Team Member (Former Employee) – London – 1 January 2019
I've worked at Pizza Hut for 4 years. I was a team member, then a team leader and soon progressed to a support manager. Along the years i became a Acting Restaurant General Manager. I've learnt a lot in management and taking care of a team of people. Making sure the culture at the workplace is pleasant at all times, the restaurant is working smoothly, taking complaints into account and problem solving at all times. The hardest part of the job was making sure things still ran smoothly during busy periods. I enjoyed learning new processes and meeting a wide variety of people every day.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Upminster, Greater London – 22 October 2018
A typical day at work in Pizza hut is that there is a lot of orders coming through and we have to work together as a team to complete the orders and keep the kitchen as clean as possible.
I've learnt to make my favourite type of pizza which was super supreme and i learn how to work as a team as we have different roles to play into delivering customer's orders. The workplace have a mix of cultures as some of the employees are from Asian countries. The hardest part of the job is to complete all of the orders in the busiest time of the day. Mostly i have to ask other member of the team for some help as there were loads of orders flying in at the same time. The most enjoyable part of the job is learning the different roles of the business and to get to know other people who also works in Pizza Hut.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Reading, Berkshire – 29 June 2018
You may have to use the potwash machine to clean dirty plates, cutlery, etc. You may have to make pizzas on the 'make table', use the fryer to the best of your ability and cut pizzas using a rocker knife, along with ensuring all orders are sent out as quickly as possible while also maintaining high standards.
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.
team member (Former Employee) – Meadowhall, South Yorkshire – 19 May 2018
I had a lovely time working at pizza hut and made lots and lots of new friends, however, progression in the company is only possible if you are one of the bosses favourites. A lot of hard work goes unnoticed and there is poor pastoral support.
Team Member i work right (Former Employee) – Warrington, Cheshire – 23 March 2018
loved this job would love to work there again if I had the chance , great bunch of people and managers are lovely. They taught me a lot of stuff like stretching pizza bases, hardest part was trying to keep on top of the pots during the rush times.
team member (Former Employee) – Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire – 16 March 2018
My job was to serve costumers so that they would have a good experience and always come for more. Helped with the salad make sure we had enough for everyone, also clean the area when my costumers left.
Team member (Former Employee) – King's Lynn – 17 February 2018
Although it was an okay first job, i was only earning £100 a month and the managers did not care what shoes you wore, if you wore hair nets, if you had jewelry in or anything like that. It was just way too relaxed.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Liverpool – 30 January 2018
Great to work for if looking for some extra cash when young hard to have a work life balance when you begin to move up the career ladder, great for learning skills to communicate with people, great teams where people become friends.
Team Member (Current Employee) – Swinton, Greater Manchester – 21 January 2018
The typical day at work consists of greeting and taking orders from customers. Keeping the store clean. And making pizzas to brand standard. Keeping stock. However, for the amount of hard work that I do, I get paid £4.05 an hour and I have been underpaid for every payment.