Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – London – 14 January 2018
My work hours are usually in evening time till 11 or 12 pm. I enjoy my job dealing with team members and customers, offering an efficient customer-oriented service. I learned to find addresses easily, to use company software, to communicate clearly end respectively with customers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – London – 14 January 2018
My managers would deliberately isolate newer employees. Work hours were unfair as no one apart from managers were allowed to take holidays without at least 3 months notice, and rota would be made without consideration for employees
Used my own car- not a great idea if you do this if it’s a big car , you ideally need a 1.1 engine to be if it from the £1 per job (delivery) the basic rate of pay is low £7.50 where I see other towns 3 or 4 doing the same job for £10 an hour !!!! So colchester dominoes not the best.
Flexible working, take home money daily, free pizza easy job potential for good bonuses.
People pay online so tips are lower now, use your own car
Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Dronfield, Derbyshire – 11 January 2018
This was my first ever job when I was 16, it was alright for my first job I guess. However, the hours were sometimes too long, they tried to tax me at 16 whilst I was still at college and they often forgot to pay me.
Pizza maker (Current Employee) – Thatcham – 10 January 2018
The job itself is fun and very varied and the people you meet are friendly and kid but management is very poor and sometimes managers are rude. It took them over three months to sort out my tax code and it turns out my previous manager never filled out my P45 and never handed in my tax code.
Free food (after certain amount of hours), friendly and fun workspace.
Management poor, managers can be rude and terrible pay.
All Rounder (Former Employee) – Redhill, Surrey – 10 January 2018
The days will be very long, you may start in the morning or around 5 and you would be doing non stop work weather it be making pizza, on the oven, answering phones or maybe just doing stickers. The employees are very nice and will have a good laugh.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Bridgend – 9 January 2018
Loved working there was fast and kept me busy. However Head office would not change my minimum wage from £4.05 to £5.60 after i turned 18 this lasted for 4 months and eventually left due to the under payment.
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 9 January 2018
I was at college when I worked at dominos and they wanted me to quit my college course to work for them, I was only doing 4hours a day in the evening from 6-10 I was at college rein 8am-3pm most days disgusting
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.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Cumbernauld – 7 January 2018
Paid 90p per delivery using your own car...think about it!! No guarantee on hours and sent home when quiet. No guarantee on shifts they go to the "managers" favourites. Managers (god love them) are usually promoted from way way beyond their capabilities and therefore are usually inept because one day they are making pizzas next they are managing the store but...they are cheap and usually last about 3 months and then another pizza maker takes over. You know the story (hopefully)