Good place to work in but like a lot of places it can improve.
driver (Former Employee) – Scotland – 17 January 2018
delivering pizzas to customers, cash handling, making up pizza boxes, helping prepare foods example portion up wedges and put sauce in to containers. general cleaning of store.
i have learned how the pizza delivery business works but as i have catering experience their is very little to learn. The management initially were ok but over the course of time they have became more target driven with staff expected to do more and more. This has lead to low moral with staff.
Holiday policy is very confusing but all in all the people are really nice and the customers are pleasant (well the one i have met).
delivering pizzas is easy its the amount of cleaning that is physically demanding.
In terms of promotion, they have a leadership program but i do not know anyone internally who has become a manager with pay to go. they seem to be externally recruited.
Pay is £7.50 per hour with good rate for delivery and good tips on a good day. however, everyone is a zero hour contract which means you may have work one week but not the next. on the plus side Domino's marketing team are good with promotions which keeps the place busy.
nice wee local job but cant see a career in it.
Easy job, 50% of pizza with occasional free pizza if working late or extra hours
holiday pay and entitlement confusing and new management not very staff friendly.