Cook (Current Employee) – Warrior, AL – March 20, 2019
I don't feel as if there's any way for me to advance in pay grade since i'm part time, and still in highschool. I've enjoyed my time working with them and Pizzahut, it just not really for me. Prefer cars.
Stressfull and No work, home life balance. Poor upper management
RGM (Former Employee) – Maryland – March 3, 2019
All they care about is running numbers at any cost. They don't have a workplace culture that cares for all their people and their employees. As a RGM I earned vacation that I couldn't take. I earned paid holidays that I did not get or get paid for. My boss said no coverage, what a joke. You can't take time off that you earned?? Why work there?? Go elsewhere. make a life for your self and your family. Life is too short to put up with a mindset like this. This company operates a business like it was in the 19th century.
Some benefits, medical
Stressfull, lack of home, work balance, long hours.
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – February 20, 2019
Working here has its ups and downs. Management works by using fear tactics. Pay is good as long as you are willing to travel 100% When you stop being willing then they force your hours under 60 or 50 and make your paycheck almost impossible to live off.
Pizza Hut cook (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – February 19, 2019
pretty fun work day I enjoyed conversing and helping customers throughout my day. The hardest part was being short on dough from lack of prep from the am team. Overall it was a pretty cool job the management was perfect. If i could do it all over again I would. :}!
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Allentown, PA – January 18, 2019
horrible always short staffed because employees aren’t appreciated so they end up leaving certain stores have mice and roaches while nothing is being done about it some stores only run with no more then four managers and 4 people threw out the day higher up do not care if you are not making their goal it’s an easy job if you have enough help but it makes it hard when they are very little raises are barely given and when they are asked for there’s an excuse . it is unorganized while the long term employees see the new employees come in at a higher rate. While hours were good and there were a few good things , if you’re not an smg score you’re not important.
Free meals, staff was good when had, paid sick/vac days
General Manager (Current Employee) – Vinton, VA – January 8, 2019
Working as a RGM in the restaurant can be enjoyable. They hardest part about the job is being very understaffed with above management that force you into either cutting hours or cutting employees. They care very little about the customer or the employees they primarily focus on the money they are making.
Driver/Laborer (Former Employee) – fla – January 1, 2019
Heat Pizza and box in oven for 15 minutes...eat the box...throw the pizza in the trash. Fake ingredients prepared by pimple-faced high school kids who could care less about pizza. As long as the Corporate Executives get their bonus and stick it to the franchise.
Micro managed corporate fake pizza with fake ingredients
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Ashburn, GA – November 12, 2018
At Pizza Hut, I was a Shift Manager. This was a very unique opportunity. Pizza Hut gave me a lot of working experience. I learned how to Control labor, count inventory, count and deposit cash. I had to do bank runs and handle cash. I also was obligated to fix all situation inside of the restaurant. The hardest part was working with an under scheduled shift. The most enjoyable part of Pizza Hut was the employees that I met.
Team Member/Cook (Current Employee) – Augusta, GA – November 1, 2018
Had to learn a lot on my on. Management not that helpful and can be very immature. Hard to get a break on busy days. I think it could be a great place if some time were spent training the managers and shift supervisors. Everyone that wants to be a manager or supervisor should not.