Management lies and takes liberties with the safety of its employees and the quality control standards are almost never followed. Serv Safe standards are not given a thought about as we were forced to serve food well past its use by date. Would not recommend this company to anyone
I became friends with every single person that worked here and everyone was accepting and friendly. I delivered pizzas and was paid minimum wage; but with tips I would make over $20/hour on a good night. They compensate very well for mileage as well. I worked typically between 25-30 hours a week and got off whenever I needed. A great place to work
Cook/Prep/Cashier (Former Employee) - Chantilly, VA - September 24, 2019
Unpleasant environment. Dishonest corporate leaders, food is not of the quality they promote, and unmotivated management. I have worked with Pizza several times in the past and the last time the only thing good about it is the manager is transgender-friendly.
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) - Bristow, VA - August 14, 2019
Not a terrible place to work(at least, my store wasn't) but upper management almost NEVER gave raises more than a few cents. Unless that is, you were a new hire years later, in which case they would start you at a few DOLLARS more. Or of course, if you knew any of the upper management, you would also start with more. More often than not, I would have to threaten to leave in order to be paid equally with new hires that have the same job title as me, even though I had been there for years.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Former Employee) - Reston, VA - June 5, 2019
Shift manager yelled at customers. Food was always late leaving the store. Lack of knowledgeable and hard-working employees. Co-workers slacked off and took long smoke breaks. General sense of laziness in the job culture.
Sincerely I couldn't say much about working in Pizza Hut. I did enjoy at the beginning but gradually lost interest in my job and I didn't want to stay for over 4 consecutive months, so I chose to leave.
I came into work as always and made sure I turned everything on. The lights the oven, made sure everything was working. I would than begin the opening of the safe so that I could do the daily deposit. I had to key in all the information and make sure everything was correct, That the information that was keyed in from the night before matched the morning, if there was an issue and something couldn't be done there was a note that was left for me to deal with in the morning. Than I would do the deposit it took about 15 minutes for the safe to open than I would begin the morning by entering all the information in and setting up for the day. I would than compare the deposit to the night before and make sure the numbers match 99.9 times they did. So than I would go make the daily deposit. I would come back and open the store. I would than go about my day making sure all orders were made and delivered. I would make sure that the orders were perfect before they were taken to the customers. Than I would be done at a certain time and the closing manager would come in and take over. OF course if we were busy I would stay til everything calmed down. If we were short staffed I would make sure that the staff was right before I left and I would let the manager on duty know my phone was always on if there was something that they needed.
Customer Service Representative / Shift Leader (Former Employee) - Leesburg, VA - April 8, 2019
Because Pizza Hut's have no cameras they can fire you for no reason with no proof, shift managers take advantage of their positions constantly and there can be alot of dishonest activity depending on who your employees are. Scheduling is always a mess, leaving the store with one employee or way too many... Gm prioritizes their shifts staffing and screws over their other managers making them work alone with no cook to save labor. Too much bs, not enough pay
Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Leesburg, VA - January 26, 2019
Working for Pizza Hut was fast paced, and customer orientated. Dealing with customers was my favorite part of the job, instead of being in the back of the house preparing and cooking food. Making sure my employees were also prepared and ready to work, and I had a good time making sure they received anything they needed from me as a Shift manager.
Discount on food
Had to wait a few weeks to receive my pay from time to time.