Well, how can I start : Did start working for Dominos as a part time job and went full time after a few months. That was a few years ago when I didn't knew how the company operates. Who are you working for is a franchise who doesn't care about any of their employees ....for example: * they hire all the idiots in the world and want the older guys to compensate for them by working harder. * they money they pay for fuel don't cover real wear and tear unless you have a ford ka. * they don't pay the right amount of tax to HMRC by declaring your income less (different records on p45 from them as HMRC not only for me). * the holiday policy is ridiculos with days left cancelled at the end of the year with no pay and without any posibility of taking them (you might apply in october but be told all year is booked, or you can book and get cancelled without notice). * different favoritism culture with asian staff due to asian managers not only in the shop I worked in. * hours worked my be missing often from your payslip, witch was a regular thing latelly with more than half the staff , as you have no access to your working time and this can be adjusted by any manager at any given time. * expected to have your car clean and road-worthy but tolerating other ones that looked like they carried pigs as a regular job.
Free or half price food, had a few nice guys working there, tips (but way less than the managers think you are doing----maybe around 3£/day), some quiet times with nothing to do.
Antisocial hours payed with the minimum wage, third world country working culture, messing with your working hours and holidays, 0 hours contract even for full time staff.
In-store Crew Member (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire – 7 January 2018
Excessive work for insufficient pay. The managers were generally unhelpful with the exception of one individual regional manager, the working culture was not enjoyable and it was not an environment I would recommend anyone should work in.
Working for Dominos was a big experience for me, I got very nice salary, once in three weeks I had 5days off. Obviously not everything was perfect, but where is? I worked from 12AM to 10PM. I used to load trucks, drive forklifts, JCBs, VNAs etc.
I was a crew member. Pay was awful. Worked with people who were lazy and had poor hygiene. Manager once moaned at me for getting an 8/10 rating by a mystery shopper despite me being there 2 weeks. Disorganised chaos. Short breaks. No staff area. A toilet that was never cleaned. Just awful. Thankfully there was a nice guy who helped me get through my shifts.
team member (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes – 27 May 2016
most days at work is normally busy or quite. I have learned hoe to cut pizza correctly and helping with delivery. the management could be most better. all the coworker are friendly and nice to get a long with. the hardest bit was at work is doing learning how to do the make line and learning how to the topping on the pizza.
team member (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes – 19 May 2016
the job was busy most days and quite on some days and I have leaned to work as a team and lean to know the system on the computer and leaning know to cut pizza correctly and properly and help with delivery packing.
Loading Bay Operative (Former Employee) – ashland milton keynes – 6 February 2016
Loading warehouse operative (agency) My role was loading and unloading stock, picking, order picking Goods in / Goods at the main warehouse, I joined before Christmas period which was extremely busy but in January there was a less hours available so my hours got cut prompting me to seek further opportunities.
In Store Worker (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, ENG – 8 November 2015
Domino's Pizza has a great welcoming staff that will help you and train you to make sure up to scratch all the time. The most enjoyable part of the job was completing a full days work of orders and going home with that satisfaction of doing the job right.
CSR (Former Employee) – Milton Keynes, ENG – 21 May 2014
At domino's I mainly got called into work at 5.30pm and I would work till between 9 and 10.00pm, domino's would get busy between 7-9. I learnt how to work with customers and how to use the tills to take orders. Management was polite and understanding. The co-workers were a pleasure to work with, they made my experience at domino's much more exciting and they helped me when i didn't understand something. The hardest part of my job is when it got to rush hour, sometimes the phone would be ringing again as soon as I put it down, we had a wait as long as an hour before, it got very busy sometimes. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new customers and making sure they got their food how they wanted.