Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – London Borough of Hackney, Greater London – 18 June 2018
Great place to work and learn how to make different products. Gives great experience on customer service and how to make sales for the business. There are also many benefits when working for the business.
was a good place to work overall. flexible working times good staff good employers. goals and targets were there to be achieved but with having your own independence to change things to improve standards
it wasnt fun i found it boring because it wasnt busy enough
Customer Service Adviser (Former Employee) – Andover, Hampshire – 15 June 2018
pizza hut was poor because it was to small for everyone to walk around in you weren't aloud breaks or have a drink if you need one
you weren't aloud to talk to your work friend if we weren't busy some of the staff treating me poorly they didn't really help me with the tills and deals i was suppose to learn. kept getting orders messed and really slow at cooking preparing the pizza wasn't ready on time.
all the staff did was shout at you even you did something wrong bymistake
Team Member (Former Employee) – Norbury – 13 June 2018
The closeness from the shop to my house was short, so that was nice. However, the pay was terrible. Sometimes i would be sent home because they would be overbooked. Extremely stressful and short hours. Management is rude, and i experienced racism from other workers.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Brentwood – 4 June 2018
I enjoy working there but I’d rather ask for different hours. I’d like to work more during the week and have the weekends as a morning job because I go to college through out the week but could do evening shifts then and weekends I have no free time.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Swansea – 3 June 2018
High stress, low reward. Leaned about heath and safety and dealing with stress management ok but franchise owner was very dodgy. very high turnaround of staff. hardest, dealing with stress. best, Free pizza!
free pizza, outdoors regularly
HIgh stress, no rewards, no progression, bottom rung job.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Kilmarnock – 2 June 2018
great place to work around college hours great colleagues wages could of been better late finish at weekends multitasking from serving customers, delivery driving and cleaning up at the end of the night using industrial dish washing machine sorry it closed down
I enjoyed the atmosphere around the restaraunt I worked at (in the kitchen,) they provided one small pizza per shift to keep you fed, but with shifts often stretching upwards of 10 hours, it is a difficult place to work. Far from the worse, however.
Front of House Supervisor (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 24 May 2018
Usually depends on the store you’ve been worked at. Bad management, the rgm only cares about his hours, he doesn’t do anything else. Sick of “kissing a***s” management. The pay isn’t that good but let’s say that isn’t bad either. Anyone could be a manager at Pizza Hut which is intrigues me a lot.
A lot is expected of you to deliver. However a lot of the tools are taken away from you making it very difficult. The wrong behaviours seem to get recognised and people trying to do their job with integrity don't.
Chef/Waiter (Former Employee) – Glasgow, Glasgow – 22 May 2018
prepping veg and pizza base in morning service 12 till 10 in busy mall i learned to prepare food to exact company standard. I had a great relationship with management and work well with them. the hut was ok work at. hardest part of the job was the was minimum opportunity to move up. most enjoyable was the team whom im still friends with.
I like everything except my work/life balance at the moment. I'm certain most hospitality is similar though. The company has been good to me though, we always try to get out time back if we work too much.
Head Chef (Former Employee) – Salisbury – 20 May 2018
A typical day at work involved making food for customers, and ensuring that the store operated within legal parameters.
I learned how to train staff effectively to operate within a busy work environment, and how to manage the work environment so as to keep staff happy and enthusiastic.
The management were largely good. There were a few bad managers that came and went, but for the most part, they were friendly, approachable, and professional.
Workplace culture was the real sticking point. As is often the case with minimum wage jobs, the staff varied from enthusiastic to unpleasant. The more unpleasant members of the team would often try to drag others down with them, which would affect morale, or would try to shirk their responsibilities at every opportunity, which would in turn create more work for others
The hardest part of the job were the often long working hours which were a result of the aforementioned staff issues, as well as the very poor wages.
The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to work with my friends, as well as the out-of-work socialising that afforded.