Store Manager (Current Employee) – Dade City, FL – October 18, 2018
Ensure proper organization of the store. Managing any invoices and deposits Baking pizzas for customers on time and learning new techniques on improving quality services, was the enjoyable Respond professionally to compliments and complaints from customers, complaints were hard but compliments were great!
As far as Pizza delivery goes, Marco's is pretty good
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – October 17, 2018
I've worked at Marco's for about a year now (with a few months off) but comparing to the other companies I've delivered for I like Marco's. If you get to work for Harry and Sara, you should be very happy. They treat you like family and they actually show that they care about their team, even the drivers.
Poor pay and volatile upper management situations made for an unfortunate experience.
Manager in Training (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 11, 2018
Interviewed for a GM position and was set on course for training (hands on and module pc learning) at a store in South OKC area for large franchise. Was told I would make 11 to 12 an hour until I got on salary at my own store but after two weeks realized I was making 8.50 an hour. I call the district manager I had interviewed with and basically due to some problems at that level of management he could not pay what he had promised and could do nothing about it. I had just finished all my digital modules. They charged me twice for my MVR and a driver power cord that I never got in the first place. I had high hopes for Marco's Pizza and was sorely disappointed. I left Marco's that day, I had no choice as I could not pay my rent at 8.50 an hour. I would starve.
Good store manager was nice and staff were nice to work with.
Pay rate seems very low for the quality of work Marco's expects from it's staff, they say you get what you pay for...
Pizza maker/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Thornton, CO – October 8, 2018
This was one of the worst places, all their management is not good and they promise a raise that never happens. I started when it first opened and left after a year because of all the promises that were never fulfilled.
Typical day involves prepping for the rush and making deliveries as needed. Managers closely followed the flow of product through the store and make sure orders were being fulfilled in a timely and accurate manner
Its a great part time job. The days are fast and exciting. Management were usually helpful and willing to work with the employees. The all around culture and feel were good as too. The hardest part of the job is never running out of things to talk about or do. Management was always willing to work with school schedules and most of the time the employees had to receive little input from upper staff.
It could be a good place to work if they had a good manager that knew how to manage.
Delivery Driver and shift lead (Current Employee) – Columbia City, IN – September 29, 2018
Marcos in Columbia City needs to do a lot of retraining of its employees. The manager they have now knows ABSOLUTELY nothing about being a manager. He wants to be everyone's friend instead of there boss, when he gets made instead of taking to you he yells at you in Front of every one there including customers.
District Manager (Current Employee) – Broward County, FL – September 28, 2018
Ok place to start as a 1st job, very easy job. No guess work everything you do is written for you. Unfortunately you can only reach district manager position, no opportunity to move into corporate level.
District manager (Former Employee) – Slidell, LA – September 26, 2018
Not a a good choice for employment. I never trained 1 day for my position i only had my experiance to count on. I met with owners twice over a 2 year period. Just a bunch of private investors not willing participate in there own business.
Delivery Driver and Customer Service (Former Employee) – Spring Lake, NC – September 24, 2018
Had to be one of the most enjoyable "fast food" places i have worked. Introduced me to another franchise of pizza while also giving me an opportunity to learn the " Marco's Way " in a comfortable , safe , and friendly environment.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Flowery Branch, GA – September 22, 2018
The only thing I liked about working here was making the pizzas. I was extremely good at my job, but was never appreciated for the hard work put in. Had a health issue that required a hospital stay and then had a family emergency and the manager could not care less and told me I was never dependable when I came in when I wasnt scheduled to help out if they were slammed