Management, Delivery, and as a Shift Leader (Former Employee), Seattle, WA – September 1, 2013
Pros: free pizza, skills learned
Cons: dangerous sometimes
I delivered pizza and managed other team members when they would deliver as well. My duties were not limited to simply delivering pizza but included working with other people's hours and being able to handle every aspect of the restaurant. I learned how hard work would encourage people to look at us as leaders and then put us into spots that correlated – more... with our leadership abilities. Again I have made such wonderful friends that I would like to keep them for a very long time. Anytime that I am dealing with people on a regular bases I find that I make a number of fast friends. There are customers and other people that I work with that I was able to really connect with. The most enjoyable part of the job was when a customer showed their appreciation or satisfaction with my services. The most difficult part of the job often involved finding addresses. I worked in Seattle in the central district which was a crossroads of all different monikers on the map. This is where roads would change from east to west or north to south or even have a special central address system, all very confusing. I was quickly able to overcome obstacles by studying the city maps. – less
CSR (Former Employee), Ventura, CA – February 19, 2014
Typically I would start taking orders as soon as I walked in, prepare the pizzas and clean up my area and restock ingredients. The management was not that great. The lead supervisor and the shift supervisor were negligent.
Waitress (Current Employee), Sterling, CO – February 19, 2014
Pros: meal credits, free drinks
Cons: no breaks
A typical day at work would involve taking care of customers, including taking their order and drinks, taking care of buffet and salad bar, some cashier skills and some cleaning of the dining area. The managers are nice and helpful. The hardest part of the job is to be able to keep up when it gets real busy. The most enjoyable part of the job is making – more... the customers happy. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Sioux City, IA – February 19, 2014
This job is good for any single person, with no family. Long hours and not compensated as good as you should be for the work you do. But was not a bad experience and I learned allot that I will take with me.
CASHIER, COOK (Current Employee), Detroit, MI – February 18, 2014
Pros: management and coworkers
Cons: pay and benifits
depending on what position I'm assigned greeted customers took orders cash out orders brought out orders prepped food to be cooked swept mopped kept area clean and stocked i learned how to be productive in a fast paced environment co workers have come and gone in the many yrs i have been here but they really make the job hardest part is dealing with – more... unruly customers but i have learned how enjoyable part is helping out your coworkers when needed – less
Prepare food in a timely fashion, while maintaining a sanitary work station.
Cook (Former Employee), Richmond, VA – February 18, 2014
Maintain sanitation, health, and safety standards in work areas. Clean food preparation areas, cooking surfaces, and utensils. Operate large-volume cooking equipment such as grills, deep-fat fryers, or griddles. Verify that prepared food meets requirements for quality and quantity. Take food and drink orders and receive payment from customers. Read – more... food order slips or receive verbal instructions as to food required by patron, and prepare and cook food according to instructions. – less
Shift Manager (Former Employee), Overland Park, KS – February 18, 2014
Pros: manager, employees, work place, locarion
Cons: lazy employees
Come into work and due manager duties, check inventory/prep and make sure the shift is ran smoothly. Day to day I was able to better my communication skills by directly dealing with customers. I had the best management ! He worked hard, cared for his employees and did everything he could to make sure the store ran the way it was supposed too. I feel – more... like I could have had a better set of coworkers to make sure the store ran as affectively as possible. The hardest part of my job was the language barrier I had with some coworkers. The most enjoyable part of my job was building relationships with my coworkers and going to work happy because of my work place! – less
Waitress/ Driver (Former Employee), Tooele, UT – February 17, 2014
Its a dine in pizza hut. The people there are really friendly. the only problem i had when i worked there was the GM. He wouldn't give me any bereavement time after my sister passed away and he fired me 4 days after she passed.
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee), Blackwell, OK – February 17, 2014
Overall fun experience. Customers occasionally cause stress but that's the job. For the most part, it's just food, friends, and fun. Cleaning and cooking is a breeze when the whole team does it together.
cook/phone operator (Former Employee), Mobile, AL – February 15, 2014
Pros: free lunch and half off hotel rooms
Cons: standing in the cold outside durning the winter time
Overnight valet audit person. Nice environment wonderful employess adn management team. Entering valet customer information into the system making sure we got paid for the days and nights that guest stayed at the hotel using our services.
Server (Current Employee), Louisa – February 13, 2014
Pizza Hut keeps me busy, and it has helped me learn a lot in customer service with satisfying the customers. My co-workers are helpful when needed and they are friendly. Management is helpful to the co-workers that may need it.
Server (Former Employee), Dover, DE – February 12, 2014
Pros: $ 1 personal pan pizza and 20 oz soda after 4 hour shift
Cons: no benefits
Managers had no idea what they were doing, drove business away, were rude to customers at times, did not follow up to make sure employees side work/ daily tasks were complete upon leaving shift. The hardest part of the job was having to do my job, serving, and everyone else's as well, such as; up front on register, cutting pizzas for cooks, bagging – more... up deliveries for drivers, helping with prep and dishes. NO STRUCTURE. – less
Cook (Current Employee), Gadsden, AL – February 12, 2014
Make pizzas and specialty items How to make pizzas The management is not very good at the location I worked at Most are good and will help in every way possible There isn't a hard part to it Having good customer satisfaction