Shift Leader (Former Employee) – Suisun City, CA – August 13, 2017
Its a pizza place. You get what is to be expected here. You make pizza and clean up any messes you make in the process. closers get the rough end of he stick because they have to clean up all the messes any one else had made throughout the day.
Free food, cool discount, pretty laid back atmosphere most of the time
Driver (Current Employee) – University Place, WA – August 10, 2017
Laid back place to work, but lacking stable hours, and has zero benefits besides discounted food. Quick is the name of the game when working at round table because if your more time efficient you will work more hours then others
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Sonora, CA – August 10, 2017
Chill most of the time laid back job, during rushes or summer gets a little hectic. Definitely gets boring and lots of cleaning is required. Closing the store takes a long time and there are many tasks to do.
Manger/Delivery (Former Employee) – Canyon Country, CA – August 8, 2017
This was a very enjoyable job especially for a student. Great owners and great employees. Delivery pizza is a very enjoyable job for a fly on the wall type of personality just to see the range of characters you run into multiple times in a shift. They promoted me quickly to manager so they were a very willing to give me an opportunity to be a key holder.
Flexibility and opportunity of managing a business.
Cashier/Food Server (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – August 7, 2017
Working at round table was alright. The one thing I loved about working there is getting great employee discounts for my family. It's an easy job! There are some stressful busy days, but they were bearable. One thing I disliked about working there was dealing with very creepy employees. A couple of the guys got fired for harassment, which was a weird time for all of the women employees. I ended up leaving the job because the employees were miserable to work with, but the worst part was that the manager never enforced the company regulations like he was supposed to when bad situations would happen at work. I haven't worked there in over a year, but I hope round table is more thriving these days.
Productive and great work place with games for children
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Delano, CA – August 2, 2017
Typical days at work are usually busy I have learned a lot working with the company as in management wise, product wise, and how to keep a business up and running The hardest part of the job I would say is being short-handed employees working on a busy night The most enjoyable part of the job I would say is the crew members, we are all like family and enjoy working together as a team
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Simi Valley, CA – August 1, 2017
This is a good place to work if you have no job experiences. Management is not very good so be prepared for that. Overall, if you are looking for somewhere to make a few extra dollars without having complicated work, this is the place for you.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Antelope, CA – July 31, 2017
It was fun when I first started. Loved making pizza. The hours were good when I was still in school. Be came a supervisor shortly before I graduated. Then figured out how they treated people after that. They were sexist against straight people.
Team Supervisor & Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Spanaway, WA – July 27, 2017
When i first got hired it was the greatest work place. But as the management changed so did the work environment. It became more stressful and intense, when I first started they knew about me starting school in a few months after being hired. As time went on though my availability changed because of schooling and they cut my hours because of it right before letting me go due to availability. It was very upsetting and made it where I don't want to ever work for that company again.
Discounts on food
Inmature workers and very demanding not able to eat in between deliveries.
General Manager (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – July 27, 2017
Spent the 1st 12 years of my workforce career with Round Table Pizza, and the skills I gained have laid the foundation for my current role as a leader with a finance company. learning how to deal with people/crew members and customers was a real pleasure.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Monterey, CA – July 23, 2017
Working for Round Table Pizza was definitely a worth while experience as I was given the opportunity to learn about fast-paced service with a quality and reputation to maintain. Given that I worked here for less than a year, but at least 8 months, I can confidently say that because this is a major corporation, obeying rules and regulations is worth following because it gives a good start to a productive and well-studied worker. Depending on whether it was an opening shift, closing shift, or mid-day shift the days are never the same. Some are super busy and others are super slow, but that doesn't mean that you get to stop and start your productivity whenever you please. The management at my particular Round Table Pizza was a dedicated individual. In the workplace we had fun while getting the job done the best we could. The hardest part of the job was most likely busy days what with all the pizzas to make in a timely fashion and of course the dishes that came with those many pizza orders. The best part of the job was making the pizza or working the register honestly because I found it the most fun.