Team Member (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 18 January 2019
Continuously met challenges every day and the job was a very competitive job with a lot of teamwork involved it helped me in many ways to increase my communication with people to be more social and also helped me to increase my confidence. I highly enjoyed working in a busy environment.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 21 June 2018
Zero hours contract, the minimum wage and management that don't care about staff
Management favours certain people and give them all the benefits and ignore the rest. During the busy hours, you can expect to do everything by yourself as the management go to their office and ignore calls for help and then blame you if anything goes wrong.
If you complain about not getting enough hours Management will look for any reason to fire you
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 9 January 2018
I was at college when I worked at dominos and they wanted me to quit my college course to work for them, I was only doing 4hours a day in the evening from 6-10 I was at college rein 8am-3pm most days disgusting
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 21 November 2017
A very busy environment. The hardest and at the same time most enjoyable part of work is it's fast paced rhythm. I have developed customer service skills and that boosted my confidence in communicating and tailoring customer needs.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Birmingham – 18 September 2017
A typical day at dominos is stressful, tiring and mentally draining. What's I have learned from this job is that if you aren't surrounded by people you can have a laugh with and people that support you it make work a nice place to be. Under pressure on a busy day management is not very good , there is a lot of shouting and mistakes, which puts the worker on edge. The most enjoyable part of the job is having a laugh with other colleagues.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 23 February 2017
Directed a staff of 30 employees and presented service manuals to every customer. Ensured the cleanliness of workshop and followed all the company guidelines. Delivered high-tech work quality though meeting all the deadlines. Maintained and updated company’s online sales software system and ordered the new stock of bikes and spare parts on daily basis.
Phone Operator (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 28 November 2016
I have learnt many things while working at Dominos such as; how to deal with a customer complaint or dealing with customers being very violent towards me but i have learnt how to deal with a situation like that in the correct manner which is to stay calm and try and help them as best as you can to solve their problem
Team Member (Current Employee) – Birmingham, ENG – 20 August 2015
Domino's is a great place to gain experience for future goals. The team members are polite and helpful when training new employees. The manager is also friendly and thoughtful enough to provide the best experience for those who have started their first job. This job provides experience in customer service, communication skills and also gives experience in cooking and preparing food.
Gaining great experience.
Company employes alot of people, making everyones shifts fair leaves you with shorter shifts.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Birmingham, ENG – 17 August 2015
as you would expect in the name of the franchise quality management, advancement of work from delivery driver to working inside on the make line very friendly environment, top management always happy and always looking after all members of staff a very very friendly and enjoyable work environment
manager in training (Current Employee) – birmingham – 27 May 2015
a typical day at work would start at 10.30pm ensuring the shop is set up for the day,checking dates on all food products and temperatures of the ovens and the food,i would also need to make sure all tills added up to the right amount for the busy day ahead.ensureing orders were made as fast as possible but still ai to make a good sellable product.the day would consist of make pizza,takeing phone coustomer call as well as putting the delivers away,dough management was the hardest part of the job as tempertures affect how long the dough needs leaving out to reach proffing point.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Birmingham, ENG – 21 May 2015
I have learnt a variety of different skills whilst working at Domino's pizza. Working as a pizza maker and a customer service operative I had the opportunity to gain experience working at front of house and back of house. I enjoyed all roles and responsibilities that came with working as a team member because it meant that each and every day working there was different. Busy days within the store meant being able to stay calm whilst under pressure, a skill I picked up whilst working there and making sure that tasks were completed properly. I enjoyed working at the front of the store answering telephone calls and serving customers face to face, because I liked talking with a variety of different people. Being able to provide an excellent customer service was one of my priorities and I thoroughly enjoyed that aspect of the job.