Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – White Lake, MI – February 15, 2019
Managers treat employees according to personal liking. They would throw any employee under the bus to make a quick dollar or sale. They say they care about all of their employees but they show strong favoritism to certain people and others get treated poorly and even made fun of. Unless you're a mindless, butt kissing robot, I would not recommend this job. Workers cant even take a bathroom or smoke break without hassle.
No breaks, stressful work environment, petty workers, unfair employee treatment
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Warren, MI – February 13, 2019
There isn't much to expect out of this job besides a good start to your future career. At Jet's, I learned how to approach and assist customer based on their needs and wants. I was also given the opportunity to actually work the register (usually management does not allow new employees to work with the register due to theft in the past), but I was seen as trustworthy and was allowed to do so. Management is very nice and "chill", I had very little issues with management. The workplace has many different personalities yet we all work together to complete our tasks. The job is not very difficult at all, I would say it's rather simple. The most enjoyable part of the job is when the managers give you praise and make you feel welcomed.
Free food and drinks at times, management is very nice and down to earth.
delivery and insider (Former Employee) – Brighton, MI – February 9, 2019
I worked while I was very sick and kept up with them very well. they were flexible to my illness letting me leave early if need be. but rare. if I needed someone to cover me it was usually never a problem and never left them without an employee for the day
unhealthy work environment, feels like high school
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Livonia, MI 48154 – February 1, 2019
The Jet's Pizza corporation is a good company but their privately owned stores are poorly managed and feel like high school. I am very disappointed with their choice of management and the fact that they offer no benefits or perks of any kind considering the prices of their products.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Ypsilanti, MI – February 1, 2019
Pretty much once i clocked in and put my apron on and depening if it was buessy or slow i would just jump in to making orders what ever was on the ticket on really slow days they had me on dish cleaning the floors bathrooms ect i enjoyed working there tho i left to go to culinary school
It's honestly a great place to work with really fun and hard working managers that actually care. As long as you're a chill individual and don't cause unnecessary drama you will get along with everyone great I'm sure. We had a lot of laughs and, even when we were very busy, things ran very smoothly do to wonderful management.
Annoying manager, boring but fine job, not much money
Driver (Former Employee) – Jackson, TN – January 29, 2019
The manager would not stop talking politics all the time and would get very aggressive about it and constantly tell us how we were all terrible employees and how he didn't understand why we didn't want to work for him. The work was fine, but it was boring and didn't pay enough to make it worth putting up with the manager.
Manager (Former Employee) – Grosse Pointe, MI – January 25, 2019
A typical day at work for me was making dough, cutting produce, making dressings, answering phones, taking orders, making orders, customer service at the counter,cashing out orders, cleanup, and closing out/end of day procedures. Other responsibilities included; making the food orders; making updates to the computer program; scheduling employees; updating employee data files; weekly payroll entries; and hiring of new employees. The most difficult part of the job was the high turnover rate of employees because most positions were first job for young people saving money for college or spending money while still in high school. The most enjoyable or rewarding part of the job was teaching the employees new skills and watching them gain confidence and improve at the job skills.
Working with young people and seeing them grow into productive adults.
Constantly changing schedule. Rare opportunities for breaks or time off.
This was the type of work place for those who are looking for a few extra dollars while in school. The work area was super clean as well and part of the closing process every night was a deep clean of the entire pizza shop. There was no putting it off until the next day.
Cook (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – January 23, 2019
Jet's Pizza is an amazing company to work for. There is so much room for advancement. I learned some much from working here. This was my first job and they helped shape me into the hardworking and motivated employee I am today.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Lowell, MI – January 17, 2019
The job mostly consisted of just grinding up cheese in the morning to have it for the night shift as well as doing the dishes and cleaning, but most of the time during the evening I would just deliver pizzas when it was rush and then catch up on the dishes once it slowed down
Owner/Operator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 13, 2019
Jets Pizza is a competitive place to work in the food industry. The franchise is open to quick promotions and excellent training. However, expect to always work weekends and time off for management is complicated, if staff is unreliable.