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.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – Florida – October 27, 2018
Area Manger needs to learn his job Treat his employees with respect!!!! Needs to consider anything before jumping into something and then go two steps back!!! For example make sure everything in your unit works before preparing for the next steps
Shift Lead/Key Holder (Current Employee) – Virginia – October 27, 2018
I've been here almost three years, I started out as a driver, and the job was fine the first couple months, but it went downhill quickly afterward. We lost about half our team in a month due to quittings and a firing, and then management made zero attempt to hire replacements. We had a shift lead walk out in the middle of a busy Friday night shift, and she was not reprimanded, eventually she walked out again on a Friday evening and was fired. At this point I was asked if I wanted to become a shift lead, so I agreed, We then worked for almost a full 6 months with only 7 employees, we would work some nights without drivers and instead of turning off the online ordering for deliveries we are expected to allow a delivery order to come through and then call the customer to inform them we cannot deliver it and ask if they would like to pick it up (this is still a common practice even today and I can't tell you how many times I've been cursed out for this). eventually some new hires came in but we had people CONSTANTLY not showing up for shifts (sometimes multiple times a week, EVERY WEEK) leaving some shifts with only a shift lead working and closing, and when I ask management if they will be reprimanded they either say yes and it never happens, or they say that we're too short staffed to even write them up. Many people have quit by just not showing up. The store managers do generally care about their people but upper management could care less about their employees, to them everything is about saving and making money, broken equipment never gets fixed unless it's absolutely vital,more... employees asked to short the customers cheese and toppings to save inventory, everyone except store managers are capped at 39 hours to avoid overtime (don't even think of overtime, it doesn't exist here), never received a raise aside from going from driver to shift lead and I've spoken with other who have never received a raise either. Wouldn't recommend
Tl;dr: always kept at a skeleton crew, high turnover rate, upper management will treat you like slaves.less
Free food, job security because they need all the people they can keep.
Rude customer, poor management, pretty much the whole job
Salaried management has NO work/life balance. Prepare for long days. A 60 hour work week to me was like having a vacation. If sales are high, you'll be able to take more time off. But, in a low volume store, you are expected to run within budget for payroll and that is impossible without the manager being there.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pittsburg, KS – October 12, 2018
Its not a hard job at all, customers call in to place orders or call to complain about a bad experience with their local store. Some of the coworkers are very pleasant and nice so its not too bad of a work environment.
Cook/Cashier (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – October 3, 2018
NPC International is a company based on unrealistic expectations that puts almost all employees in hot water. There are no benefits to working for NPC International. The company looks down on their employees and looks forward to their efforts to make higher ups more profitable.
Wendys (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – September 28, 2018
While i worked at Wendys we've had many complaints about how dry or if they found something in their food. They didn't like making anything fresh which made me as a team member look bad because we were all a team.
Lack of maintaining and remodeling. Lack of team work Hard to keep good help Good benefits for the higher in command but not as good as when owned by Davco. Could be a fun place and better place if they would put more time and effort Into rebuilding and improving before expanding.
Free meals, flexible, great onboarding process, not all stores are the same
I was hired on as an Assistant Manager to be trained and moved to a different state. What actually happened was, I got trained by an awesome GM, and then I was moved to be a delivery driver (paid as an assistant manager) at not one, but two in city stores.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – September 12, 2018
It wasn't for me but there were plenty of managers that really enjoyed working for the company, I think it depends a lot on the crew your location has and how much power you're given to make staffing decisions
General Manager (Former Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – August 7, 2018
In NPC, there is always room for advancement. The company is fun and upbeat and introduces it’s team to many new skills quarterly. Although the hours are long and sometimes stressful, the benefits made it all worthwhile.
Low pay, poor bonus structure, no work / life balance
District Manager (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – July 31, 2018
Well you end up working a lot of open to close shifts if you want to make bonus which is the only way you can make decent pay. In addition the top management is not good and don't care about people, they make you work all holidays even if there is no business expected (as Thanks Giving and Christmas).
The culture you create in your district or restaurant
Great place to start a first job. Gives great opportunities for promotion.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, MS – July 20, 2018
- Open and Close drawers, check and label any expired product - Food Safety Procedures, manage costs, delegation - Management was well respected - Employees were dedicated and fun and easy to work with - (Hardest) Not enjoying manger meals - (Most Enjoyable) Solving customer disputes
Manager meals, two days off weekly
Break was only given if worked four straight hours
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Wetumpka, AL – July 19, 2018
Everyone is over worked, no help from upper management. They can't seem to answer half your questions and when you are short staffed they fuss when the things that need to be done don't get done and they take their sweet time to hire some help. Too stressful
Health sucks even for silver, over worked, you dont get reconized for hard work