Pizza Chef (Current Employee) – Manchester – 7 March 2018
The Domino's pizza demands the high level flexibility of their worker.I started the job always in different time. Apart of the rota their workers need to be flexible at any time when they are calling. In this time when I was a team member of the Domino's I learned how to make and prepare the high quality food how to do the inventory and take the delivery out. The managment is good, they can handle the problems of the costumers and their workers. The hardest part of the job is the long busy-time. And the most enjoyable part is the staff. They are not only a team, they are a family.
When I first started working for Domino's it was fun the was understanding than as time went on they started treating me like a mug they pressure you into doing something you don't want to do, they expect you learn everything is a couple of shifts the management is awful they lie to your face than turn it back on you making out your the liar. The people that work for the company are fun and outgoing you get the odd one that's not very nice but you get that everywhere, I wouldn't recommend working for the company. You used to get free food but not anymore they stopped that and also stopped staff discount on almost everything. I worked a few shifts in the summer about 9.5 hours and got no break no food wasn't aloud to go outside wasn't even a loud to buy a drink. The wage isn't great worked every week 16 hours at the end of the month I was taking home around £300 I would book holiday they wouldn't pay me or would forgot I booked holiday.