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You can be 16 and up to work here

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Better wages

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If you're not going to provide company vehicles or help with the expenses or insurance of the delivery drivers vehicles, then being they are the DELIVERY DRIVERS vehicle, don't be so PETTY on what happens to their vehicles. If they're in an accident, if there was zero damage done and nobody is mad, then let it go with a one time warning.. no matter who's at fault, don't take them off the road. Don't be so petty.. It's pathetic that they don't pay for anything on the delivery drivers vehicles but yet they can just take them off the road... Just because.. we are going to lose a driver who's been there since before I got there, and they took them off the road for a bumper to bumper TAP.. when I saw the lady that was behind them pulling forward towards the delivery driver not backwards away from the delivery driver. The two of them got out looked at their cars the delivery driver looked like they were really sorry not knowing it wasn't all their fault and they both drove off... Done! But now we're losing a good driver that hasn't called in as long as I've been there, about a year and half.. it's really too bad they look at their delivery drivers as not a big deal they lose them. But now our store is suffering cuz we are down to three drivers and the delivery drivers are a big part of what the business makes.. And they need managers that are not lazy. The one at our store won't do ready for revenue unless they're not napping in their chair and unless they feel like it. They talk to our employees like they're dumb and calling them swear word names and treat the customers like dirt. Like talking to them like they're dumb and hanging up on them if our manager gets frustrated.. (I've seen it) The manager that's at our store is too young for the job, and has caused a lot of employees to quit. So in the end... Better managers, ones that are old enough to handle the duties of a Manager and a better delivery driver policy. Since it is THEIR vehicle! So in my view the pay isn't worth the bs that goes on in the company.. there are pizza places that pay their employees a lot better than this messed up company does.

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Be prepared to work from open to close when people quit or don't show up. Happens all the time.

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I got called 19.5 hours later

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During labor shortages they do and during times of declining sales they hire only outstanding applicants despite the situation. Same for management promotions. It is unlikely for there to be a shortage in Management candidates but it will generally take that kind of situation for a felon to be promoted unless it is a person who has demonstrated outstanding leadership potential. In some areas, felon applicants will not be considered only because of the sheer volume of applicants and the need to shorten the list. In other areas where the economy is more favorable toward job seekers, they will seriously consider anyone. I remember once working for a s3x predator general manager who was actually a terrific guy whose story we never know. We only were told not to harrass him about it and that he has demonstrated rehabilitation and years of lawful behavior since the incident occurred. I once worked for a district supervisor who had a drug conviction and after only two years, was promoted three times and was ultimately fired for theft. This goes to show that anything can happen. It just seems to happen more slowly for convicted felons. Just don't give up without giving it a try. In a place where you least would expect to be hired, you'll find a job where you are appreciated for the value you add to the organization. Don't limit yourself to certain jobs unless you are proof-positive that they will not ever give you an interview. If they give you an interview they are considering hiring you.

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Healthcare. 401k.

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Whats a adverage pay check actual amount of a pizza hut driver without tips included?

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