Domino's is very hit or miss when it comes to an average work day. Sometimes you're too busy and way understaffed or not busy at all. My co-workers are fun and, honestly, one of the few reasons I've stayed as long as I have. Scheduling is flexible, too, but schedules are never made in a timely manner. It's hard to plan things outside of work since we never get a schedule until Saturday night.
The store doesn't offer any ability to advance your career unless the store is in dire need of new managers, otherwise you're stuck in your position. You don't get raises unless you ask, but even if you do, the chances of getting one are slim. Employee morale tends to be very low due to the fact we all feel like the company only cares about it's numbers, not it's employees. The stores are also open grossly late. If you're okay with sometimes not getting home until after 1 am, then I guess it wouldn't be a problem. There are times I where I don't get home until after 3 am.
The job itself is easy, but can get monotonous. Customers can be terrible, sometimes. The most stress comes from being busy and understaffed, and it happens more likely than you'd think. You'll never get breaks on your shift, even if you should.
Overall, Domino's is alright if you value a flexible schedule and making close friendships with your co-workers. If you enjoy a lot of customer interaction and a fast pace, then go for it. Otherwise, I really wouldn't recommend it.
Fun co-workers, Flexible scheduling
No breaks, Underpaid, Long and late hours