Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Peacehaven, East Sussex – 26 May 2018
good place to work, friendly staff, good pay and benefits, can choose your hours, time off usually not a problem as they have plenty of staff that can cover. can easily transfer between local stores, can be asked to cover in different local stores if needed
Free pizza, 50% staff discount
Can sometimes be long hours depending which shifts you have
Manager in Training (Current Employee) – Haydock – 8 May 2018
I've worked for domino's now for a year and a half, I've never worked in a more friendly environment. even through it can get very busy everyone works as a team so it makes working there fun as you can make lots of good friends. The management at the domino's i work at is good as it is based on a 'friend' style of management, meaning they're not harsh or unapproachable, they often work around you with hours as long as you're reasonable.
Telefonista y Ayudante de Cocina (Former Employee) – Gibraltar – 7 May 2018
Concretamente en el Domino's de Gibraltar, lo que me llevo conmigo son mis compañeros, muy buen ambiente de trabajo y afrontando la jornada con sonrisas y ganas de cachondeo. Lo más difícil era responder a la cantidad de pedidos de los viernes y sábados por la noche, pero también las horas muertas de los martes por la mañana a que vinieran los clientes. Aprendí compañerismo, atención al cliente tanto en inglés como en español, crear, hornear y servir las pizzas y complementos y limpieza y saneamiento. Lo que más me gustó fue el dinamismo del trabajo, muy estimulante. Cuesta un poco arrancar, pero son muy comprensivos.
Dejan descansos, tienes descuento en productos, ambiente y trabajo agradables.
La accesibilidad a Gibraltar desde España, los horarios, te llevas a casa el olor de la cocina.
Production Operative (Former Employee) – Coventry City Centre, West Midlands – 7 May 2018
Was good time and I made a lot of memories , frends and I a chive new skills and experience thanks God for all nice people and managers Wat they help me and give me the opportunity to advance my role there
Instore Staff (Former Employee) – Bridgend – 4 May 2018
Rubbish place to work for as manager was horrible and his assistant manager would always send me home after half hour Bad pay and hours Rubbish working environment as staff weren’t available to talk to
Work all night and early morning and you get a free pizza on top of the minimum wage. The fuel and maintenance allowance is fair if you work in a store with a decent delivery area. The free pizza perk was only if you did an open or close, and it was then only a limited small pizza.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Rochdale – 30 April 2018
I was being paid minimum wages a the time (around 3) as I was 16. Not worth it as I was yelled at by customers who were mad about there order but didn't want anything to just to scream at you. teamwork was poor and managers only sat in the office "working". I did get £2 for a small pizza and 50% off when I collected pizza. All so if the day was slow I would only work for a 1hour.
Instore Team Member (Current Employee) – Leven – 23 April 2018
Staff (mainly managers) are very unfair when it comes to rota and hours. One week you may be on every day with one day off and the next week you could only have one day on. This is not at all ideal when you have bills to pay! Even asking for more hours can be a hassle at times. Managers can often be very sarcastic and indecisive when it comes to working hours and even simple questions can receive a snide answer.
Front Line Customer Service (Former Employee) – Exeter, Devon – 23 April 2018
It was so unorganised, I didn’t know what days I was working and he rota was constantly changing. The staff were not friendly and I didn’t like it there. I was getting accused of other people’s mistake and it wasn’t nice.
Delivery Driver and In-Store Staff (Former Employee) – Worthing, West Sussex – 23 April 2018
Hours are good, either work the Lunch shift or the Dinner shift or both. A 20minute break is always provided with a meal and paid. Sometimes it can become very overwhelming when busy- staff must all work together to provide the service, usually no breaks can be taken during this time.
Managers is more of a mixed bag, sometimes you’ll get someone very strict and always on top of things and will sort things out the first time you ask, however some may be very relaxed and often fail to write down your holidays and forget to change your times on the rota.
Petrol is paid upon finishing the shift based on a set sum per delivery and tips are usually given to drivers to keep themselves.
Paid monthly per hour.
Free Lunch after 6 hours work, Tips, Petrol Reimbursements
If you work in day shifts they give you 1/2 an hour or 1 hour break to each staff as they say Labour is high, so basically it's a waste of time for staff, if you work late night they will send you to far off areas (7 miles one way) to cover up other stores those shuts at midnight but on your cost Domino's won't pay you any extra fuel money and even you work whole night till 6 in the morning pay rate is same as day shifts people. Water is a basic human need and must be provided free by any business and here you have to pay for it.
Even water is not free here for staff.
Mileage given is too low in Swindon in comparison to other cities.