Dont expect anything well put together, literally.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Loudonville, NY – December 3, 2018
You get paid well for working as a delivery driver here, if you're driving a beater that you dont care about with good gas mileage. Stores are disgusting, ive worked in 3 of the inferno resturants all the same with rats everywhere, hanging wires and even witnessed a chef pick up a piece of food that fell on the ground and serve it. Wouldn't doubt that wasn't the first time it happened. Poor management with terrible communication skills. Any sort of pros would be that you get paid, and sometimes free food.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Schenectady, NY – September 7, 2018
They don't treat there employees how employees should be treated especially the employees that have been then long term that are lower in the chain. They constantly tell you how under appreciated you are but never change the actions taken by management they keep managers that have walked out on the job an continue to employ them.
Constantly being told you can be replaced even if you've been with the company for year
Bartender (Former Employee) – Brawley, CA – May 18, 2018
This is a great place to work. Friendly staff and customers. Fun, fast paced environment. Great food!!!! The culture there makes it stand out from other pizza places in Brawley and the entire valley. Their outdoor stage area gives it an added feature and brings in the crowd for events and weekends.
Phone Girl (Former Employee) – Latham, NY – October 9, 2017
I personally loved working for inferno. I worked multiple stores not just the main one I got hired at. I loved the staff I worked with and the managers I worked for. the work was very easy until it got super bus and the order starting piling up on busy days. Other then the big holidays and parties coming the job was very easy and laid back.
Fast paced, need to multi-task, phone skills, menu knowledge
Server/Cashier (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – August 29, 2017
Inferno Pizzeria is a great high school and college job to have while obtaining a degree or looking for a more long term, professional career. The owners try to make you feel like a part of their family.
I learned time management, customer service skills, phone etiquette and how to multi-task.
Waitress (Former Employee) – Lakeport, NY – February 22, 2015
I went to work and I started with the cleaning that I needed to do. When the phone rang, I answered, took the order and made sure the cooks got the order. If I had customers in the lobby, I had to make sure that they had everything they needed. I also had to work the cash register. I learned how to talk to people a lot better than I did in highschool. I learned about how pizza shops were ran. The management was alright, it could have been a little better. I didn't really talk to my co-workers, but they seemed like smart people. The hardest part of the job was making sure my customers were happy with what they were given. I enjoyed the customers more than anything.