Bring Their Private – more... Life to Work.
Like Every Jobs You Have Your Coworkers That Just Don't Want to Do Anything Like Some of the Delivery Experts Just Want You to Cut and Box the Pizza and Have It Ready For the Them to Deliver. But Overall They Are All Good People.
Hardest Part of the Job Is When the Person Forgets to Write the Apartment Number or Gate Code When Ordering Via Online. And You Try to Call and Call and Leave Messages and No One Answers So You Can't Successfully Deliver the Pizza and They Finally Call Yelling at You, Why It Hasn't Arrived.
Most Enjoyable Part Is the Staff Itself and Making the Tips and Seeing Some of the Customers' Who Haven't Ordered Saying or Asking "If I Have a Domino's Card on Me or If They Can Order Online and Where" "Oh I'll Be Calling So Be Ready to Come Back and Deliver to Me Next" – less