Low pay, but enjoyable if the management is good
Domino's stores are fast-paced and offer very little pay. Team members working in store are on minimum wage, and even the hardest working employees won't get a pay rise without demanding. I was originally a CSR and was then trained to makeline as well, so a typical night in our understaffed store would be running between serving customers and making pizzas. If you're just a CSR then it won't be as hard work. Also they run on zero hours contracts and don't have set shift times so the hours you work depend entirely on how busy the store is that night - you could show up at 5pm and be sent home an hour later if it isnt busy. Alternatively you could start at 4pm and not leave until 2am if youre doing a closing shift. The people you work with make the job enjoyable, and even better if you get along with the management. I got along really well with the store manager so shifts were really enjoyable, but in the later part of my time there the store was taken over by new management who didn't care about staff at all. Overall fairly easy work for little pay, easy to get the job as they are always hiring (I had no interview - just bought in documents to work and that was it), and enjoyable if you get along with other team members / management.