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543 questions about working at Domino's
Two things, First give drivers the delivery charge, or at least a portion of it. secondly bring back employee food discounts.
Answered January 10, 2018
I started as a swing shift driver, I average between 5 and 8 hours a shift.. I recently was promoted to crew chief, so I preopen the store a couple mornings a week, slightly better pay and a couple extra hours. but I get scheduled around 31 hours a week.. I like that.
Answered June 17, 2016
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.
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January 23, 2017
Yeah, most of us drivers use our own car. Drivers must have 2 years driving experience, INSURANCE, good driving record, current drivers license, current registration, and a vehicle that passes inspection. Plus it is top ten dangerous jobs in the world because people drive with no F's given anymore.
Answered August 8, 2017
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.
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January 23, 2017
If I wanted to work 40 hours and Do everything nobody else does.
Answered June 19, 2016
Pay is biweekly
Answered April 27, 2019
Whoever made the last comment if you’re going to correct someone please be correct. The terms are interchangeable. Biweekly can mean either 2 a week or every 2 weeks which is bimonthly. Bimonthly could also mean every 2 months. If you get twice a month tho it technically called semimonthly because in biweekly it is possible to paid more than twice in a month due to the pay schedule. If you get paid twice a month it’s the same days every month for example the 1st and the 15th!
Answered September 18, 2017
I think it depends on the area. In Stephenville Texas they do. In Austin probably not. Would be nice if it were a corporate issue and same policy everywhere. Don't know why a $7.25 job cooking pizza would test.
Answered November 15, 2016
Walk in made application got called for interview week later than started working
Answered June 16, 2016
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