If you work in day shifts they give you 1/2 an hour or 1 hour break to each staff as they say Labour is high, so basically it's a waste of time for staff, if you work late night they will send you to far off areas (7 miles one way) to cover up other stores those shuts at midnight but on your cost Domino's won't pay you any extra fuel money and even you work whole night till 6 in the morning pay rate is same as day shifts people. Water is a basic human need and must be provided free by any business and here you have to pay for it.
Even water is not free here for staff.
Mileage given is too low in Swindon in comparison to other cities.
Productive and fun place to work, inconsistent hours & awful pay.
Cashier/Kitchen Assistant (Former Employee) – Livingston – 17 April 2018
Most of the staff & management were incredibly friendly and handled the store well. I was on a 0 hour contract so my hours were all over the place, and my wage was equal to what you'd receive on standard jobseeker benefits. Worth the time if it's a side job/you drive.
was a good place to work apart from the salary it was not a good wage , management was abit poor and the hours were unprectable there the only down sides to working there if im being honest. its a good pace to wor if you like being busy cinastansly because when it does get bisy you will be none stop off your feet.
In store worker (Former Employee) – Nuneaton – 12 April 2018
My time working there was fun to begin with as it was my first job and being a mischievous person I didn't take it so seriously. Though as I progressed my lack of speed in their roles lead to me being looked down on, and overall caused me to enjoy the job less and less until I didn't want to be there anymore.
50% off in store purchase within stores on your branch.
I love working at Domino's because of how quick everyone accepted me. For my first job, I found it great because now I know how it'll be like when QI begin somewhere else and it's given me a chance to grow.
Customer Service Advisor (Current Employee) – London – 9 April 2018
Processing high volumes of customer orders across peak weekend hours; Showing positive and engaging customer service; receiving excellent customer feedback; Upselling on customer orders; Assisting in general shop duties to ensure high level of hygiene and cleanliness; Processing payments; showing numeracy and responsibility.
Domino's is nice place for working but working night hours and bank holidays with minimum wage is bad
Food Production Operative (Current Employee) – Swansea, Swansea – 8 April 2018
I started to domino's 27.06.2017 since this date too many times I worked there more than 50 hours in a week. Without holidays and usually nights. They always paid minimum wage and after that while shop quiet they didn't even ask me when they change my shifts. I was working about 50 hours and now about 20.
Free food, friendly colleagues
Long hours, no overtime pay or bank holidays, bad working times
customer service Representative (Former Employee) – Surrey – 5 April 2018
I worked at dominos for 1 year, its a very testing job, sometimes its easy& flys by, other times its crazy & youre rushed off your feet, great job! Managers are fair, but also firm when they need to be. All the team are great people & everyone was friendly
fair breaks, free staff meals, great confidence boost!
when its not busy, all cleaning & preperation is done, becomes borinh
Shift Runner (Former Employee) – Brentwood – 5 April 2018
Not a terrible job, but the younger your co workers, the more frustrating you might find it. Personally I had a manager that had given up on his position for much of my time there so things could have been better but the job itself wasn't terrible or hard.
Former Delivery Driver for Rawtenstall Dominos (Former Employee) – Rawtenstall, Lancashire – 3 April 2018
Driving for Rawtenstall Dominos was the worse job I have ever done. Most of their delivery in Bacup which are 5 to 7 miles away, so you drive 10 to 14 miles for one delivery and they pay you £1 , first 3 days they paid me 70p for per delivery and when I complained they started to pay me £1 for per delivery. So, if anyone thinking to work as a delivery driver in Rawtenstall Dominos THINK TWICE! It just not worth it
Team Member (Former Employee) – Gravesend, Kent – 31 March 2018
Standing In the same position for hours without any other work other than picking up phone calls. need more hours as well as they only gave 4 hour weekend shift. learned how to deal with different types of customers as I always made sure they had a smile on their face.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Fulham, Greater London – 28 March 2018
Domions is very friendly to the customers and staff. Working at dominos I have learnt how to deal with money, how to speak to customers on the phone, I have gained more confidence when speaking to people.