Driver (Former Employee) – Market Weighton, East Riding of Yorkshire – 19 November 2018
Don't work here if you have a car with a 1.8ltr engine or higher as you won't be paid enough fuel money to cover the costs of deliveries. If you like getting paid incorrect hours and wage then you're in luck this company does just that. Havnt worked there for over a month and still trying to get the correct money I worked for. Don't take the risk of working at dominos.
Driver (Current Employee) – Leicester, Leicestershire – 19 November 2018
I started this job in 2013 as a driver and working here for 5 years. When I started here I liked working meeting new friends The job itself is fine but I fined area managers don,t support you as they should
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire – 15 November 2018
I worked for this store in Middlesbrough and can honestly say that the management need more training before having the title they do. Couldn't even manage a float for the drivers and aren't helpful at all. They would rather point fingers than give guidance to staff.
Overall there are better minimum wage jobs out there.
Driver (Current Employee) – Andover, Hampshire – 14 November 2018
Minimum wage, too many so called managers bickering amongst themselves. If you are after a second job to top up your income or just as a bit of pocket money it is fine. But i would never consider a full time position with this company, most just use it as a filler untill something better comes along so there is a high staff turnover. The management are untrained but their task is remedial (sell pizzas cash up) most have no knowledge of employment laws or requirements. They break company policy on a continual basis to make there stats look good, booking out any order to any driver and marking the delivery as delivered before time leaving the driver to deal with the disgruntled customer. If u need pocket money then its fine, but as a job (cannot call this a career) choice forget it.
50% off pizza (although u can get this as standard from coupons)
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire – 9 November 2018
Horrible , was given a 15 minute induction and then put straight to work , was put under a large amount of stress serving customers and answering phone calls when I haven’t been properly taught what to do .
Thinking about quitting due to lack d management and lack of care and communication from other staff
Crew Member - Part Time (Former Employee) – Huddersfield – 9 November 2018
In September this year I attended a job interview and was offered a crew member job. I signed relevant paper work and to say that i would pay to replace my uniform if i could not present it when requested.Some time later i received a call from the store manager with information about when my first induction shift was. I went to the store on the 21st of September and was given a spare uniform ( I was told that they had ordered me my own and that this would do for now) it was stained, would not come clean in a wash and I didn’t receive a name badge however I thought it would be fine. 2 weeks later i had not received my own uniform, a name badge or a shift rota which i had requested. The staff were patronising, rude and communication was terrible. I made multiple attempts weekly to contact the incompetent store manager and enquire about when they wanted me to go in and work but the store manager was either unavailable, rude, or claimed he had already given me a rota ( he hadn’t otherwise i would have been working.) Eventually i was added to the instores whatsapp group chat- only to be removed 3 days later before receiving any information. Over 2 months I have only worked 3 shifts and after that I stopped chasing them up and waited for them to decide to call me. Several weeks passed, i had received nothing from the store manager but i check my bank account to find that i have been charged for my (secondhand) uniform, even though they had not requested it back or fired me. And on top of all that, i had been charged for a name badge which i had never even been given.
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Tewkesbury – 7 November 2018
Working at Dominos Pizza, was a great way to earn extra cash while I was at college and for the build up to Christmas. Although there were a few benefits such as free food, the management would often leave me running the CSR desk on my own during busy periods resulting in unhappy customers. On deliveries, I felt confident and at ease, even during busy periods. My overall experience both as customer service and delivery driver was great, but the uncertainty of hours definitely left me a bit on edge.
In-Store Team Member (Former Employee) – Colchester, Essex – 7 November 2018
It is an ok job, and there are opportunities for advancement if you work hard. It can be fun if your're lucky with your co-workers, and the job in itself involves teamwork which can be enjoyable. However, salary is very low, management incompetent in any other task that is not directly related to store operations (e.g. organizing rotas, or holidays, or knowing their team and how it works best). And most importantly, your work/life balance will be messed up since most of your shifts will take place in the evening, ending late at night and all throughout the weekend. If you are looking for something temporary, for flexible hours, for part-time work while studying or something like that, this is a good place to work. If not, don't bother with it, there are similar jobs out there that are better for your social life and your health.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Chester-le-Street – 5 November 2018
money was not great but the workplace was good because of the people i worked with in the shop. When the shop was not busy, it was hard to keep yourself busy because there was not much to do if all the jobs have already been done, such as cleaning.
csr (Former Employee) – Willenhall – 4 November 2018
what i enjoyed about dominoes is that when you first have a lot to learn and slowly you will get their in time and when you do the work becomes much easier and when you learn a few things you want to learn more.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Battersea Bridge London – 4 November 2018
Customer focussed with an excellent service ethos, gained from experience in past roles • Exceptional customer service skills, proven within roles in hospitality, with an excellent ability to manage workstreams and staff • Adept at organising, with a high attention to detail and wide-ranging transferable skills to suit a variety of situations • Able to work quickly, efficiently and accurately, ensuring that all client and internal deadlines are achieved • Quick to create strong working relationships and able to communicate ideas and procedures to all levels
In store worker (Former Employee) – Knutsford, Cheshire – 1 November 2018
Unsociable hours and bad pay but if you get a good manager its fun. Also lots of free food but I cannot eat pizza now without wanting to kill myself. Sadly discount does not work on delivery and only works in store you work in. Also everyone I worked with was an ex-con or active drug user. Also I have put on weight and hate myself for it.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Bedford, Bedfordshire – 30 October 2018
Worked there for about a year. Didn't really have many shift pattern options. Had to work from 5 until close. Had to work every weekend, including Sundays. Which didn't really give me much of a social life.
Pizza Legend (Former Employee) – Newton Abbot – 28 October 2018
I liked working there, however the management at the time was crazy, he was inexperienced and incapable of managing the team he had to, he would compare having worked for 2 weeks, to the people having worked for months on end. In doing so, he caused some members of staff to leave, he then left and management was passed down to Sam who was brilliant and deserving of the position.