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What is the work environment and culture like at Little Caesars?

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This is not about hiring or job interview. Its an advertisement to encourage patrons to coming to their place of business so if you think that they're looking for employees guess what wrong

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Work environment was dismal. Store was ran by teenagers, pants sagging, slides for shoes on some. Hair in disarray. Constantly on their phones or having food fights or eating. They were nice people just not for a work place.

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Very fast hard working. Have to be on time and be reliable to work on that day.

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I love it. Have had 3 different store managers since the first stoee manager i worked with and it has been splendid. The manager i work with now is very keen on time and completion which in turns, has chiseled me into a complete dough maker. From fort worth Texas.

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For my location everyone there was a pothead, meth addict or some form on drugs. The co manager was even in the walk in cooler smoking pot, then told me not to say anything because everyone there was into it.

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Closed. Was good.

Answered - Cook (Former Employee) - Minot, ND

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Can't speak for all little Caesars but my store managers would yell at me for not being fast enough on sheet outs. Yet they had 3 employees doing toppings while i was by myself doing sheetouts. Sheetouts are a longer procedure compared to toppings so obviously one man on sheetouts vs 3 men on toppings is gonna fall behind. I'm not a superhuman with Sonic fast speed! Bet they couldnt keep up if they put themselves in my shoes. Sheetouts require you to sprinkle that corn stuff into the pans in stacks of 8, pull out the sheet outs, scrape the dough off the sheetouts into the flour, then stretch the dough, then feed it into the machine, then do some more stretching or downsizing while trying to fit the dough into the pan. Apparently my boss thinks newbies should be just as fast as the hall of lamers who kid themselves about how much they "enjoy" their job. Yeah its always about the money, bet they wouldn't work there for free.

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Enviroment is small usually worked with one other person

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Bellflower, CA

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Environment is relaxed. worked with only one or two other employees the whole shift

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Bellflower, CA

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Very clean.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Harahan, LA

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