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Village Pizza Employer Reviews

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Stressful , unorganized , spent own free time there doing what wasnt done in business hours
Manager (Former Employee), St. Paul MNJuly 20, 2014
Most duties were put off on me to do on my own. Spent more hours then needed.
learned how to manage more then given, work under pressure.
I was manager so I took care of the things that were needed to be done and made everything in order.
Co-workers had good personality , they had horrible work ethics and couldn't separate family problems from their – more... business.
the hardest part was having so many responsibilities put off on me with so many workers doing nothing.
The best part of this job was to see how much of a turn around there was when I was placed as Manager. – less
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great location
Cashier/cook (Former Employee), Mississippi State,MSMay 14, 2014
This was a great job with an even better location. The highlights of working here included attending to customers to provide customer service. The management was very professional and the coworkers made the job a great place to be.
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Bad experience
Waitress (Former Employee), Easthampton, MAMay 7, 2014
Pros: free meal
Cons: coworkers
I was a waitress, phone girl, and delivery driver. My coworkers were very forward about a lot of things that were not ok, and the boss was not that much different either. The hardest part about my job were my coworkers and the best part about my job was the customers.
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Bad experience
Waitress (Former Employee), Easthampton, MAMay 7, 2014
Pros: free meal
Cons: coworkers
I was a waitress, phone girl, and delivery driver. My coworkers were very forward about a lot of things that were not ok, and the boss was not that much different either. The hardest part about my job were my coworkers and the best part about my job was the customers.
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Busy with customers always
Hostess/Server (Former Employee), Davis, CAApril 18, 2014
I would seat, bus tables, clean the restaurant, and serve the customers. I was constantly busy.I gained ever better people person skills and multi tasking skills. My co-workers were kind but also just as busy. The hardest part of my job was when we had too many customers and I felt as though I couldn't go fast enough to please everyone. I enjoyed meeting – more... new people, and being happy and personable at work. – less
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Good learning experience.
Cook/Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Crimora, VAMarch 27, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no set breaks
I learned how to make pizzas, which is the most difficult part. I am proud of what I learned while working there.
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productive and fun job while in school
Server/Cashier (Former Employee), Hazlehurst, GAJuly 8, 2013
Pros: bussiest place in my small town.
Cons: no benefits
First job i ever had it was fun. Small town pizza joint. it was a nice first job experience . All my co-workers and customers loved me and i loved them .
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Fun but stressful place to work
Cashier (Former Employee), Monson, MAMay 14, 2013
Pros: free lunches, happy supervisor
Cons: no breaks, stressful hours
A typical work day would start around 4PM. Around 5PM the phones would be steadily ringing and we would be busy making the food and gathering orders together. We also had to make sure the delivery boys left with the correct orders to the correct addresses. Later in the night it would start to slow down and then at 10PM we would close for the night.
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WAITER (Former Employee), Tallahassee, FLOctober 29, 2012
Serving lunch and dinner open sitting Italian food recommending F/B
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Good place to work
Cook/Waitress/Cashier (Former Employee), Sardinia, OHAugust 6, 2012
Pros: free lunch
Cons: short breaks
Cooked, waited on people, and took orders and money. Learned fast pasts and how to work with the public. Management was good. Co-workers were fun and liked training them. Hardest part was training. Most enjoyable part was working with my hometown and people I knew
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Fun Pizza Place
Cook / cashier (Former Employee), Sardinia, OHJuly 26, 2012
Pros: $5.00 employee meal.
Cons: under the table pay / not minimum wage / no benefits what-so-ever
A typical day at work would mean I would come in at 4pm, and do the books, meaning I would count all the money in the cash register and log it. When I was finished, I would see if there were any orders, if so, I would do them, but if not, I would start stocking things and cleaning. I learned alot working there. I learned how to control my attitude/emotions – more... with customers, and coworkers. I learned that you cant always have what you want. I learned how to handle cash very well, and keep track of it, and I learned how to talk properly to a customer. I learned that I should always keep a smile on my face, and try to make the best of everyday. The hardest part of the job was taking on all those tasks by myself sometimes, but I could do it, with the experience I had. The most enjoyable part of the day was closing time, when we had talk to interact with other coworkers, by talking and such, while cleaning up and getting everything ready for the next day. – less
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Good people, Fast paced work environment, Fun opportunity to make cash.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee), Sturbridge, Ma.January 25, 2012
Pros: good food, always something to talk about, great people, repeat customers.
Cons: non-stop. little to no room for error.
Village Pizza is a friendly, exciting environment. If it weren't for future goals, and having been educated in a specific field, I'd still be employed by them. Good atmosphere wether you are in the take out line, dinung in, or calling to order delivery. If mistakes are made, it is recognized, and managment takes the necessary precautions to ensure you've – more... learned not to do it again, and carry on. An overall great experience. – less