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Why did you leave your job at Domino's?

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I was riding the moped when a road user stopped beside me at traffic light giving me verbal abuse, swearing at me, saying I pulled out in front of her which wasn't correct., she turned out to be the bosses sister in law.,
Spoken to like rubbish for stopping for toilet breaks or a drink of water,
Power tripping managers, don't know what respect is, no manners
Had my tips stolen,
Staff turnover is unbelievable, they are never not hiring,
Nothing is good enough for these managers, you put the work in they make out you've done nothing, very manipulative, enjoy telling lies,

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Worst job I’ve ever had. They over work you and expect you to be available for them 24/7 otherwise they’ll fire you. I couldn’t work Christmas Eve this year and so they gave me no hours for two weeks (after I told them this) so I quit. Management is terrible, no respect for employees and the hours are horrendous.

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Because it was the worst place i ever decided to work for. Management are awful, they dont give you breaks, they have no clue on how to treat staff, they are awful. Mangers only think of themselves and give themselves the best jobs and pick their favorite people and give everyone else the rubbish jobs.

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For the amount of hours I worked and the amount of pay I got at the end of the month, I could not justify it to myself. I genuinely would work between 45-60 hours a week, I covered people constantly and just tried to be helpful as possible whilst running shifts, doing weekly banking, cashing up at the end of nights and having to prepare for if any inspections came, it was very draining and unfortunately not very rewarding.

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Over worked and dramatically underpaid for the jobs you take on, I had one day off which I booked 2 weeks in advance and my hours went from "30" to 8, I've been there two years and at one point we were so understaffed I worked every night, you never have a proper rota just a "can you come at #?" If you don't go in then instantly they will be funny with you and give hours else where, that is until those staff no longer come in and you are suddenly their favourite person again. Never ever work here.

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Overworked and under paid, basically. Though I was managing, I was often told to force rules that would make the staff and store suffer. I liked my staff, they worked hard and never caused much problems. It felt soul destroying when the franchisee told me I had to cut their pay, especially when I wasn't given a reason why and the food menu prices had went up but still where being bought in at the same price.
I worked in two separate stores and it was pretty much the same in both. Maybe I was just unlucky... maybe dominos needs to worry less about labour costs and more on training, as it was often too busy to correctly train anyone.

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If you get called in then you had better go in otherwise they will start taking hours off you, they talk to you like you're dirt on the bottom of their shoe and all the management within stores are too young to run a business.

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No life in dominos and you have to be there when they ask you to be,otherwise no more job for you. Rubish money for a lot of work.

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Because you have to work very antisocial hours

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Went back to road sweeping
the monies the same but you meet nicer people

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