Cashier/Food Prep (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA – July 12, 2016
typical day involved pizza making/cashier duties and front of the house duties. I learned how to handle money as well as how to operate a touch screen cashier monitor as well as customer service. Co workers were sociable but also immature at times. Hardest part was being left alone to do multiple things when i got busy and there was no help.
Easy work, sociable coworkers
no benefits, no pay increase, no job advancement, poor hours and pay
Front Counter Cashier (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – June 4, 2016
Round table was a great first job to start out with, ever since the original owner passed away and the new management took over. The restaurant closed down and moved to a downstairs food court. Ever since the move and being under the new management, a lot of things changed. The only thing that kept me motivated to come in were the customers.
Friendly work environment, no benefits, no security
Team Member (Current Employee) – Claremont, CA – May 17, 2016
Work is what you make of it. It can be fun or boring. I learned that I do not want to spend more than a few months here because there is no room for advancement. Management is very friendly. Coworkers vary in attitudes from grumpy to happy. The hardest part of the job is knowing there is no room to advance in life. The smell of delicious pizza and some customers can make your day.
Pizza chef and dish washer (Former Employee) – Woodland, CA – April 28, 2016
In this job, my primary responsibility was wash the dishes. I occasionally helped make the pizzas. I worked with a good crew, but there was no room for advancement unless you became a manager. I enjoyed making my own food during my lunch breaks.
Make your own food and get familiar with the work environment outside of High School
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – La Jolla, CA – July 12, 2016
Great environment fun place to work at ETC, typical day at work I would greet everyone a good day and make it a easy place to work in what I learn about is measuring ingredients for the pizza, I manage to get the pizza on time with the team and co workers the hardest part of the job
Marketing (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – May 21, 2016
The customers are great! It is hard work even when busy so much stuff goes into it. i like learning so it was not an issue. The only thing is that the wages are low and even when you help the company grow they do not give raises.It feels like your not being appreciated.
Ok honestly enjoyed working for the last honest pizza. Sure it was fast paced and challenging at times but overall the people, work enviroment and management where all professional and fun to work with.
Dough Roller (Former Employee) – 3848 Mchenry Ave Modesto, CA – May 10, 2016
never advanced was not given the raise promised after 2 years of 9.75 which is starting for rollers in 2013 did go up $1 cause min wage. manager always wants more and more each day. always talking to u like u are nothing. manager dont care about employers
Kitchen Worker (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 1, 2016
I worked for Round Table pizza while I was in High School and it was a lot of fun! I did not work there for very long but I remember learning how to deal with certain types of people who had completely different personalities, which came with patients. A typical day would be cashiering, preparing pizzas and toppings, table service and table clearing, processing orders over the telephone and computer. Hardest part of this job was the pay, it was i was only making $8.00 part time. The most enjoyable part of this job was the experience.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – April 24, 2016
I was a supervisor at Round table for almost a year. I would deliver, make up pizzas, do inventory, and create the dough for the day. It taught me management skills such as delegation, being prepared, and customer service.
Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) – Visalia California – July 27, 2016
No teamwork here, there was always some sort of drama going on and management didn't do nothing about it. Manager was lazy and would always go to the bank during a busy lunch rush like really you just went to the bank!!!! Miserable place!!!
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Anchorage, AK – February 10, 2016
I was the cook and making the pizzas. The first time to see a rush come threw a work place. Being the only cook was a lot of pressure. My boss would have to come help a couple of times just to keep up with all the orders. After awhile I was able to get a rhythm down and stayed on top of the orders even threw events that we would have. Then I learned how to make doe and cut the pizza perfectly.
DELIVERY DRIVER (Current Employee) – 1180 El Camino – August 6, 2016
When I am at work it is always busy. I have to do drive and be helping in the store. With dishes and other thing busing the tables taking reservations. Other times I am attentive to the customers needs.
Franchise Owner (Current Employee) – Chatswoth, CA – July 13, 2016
Good company with lot of support from the corporation. Great quality product. Continues to grow to a very fast rate. Good marketing tactics. Company loves to give back to the local community and charity.
Trainer (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – January 20, 2016
A typical day at work was train all employee new hires on policy, process and procedures. It was an new store that was just opening their door. They had all the other newly hired employee including me at the other stores training for a few days before they open up their new store. But none of the other new trainees knew how to do a proper opening and closing but me. So a few of us were call to come in early on Wednesday that day so we could put the equipment in the new store and getting ready for the Friday official opening. We had just finish putting everything away and off. That was when i was call back to the store because they had decide to do a soft opening that same night and none of the new trained employee but me knew how to set up the all per work for opening and closing the of the store.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Santee, CA – April 6, 2016
Hands on experience with customers. A typical day included greeting guests, answering phones, making pizzas, busing tables, and washing dishes. I got to deal a lot with face to face encounters and serving people up front.