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.
Instore Team Member (Former Employee) – Omagh, County Tyrone – 16 October 2018
unprofessional workplace management have no communication skills and dont know how to speak to staff forcing everyonr to leave awful pay for expected work load no breaks treated like you are expandable cuts shifts if sick or if they jist take a dislike area manager makes up rules them changes them consistantly contridicting himself and expects staff to know what he is thinking. Disaster of a business and management who are running.it into the ground
Team Member - Part Time (Former Employee) – Basingstoke – 4 October 2018
Working in dominos was great. Everyone was very kind there and was always willing to help you with anything, even if they had their hands full. Met many great, hardworking people there. Also, they'd allow you to take any bad orders so sometimes I'd get a lot of free pizzas. Only bad thing was the pay as it was minimum wage from a very demanding job (I was 17 at the time).
Instore Team Member (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 20 September 2018
Taking orders, preparing pizza, boxing orders Learned how to take orders and payments in store and over the phone, how to make the pizzas from start to finish and how to put and order together Fun job in a lively workplace Sometimes may not get hours wanted, and get shifts a week in advance, can usually work around your schedule, shifts are afternoon - evening Drivers can give lifts home
Team Member (Current Employee) – Swadlincote, Derbyshire – 19 September 2018
My time at Domino's was a blast, the friend's you make at work become like family and I am happy I met everyone there. A typical day at work is full of amusing introductions to customers and nice conversations with the regulars about their days and the best deals.
It's funny and enjoyable until it comes to booking time off work. This is when things become difficult. Managers like leaving whenever they like. If someone needs to leave early or needs a day off work last minute, they aren't very understanding and refuse to see the desperation in some people needing the flexibility. There are obvious favorites and obvious tension between certain staff too. The part timers are under appreciated and are expected to do too much.
Free food on close, 50% discount, flexibility.
not enough hours offered, negative attitudes, lack of respect, lack of management.
Instore Team Member (Former Employee) – Worcestershire – 31 August 2018
Good for your first job but they really don’t know how to treat their staff. Horrible management and school like behaviour. First come first serve basis if you are ill, they don’t like it if you are ill, unsociable hours and your whole life starts to revolve around the company. Petty and malicious management who gossip constantly. Avoid at all costs. Not worth the grief you get off customers for other people’s mistakes.
very fun but you lose evenings and weekends but worth it for the banter
Team Member (Current Employee) – Northwich – 25 July 2018
literally the best people I have ever met and such an efficient sharp team, short shifts seem like hours though for some reason, pretty sure its a wormhole, but generally fun and a happy place to call work.
Instore/Team Member (Current Employee) – Corringham – 19 July 2018
I have enjoyed every minute working at Dominos. Working with my team has been amazing as they have all got great personalities and have made the job fun. However, I have come to a point in my life that now I have finished college I am focusing on finding something which will benefit me more in the future such as a health and social care job (as this is what I studied in college).
This job has made me very independent as I have learnt that you can not depend on others to get things done and so you may have to do most of it yourself. This is a great thing to learn at a young age as it will set you up on the future to be able to do things within a team but also take matters into your own hands when needed.
Everyone that I work with is very friendly and welcoming within the store and all the managers provide you with help when needed. I also really enjoy dealing with customers (such as serving and answering the phones) as it improves your communication skills and also makes you more self-confident.
Another thing which I like about working in Dominos is that you are doing something during the whole shift. For example, a typical day at work for me is taking orders on the phone or in person, answering phones, serving, cleaning, training new staff members, operating slap table, operating make line, operating cut table, etc.
Instore Team Member (Current Employee) – Fareham, Hampshire – 9 July 2018
At dominos the atmosphere can change very quickly, one minute everyone’s laughing and having fun then the next everyone is heads down focusing being productive. When it gets busy it can get stressful but we all work together to b an effective team to deliver a standard satisfactory to our customers.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Walkden – 22 June 2018
Some people were okay, just one individual who didn't care how he was affecting the work life of others. He was very rude and disrespectful and after just a month, I left because I hated coming into work because of him and that should never happen. Management lacked a little and it just didn't feel comfortable to work there.