Pros: 20% and 50% discount available on food
Cons: no breaks/lunch on an 8+ hour shift
As a driver, I was responsible for driving the orders to customers, taking phone orders, and helping to keep the store in good repair. This included sweeping and mopping, deck brushing the lobby, wiping off counters and tables, restocking the coolers, folding boxes, taking out the trash and recycling, and cleaning dishes and putting them in their place.
I learned a lot about keeping a friendly face on even in the face of adversity. You never know when you can turn an angry customer into a happy one just by your attitude.
The hardest part of the job was certainly dealing with those situations where you were stuck between a rock and a hard place, and had to be the bearer of bad news.
The customers certainly have the power to make it a great place to work, or a not-as-great place to work. I would definitely say they were the best part of the job, because they could very easily turn a poor night of tips into a great one. After all, they are a good 65-70% of a deliver driver's income.
I enjoyed working with my colleagues and co-workers, and management was generally very good at pulling their own weight and helping us out when we got hit late night in order to keep everyone from going home an hour+ late after close.
It is unfortunate that I have to look for other employment, but I was recently in a car accident that left me without a vehicle, so I was forced to leave since I no longer had reliable transportation. I enjoyed my time at Pizza Hut and am very thankful to my manager for giving me a year of employment that was very enjoyable and, for the most part, fit my schedule.