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10 questions about working at Domino's
After the store manager instructs, it's all simple! Your a crew member that helps to prepare orders to be delivered or served to the public. The prep work is divided so each member specifically has a job that is a part of the final distribution and sale of the pizza or pizzas. Order takers, pizza makers, bread makers, and dish washers are all aress to work, but there are more!
Answered May 13, 2020
Excited! I LOVE working there!!
Answered February 18, 2017
Bleak.. the reviews that are posted online via Google are 90% true & has even been confirmed by customers
Answered April 10, 2017
I felt fine. A job is a job so I didn’t really care what others thought.
Answered February 18, 2017
Drivers are usually the nicer people out of the whole group. Managers and Insiders are usually rude for no reason with a very few exceptions.
Answered August 22, 2016
Depending on location can play a real factor on how u are treated. But if u like quick cash it's fun but they expect u to work on the time gaps they have open to fill if not u just won't get hours. Cost of labor. During slow and busy times
Answered March 13, 2020
for a driver you have to help prep the food, do dishes, scrub the paint off of walls, take deliveries, get screamed at randomly, deal with passive aggressive GMs
Answered July 18, 2020
Well it's glass family pizza in crescent springs not team Missouri. A typical day there depends on the shift opens are 9a until the dinner rush is over. Closes can be anywhere from noon-close to 7-close. Closing time ranges from midnight to 3a. (This is not when you go home, usually still cleaning for another hour or so afterwards. Priority 1 - answer the phonesPriority 1 - take out Carrie deliveries on less than 2 minutesPriority 1 - catch your ovens so items don't fallPriority 1 - make sure all items on screen are being made while keeping times downPriority 1 - helping customers at the counterAll of these separate tasks are your number 1 priority not in order of importance, they all bear equal importance, even when you are alone inside the store. While doing all of this you have get prep done for the day, fill out logs (3 different ones in most cases) on day shift. Night shift has to break down, clean, while doing everything listed above, as well as inventory, deposits, the whole lot. Usually whatever shift you work by the time you're done you're exhausted.
Answered June 30, 2020
Depending how many pizzas are ordered. Clock in if orders are up deliver, if not start making boxes. At end of shift 2 primary people one did dishes, one did the sweeping and mopping. We swept several times a day, to clean the line. There were no peeping at all it all came in prepped
Answered March 15, 2020
Criticizing breaking down demoralizing constantly in meetings and in person. They care nothing about staff or how many hours you work in a day especially if there is no coverage for your store.
Answered May 4, 2021
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