No everyone makes pizza's.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - South West
Yes I gradually learnt how to stretch the dough and place the toppings on the pizza as well as taking it out of the oven once it was cooked
Answered - Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) - Brentwood
There are many different jobs inside a dominoes shop; including making pizzas, cutting them, making and receiving the phone calls, and as a driver.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Sunningdale
Yes the team members must all work together and make the pizza.
Answered - Team Member - Part Time (Former Employee) - Harrow
You take an online training package of videos and Q's and A's before you start the job and they do look to get the drivers involved in serving at the counter or taking orders over the phone so I guess if you do this to a good standard then you would move onto making the pizzas but I wasn't there long enough to see that myself.
Answered - Driver (Former Employee) - Neath, Neath Port Talbot
The instore has to do basically everything for min wage and no hours
Answered - Instore Team Member (Former Employee) - Whitstable, Kent
Yes unless they train you on makeline
Answered - Driver (Current Employee) - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham
Yes, unfortunately they will only accept new in-store team members who are willing to answer the phone and not work on other parts of the job as it's near enough run by a load of Romanians.
Answered - Delivery Driver (Current Employee) - Liverpool
Yes it dose
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Wrexham
Compnay based on delivery,always need more people on the road than instore.Altough demand of instore alway there.You must be ready to do everyhitng in the shop ,it can be cleaning the toilet too
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Godalming, Surrey