As management, we try to work with you. But if you are hired to be a closer, you will be scheduled to close. We can't always give you the days off that you request. Just depends on if we have the staff to cover. Most stores are understaffed
All Domino’s team members have access to a 401(k) savings plan with company match, a discounted employee stock purchasing program, basic life insurance, adoption benefits, and Partners – a Domino’s support foundation created to assist any Domino’s Pizza team member worldwide in times of tragedy or special need.
In addition, full-time team members have access to a full suite of health and welfare benefits including: medical, vision, dental, voluntary benefits and supplemental life and disability coverage – all effective on your date of hire. No waiting period or expensive COBRA payments.
Answered by Domino's
Why do you want to work here?
This is perhaps the dumbest question they'll ask you. Corporate is staffed by morons.
I was told there would be a drug test. At orientation. Which is weird, because orientations usually means you got the job. Correct?? Upvote if yes. Down no.
The interview process at Domino's will differ based on the position.
For store level candidates, applications will be reviewed, and qualified candidates will be contacted by the General Manager of the location that they applied. Candidates will be invited to interview in-person, and asked a series of job related questions. Candidates will hear back within a few days (if not sooner) with the hiring decision.
For corporate applicants, an electronic application will be submitted, and qualified candidates will be contacted for an initial pre-screen conducted over the phone to discuss basic qualifications. If candidates are selected to move forward, they may be invited for an onsite interview at the headquarters in Ann Arbor, and/or another telephone interview might be conducted, this time with the hiring manager to further discuss specifics of the role. Hiring decisions are typically communicated within one week of the final step in the interview process. Candidates will hear back from the recruitment team either way.
Answered by Domino's
Biweekly in Boston MA.
They finally called me in for a interview three months after I submitted my application. It had been so long I had actually forgotten I had applied. Better later than never I guess!
Yes and they dont really reimburse you for the gas. You pretty much have to use your own tip money (if you make any at all) for your gas
Delivery ("on the road" pay rate: $6/hr, in-store pay rate: $9.25 (minimum wage))
40-50 hour work week : bi-weekly paycheck amount is about $400-$450 even with credit card tips added
take-home cash at the end of each shift could be anywhere between $45-$80 average; this includes gas reimbursement (if anyone tells you otherwise, they are lying) And i delivered in relatively wealthy neighborhoods working long hours, always giving good customer service.
It can depend on where you work: know your neighborhoods, you learn right away which areas tip better.