Supervisor (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 6, 2018
Everyday is a new experience and I learn something new everyday. Management is solid and helpful. Hardest part of the job is the pay. The most enjoyable part of the job is being the light for some customers and being able to resolve an issue
Restaurant General Manager (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – June 10, 2018
Extremely LOW and Lazy standards with this company. Terrible communication between all levels of management. RGMs are not given reign over the buildings they run, schedules change constantly for the RGMs and shift leads but with no communication about it. Terrible environment for learning or training. There is a "7 week training program" for management, but it leads nowhere and you learn nothing during that time. No matter what position you hold, unless you are an area manager and above, you are considered a cook and only a cook. Don't get your hopes up.
AP Associate/ Analysts (Current Employee) – Pittsburg, KS – May 22, 2018
The hardest part of working at NPC is the fact that there is so many woman that work at the corporate office there is always so much drama. I also wish they paid more to match other employers that offer the same amount of work.
General Manager (GM) (Former Employee) – Petersburg, VA – May 16, 2018
NPC is the worst company I had ever worked for..The upper management are very dishonest..I had been told on a number of occasions to FIX my store numbers by doing whatever it took (You know what I mean)...I spent many hours scrubbing the filth @ a few store's and never received any recognition or a simple thank you....Bottom line they just u know and someone needs to stop the this and hire an honest and caring upper management staff(ABSOLUTELY NO COMPASSION FOR ANY EMPLOYEE)..It is a very stressful company to work for...You are just a number and they do care about you about employees and family..DO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY..VIRGINIA REGION IS THE WORST..
Help Desk Tier I (Current Employee) – pitsburg ks – April 28, 2018
immediate management is nice, but higher management and level 2 is hostile towards level 1. as helpdesk you have no holidays off other than christmas and thanksgiving while every other department is off including level 2. there is a 2 week training period for new employees but it is not very well thought out. there is no set guidlines for the training si every person that is trained is trained differently. ao there are no basics covered.
Upper management needs to be more involved and available Working for NPC can be much more simple which would make it easier however it is a complex and their computer systems and hiring systems in ways that they go about taking care of things could be made more simple
Driver and Manager (Former Employee) – Florida – April 25, 2018
Look up class action lawsuits against the company as drivers are concerned. I have a strong case myself. I just choose to walk away. Their are some great people there and then there are others who run them off! I have plenty of respect for anyone who does their jobs and personal experience for me was poor. I know others who love it.
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Salem, NC – April 13, 2018
Exiting the company after ober 8 years, they found a way to keep my bonuses and tried to keep my last check. Overall I was with this company when they purchased from the last company. Not a place to work if you want to support your family adequately without working a part time job on top of your 50 hour mandatory week.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) – Pittsburg, KS – March 12, 2018
Scheduling is very inconsistent making it impossible to plan your life more than a week in advance. Managers don't agree on policies among themselves so employees are in constant fear of doing something wrong.
Scheduled to work 8 hour days, but only getting a half-hour lunch break most of the time with no other 10 minute breaks offered.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 26, 2018
Had many employees to supervise, and had to be the first in and the last out. Had to be diplomatic and fair, yet still realize that everyone has issues that may be out of their control. Learned that treating your employees fairly will engender loyalty, and increase work production. Had to think on the fly to address unforeseen issues, and had to deal with customer complaints and see to their services.