Team Member (Former Employee) – Glasgow – 16 May 2018
Didn't get paid the first 2 months and no one showed any urgency to fix problems so I left. Working with very young immature boys who threw offensive language about and wound up most other staff. Little managerial support given.
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Glasgow – 12 February 2018
As a Pizza Restaurant place was always fully filled with orders. Everyone was most of the time busy with and there was no room forbeing lazy. All of the workers, including managers were honestly working for our goals.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Glasgow – 14 December 2017
The hours allocated are good and substantial. The management is good, however, not very good team working skills and long hours without a break. In addition, there were very poor work benefits for employees and the salary is very poor for staff. The hardest part of the job is that it is long hours and are expected too do a lot.
Long hours, terrible salary and poor employee benefits
Great place to work, we work in a small Group and we all help each other. To maintain great standards. It's Also fast working place, it's a sit in place too or takeaway delivery too. Management and other staff great to work with.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Glasgow, Glasgow – 25 October 2017
Long hours, busy shifts, the job is fun due to the people but the higher levels on management ruin the job for everyone. Store managers are constantly stressed with people jumping down their throats making it unbearable for staff
For the many years ive worked in dominos i have enjoyed my time. It was a very fun and enjoyable place to work in until recently when you become management. Then you get treated like rubbish and you are told how to do your job. Its not worth the hassle! You get FORCED to work in different stores no matter how far away they are and are put through various tests which are highly irelevant and patronising and upper management dont really care about you. I used to love working here and enjoyed working here until recently.
Fun environment depending on location. Friendly team members
either making pizza or driving, with cleaning and general tasks for the business, I learned all of my management skills as well as making me a better driver more familiar with the city plus pizza making skills. on the most part a very positive work environment can be demanding when busy but overall they are the most satisfying days.
free pizza, good work environment, easy to talk to managers area managers regional managers
unpridictable scheduals, unsocial hours, work weekend, basic pay
Catering Assistant (Current Employee) – Glasgow – 17 July 2017
In this job it is a very busy environment, however it is enjoyable. Everyone is very helpful and friendly. The hardest part is dealing with complaints and remember all the different things. however you get trained and if you need to ask for help there's always somewhere there.
shift patterns are all over the place, you could work 10 hours one week then 30 another and you only get your shifts about a 3-6 days in advance which makes planning life a nightmare. Good place to learn key skills and good if looking to try out being a supervisor or manager to get practice for going onto a more difficult or demanding job. good for a first job to get experience but for something more secure in wages, hours etc. would not recommend.
discounts, environment and atmosphere.
higher ups don't care about you, only care about making money.
Instore team member (Former Employee) – Glasgow, Glasgow – 27 February 2017
I used to really enjoy my job with domino's and would turn up motivated and excited to start work however a new manager was employed to take over and really struggled with the store operations causing me to leave
On a typical day as a delivery driver for Domino's Pizza you would deliver to roughly 12-14 addresses. The customers can vary greatly and the way they treat you can affect your shift. The general culture of the branch was focused around budgets and chasing money at the expense of the welfare of the employees. However, the employees made the shift entertaining and it is always good to have a good dynamic between staff. The hardest part of the job was the long hours on the road as driving does tire your body out.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Glasgow – 7 August 2016
In my own personal experience of working at Domino's Pizza from the past two years, I have learned that proper management is required, otherwise the team staff will use it as an opportunity to stay back on the side lines and let the others do the work, when management is lacking it can and usually will lead to frustration at your fellow work-mates and can cause the work place to function very terribly.
Basically getting paid to exercise
Zero hour contract, working alongside immature members of staff
I spent many years working in dominos pizza from the bottom to the top, started off by answering phonecalls and taking orders, which moved onto instore pizza production duties then eventually shift runner duties. The hours were great for fitting around my uni times and social life. Work had a socialable and sort of laid back enviroment but times were hard when the shopw as busy and you were on oven duties with countless pizzas flying out the oven, you had to be fast or else business would suffer. I viewed the oven dutie as the most difficult job and because I was fast and good at it, I was always expected to be on the ovens by default which wasn't entirely fair but I still did it.
laid back enviroment
oven dutie at peak busy times, shop becomes chaotic
Instore Staff (Former Employee) – Glasgow – 26 May 2016
Liked the job at first when I started but looking back on it I don't know how I managed to stay. Got absolutely NO TRAINING had to learn everything myself, manager doesn't know the slightest on how to train people so let's the other team members do it while he sits in the office eating pizzas which were wrong. Yet when it is busy he will come up and moan at everyone for not going fast enough then bugger off back down to the office. Asked 2 mangers several times for more shifts as I can work full time now and have been given 3 a week which is shocking as I had this many when I first started, everything you say to the managers just go over their head as all they care about is statistics and how the shop looks don't give two f**ks about how the staff are feeling. Prior to getting a maximum of 3 SHIFTS A WEEK it is almost impossible to make any money. I get around £150 a month which is balls. Also done my health and food safety and got an award as my manager told me my wage would go up which was an absolute lie, only got us to do it so he would look better. DO NOT RECOMMEND WORKING HERE NOT EVEN IF YOURE DESPERATE, WOULD GIVE 0 STARS IF I COULD.