Crew chief (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 6, 2017
Working in domino's has provided me with so much knowledge in management being the age of 17. But the best part about working there was always getting a long with the staff and almost feeling like a family. The pay was not as great for a crew chief. Working for $9.00 per/h was not much fun but I made due and tried my best at this position to potentially further my endeavors. The management was not that great, there was no paid time off, and you never got off on holidays. They also did no compensate for working holidays.
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Port Charlotte, FL – May 22, 2017
The primary goal of a delivery driver is to get the pizzas to the costumer as fast as legally possible. However, one is expected to preform alternative tasks such as pizza/sides making and participate in the general store chores.
Its a place where you can make quick money if you start as a driver, fast paced for the most part. Fun enviornment. If you are looking to grow in the company you can make it a career by becoming a shift leader, then manager and enventually a general manger. For me it was a good way to make money and study
Cashier/Cook (Former Employee) – Forest Lake, MN – May 22, 2017
Great new experience, learned a lot about food preparing, management cared about their employees and safety, Friendly environment, being really busy and having to be rushed without messing up any part of the order, getting free pizza
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Eagle Rock, CA – May 22, 2017
A typical day would be to set up the store with all of the equipment needed,turn on computers and the oven as well as count the money in the drawer to make sure no money was missing. I learned how to manage a group of people as well as train them if they were new. the hardest part of my job was dealing with the stress of having to keep your sales up but saving money in other areas as well as dealing with supervisors who were not understanding and not being able to have any major plans because i was always working or being called into work to cover someone else's shift.
The store went through 3 different managers the times I was there none could bring the store back up none was ready and all asked to be demoted. But still great business i wouldnt trade in my experience i gained
fun group of guys who could have fun while working without messing up
Salesman (Former Employee) – Clemmons, NC – May 22, 2017
come in and start making pizzas or prepping whatever the openers decided not to do or simply failed to do so that we could be prepared for lunch. constantly interface with customers walking in to place orders or on the phone with a smile and cheery attitude
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 22, 2017
It's a ok place to work. Not so great. I been working at Dominos almost a month or so now. I learned how to make pizzas so my supervisor kept trying make me fix the pizzas. I was told by a co worker that I'm not suppose to fix food because I could get in trouble in pulse I don't get Paid to fix food so my supervisor got mad at me in Cut my hours
It's an alright job to help you get by for a few months. I would recommend having a first and primary job to help with income. During the summer they get slow and send people home when the work load is too high.
Delivery Driver and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Lansing, IL – May 21, 2017
Domino's was a wonderful place to work. Great people, great food, and great service. Everyone works together so you aren't bogged down with one task all day long. Compensated well for the job, except that they only provide a discount for employee meals.