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 (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.
Team Member - Full Time (Former Employee) – Hednesford – 15 January 2018
Hednesford Pizza Hut delivery... what a joke! The main manager there couldn’t run a hot bath let alone a business! One of the make table staff(who makes the pizzas) has flaky skin coming off his hands and doesn’t wear gloves. The trays aren’t washed half of the time, pay is fairly decent but you aren’t appreciated at all. The only good thing about the job is probably the free pizza, and even that isn’t great.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Altrincham – 24 November 2017
Was told to I could do training at home as well as there by one manager then another told me that it is to be done on site, long story short a few month in and still was not fully trained and so was stuck on the salad bar on the one day a week I was actually on the rota. The staff were all nice though just was not a fan of the way this particular restaurant was run.
Team Member (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 4 October 2017
Not fun and the people are rude that work there. It isnt a hygienic place, the workers dont really care that much about hygiene. It was an all mens shop where i didnt feel comfortable being the only girl
Team member (Former Employee) – Romford, Greater London – 29 September 2017
carrot on a stick where management concerned. trapped in role was good at with no intention of moving me up ladder. double standards, management favourites could get away with shoddy closes. those who worked hard got no praise just pushed to carry poor members of team . my mum had a stroke I called in sick, was dropped from 36 hours to one shift of 8 hours then taken off rota. best thing about job was colleagues and obviously the free food.