Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Fairfax Station, VA – July 16, 2018
Before I was even able to start training it took the owner of the store over three weeks to even contact me. Then when I first started working a coustomer gave me a tip and the owner took said too and then explained that they take the tips that the cashiers get and use them to help pay for other things. They also give all the workers the state minimum wage which is $7.25 an hour and the schedules are inconsistent. People who have been working there longer than I struggled to get hours and they gave me as many hours as they could without asking me about my schedule for school.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – July 16, 2018
This was by far one of the most flexible jobs i have ever worked. If you were to ask for a day off, for the most part you got that day off. If you were to need more hours, all you have to do is ask. Good people altogether. Overall a positive experience. Fridays and Saturdays are very busy, and you will most definitely need to be able to work hard under pressure. Its mindless work, once you get the hang of it. Great start for myself.
Management receive one free meal. Other employees 50% off of food purchases while on the clock.
Short breaks, zero benefits. No room for advancement.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Fort Dodge, IA – July 7, 2018
Marcos had a great culture and I enjoyed working for the company while there. They were very open to changing hours and did as much as they could to help with hours. The pay was good for the work I did and was a stable job.
Cook/Driver (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – June 29, 2018
It's decent for what it is... A small pizza place trying to compete with big guys. They've actually existed as long as many bigger 'foes', yet can't figure how to advertise thoroughly/properly (So many customers barely know of it, yet love the food)