Domino's Pizza - SK
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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Domino's Pizza - SK Team Member hourly salaries in the United Kingdom

Salary estimated from 149 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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Don’t bother
You’ll either have no life (cause of the amount of hours you’d work) and an average pay or have a life and not enough money. Standing on your feet all day (and/or night) and getting treat like poo by management. Oh and if you’re a female get ready for se*ist and pe*vy comments
Pros
Free pizza
Cons
Everything else
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Too stressful, disorganised, poor work conditions
Typical day: you never know what's going to happen or how many hours you are going to work (depends on how busy it is, they put the minimum staff they can, they can send you home early, or call you on you days off to ask you if you can go). If it gets busy, there's no way to organize the load of work because there are no limits for the number of orders the store can take at a time, so you just need to handle it. The phone can ring for 2 hours in a row non-stop, the workspace is minimum for you to go around, you work in difficult positions, bend and stretch a lot to reach places, and you need to be careful with the floor to not slip-on something or to bump on someone. It's very hard to focus on what you are doing and, as a team member, you might need to jump between work stations a lot, especially if your English is reasonable enough to take phone calls. As a CSR, I find it necessarily hard and confusing and the company has no respect for people. You answer calls with the sound of the phone still ringing right next to you, plus background noise, barely able to hear what the customer is saying, and you deal with taking orders and customer service at the same time. Every time there is a problem, is practically impossible to deal with it on your own without the manager's permission (an alteration requires a password, etc) and the managers are ALWAYS busy and want you to take the phone yourself, giving you a look every time you need to communicate with them, turning their backs at you because they don't have a clue of what they are doing as well with so much in their shoulders. It's - more...
Pros
The manager can be tolerant with you when you ask for a day off (if it's not a bank holiday, of course)
Cons
Poor work conditions, low pay, unstable schedule
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Awful underpaid.
Working at domino's hasoon been the worst experience of my entire life. It's the most unprofessional place ever. I barely get any hours and only get paid £4.35 per hour. One of the main things I hate about domino's is that you get given a start time for your shift but you never know when it will end. Sometimes you only end up doing like 2 hours or you'll work really late which isn't very convenient for someone who can't drive and depends on the bus to get home as they only run every hour after and certain time so I struggle to get home.
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How much does a Team Member make at Domino's Pizza - SK in the United Kingdom?

Average Domino's Pizza - SK Team Member hourly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £8.21, which meets the national average.
Salary information comes from 150 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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