Floater (Former Employee) – Athens, AL – March 15, 2017
This place will always hold a place in my heart for this job when I was sixteen and in the city of Athens there no better place to work for while in high school very understanding management they are willing to work with your scheduling
Cook (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – September 29, 2016
I enjoyed my time at Village Pizza and truly appreciated my coworkers and managers. The owner is knowledgeable, passionate, personable and professional. This is the only job I have ever had where the management works just as hard as everyone else and does not ask anything of the employees that they themselves do not do.
Waitress and Cashier (Current Employee) – Tega Cay, SC – August 14, 2016
Village Pizza was an excellent place to work at. Learning team work with my co-workers to satisfy the customers was a great opportunity. The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing the regular customers come back and catching up on their week.
Good schedule, awesome co workers, learning experience
Counter Person, Cashier (Former Employee) – Easthampton, MA – May 13, 2016
Management is fair, co-workers are awesome. What I enjoyed most was the regular customers and that the restaurant is a family establishment that caters to the local sports teams and has birthday parties and other events. There were many learning experiences for me here,
Cook line (Former Employee) – Central Falls, RI – October 7, 2015
I ll have to say RI is lucky!! Everything was perfect and super fresh. I wish we had a place like this closer. Real hard to find someone that can rock all three. It is always either or in any other place. Not the case here. Great job! I ll be def telling everyone at work.
Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Metter, GA – April 9, 2015
I would come in after school and wash dishes. I learned how to was dishes for a restaurant. The management was great and the co-workers were too. The hardest part of the job was keeping the dishes down. The most enjoyable part of the job is the free pizza.
Manager (Former Employee) – Taberg, NY – February 22, 2015
I started out at the company as just the fryer but soon became a manager that would close the store on a regular basis. After learning how to run the oven and cash register as well as answering the phone and taking order i quickly became an everyday 4pm-9:30pm manager. I enjoyed being able to work closely with my co-workers as most of them were close friends as we live in a small town. The hardest part of the job was making sure that everything was communicated between stations because one wrong move could mess an entire order up and cost both time for the customer and for the staff. The best part was getting to understand how much responsibility comes with being a manager and with the responsibility not only do you get praise but you also get most of the grief and learning how to balance that was really key.
Good Restaurant but needs more enthusiastic employees
Manager (Former Employee) – Point Pleasant, WV – February 10, 2015
i managed this restaurant for close to two years and it is a old fashioned family restaurant that is going in the right direction under new ownership, the place needs better employees that are enthusiastic about their jobs so the food can be more consistent.
Cook (Former Employee) – Elgin, IL – November 17, 2014
In a typical day as a cook for Village Pizza, you will start the shift by checking all of the coolers to make sure all of your ingredients are topped off and ready for the busy night. You then wait for pizza orders to come in as my only role was to make pizzas. Occasionally it was necessary to run to the cooler and grab some more cheese or sauce. This would usually stay busy for hours on end, sometimes you would get moved to go help cut pizzas and box them or even work the oven. In my time at Village Pizza, i also was a barback, and a busboy.
Free food at the end of shift.
Poor management, Most work days were Fri-Sun from 4-10
Stressful , unorganized , spent own free time there doing what wasnt done in business hours
Manager (Former Employee) – St. Paul MN – July 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 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.
Cashier/cook (Former Employee) – Mississippi State,MS – May 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.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Easthampton, MA – May 7, 2014
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.
Hostess/Server (Former Employee) – Davis, CA – April 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 new people, and being happy and personable at work.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Monson, MA – May 14, 2013
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.