This is an okay place to work for individuals that do not have kids. Hours are not set, some days you may go in earlier then others. There is no accountability for the type of work that we do in the warehouse b/c everyone is doing everyone's work.
Meeting labor goals with the larger stores. There is a lot to keep up with after you send people home sometimes. Also they almost give away the pizza's with all the discounts so you find yourself working twice and hard to keep up.
Working here was fun but super freaking tiring. The general manager gets frustrated and sometimes lets his personal life affect his work ethic but not often. But minimum wage at less than 20 hours each week doesn't pay the bills.
50% off most food and sometimes free food and water.
riding a bicycle in the summer heat of north carolina, and sometimes pathetic tips
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore County, MD – August 14, 2018
You are thrown to the wolves every night with unrealistic expectations. Management varies drastically from store to store with some managers having exceptional training to others with poor training and no skill. Its like night and day in some stores. The training programs dominos offers do not account for the actual job and its issues,
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – August 13, 2018
It is a nice place to work but in corporate dominos their is no benifits even for the assistent managers. In the other hand the days you get busy you will get a lot of hours but the day it is slow you will get clocked out.