Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tralee, County Kerry – 21 January 2018
Coming to work was a pleasure as the staff is very friendly. I gained many new skills in different areas. The management was great as the team always worked great together. The hardest part about the job was if it was busy and we were understaffed. I loved working with a lovely staff.
pizza maker (Current Employee) – Clonee, County Meath – 30 December 2017
The job required you to answer phones, take orders make food and pack the food to the boxes. The hardest part of the job was the night shifts and the busy time that comes from about 6-10 o'clock. Essential skills that were leaned were answering the phones, dealing with costumers, handling money Closing the shop.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Dublin – 12 May 2017
work - work - work and work that's all no fun, need put more than double efforts while working in domino's. As a manager have to left behind social life. Need avail 24hrs when ever they need you have to go no choice. Stressful job. Very tough target to achieve bonuses.
Make Line Assistant (Former Employee) – Glenageary, County Dublin – 16 January 2017
Dominos pizza was a very enjoyable job. A typical day would consist of managing the phones and also helping out on the make line to assure that orders are met and customers are satisfied. Managers would constantly be giving orders to people to insure targets are met. The hardest part of the job was making pizzas during the busy hours it would get crazy busy at times. The most enjoyable part was having fun with co-workers while making pizzas and hitting targets.
Asst. manager (Current Employee) – Galway – 26 October 2016
I've worked here for almost 6 years, I've been trained as an assistant manager and given roles such as shift runner & cash handler. It is a decent place to work but the chance to progress hasn't been coming for over 4 years
PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVER (Former Employee) – Balbriggan, County Dublin – 11 September 2016
Working at Domino's as a driver is under self employment to pay you half the minimum wage, staff turnover is very high in this business, they can replace you. I felt when announcing the end of college, I was already replaced by taking on more staff, reducing tip opportunities and hours for everyone as I was still working there when this happened. There is no advancement opportunities and work is not possible unless used in conjunction with social welfare. For the pay, it's not worth wearing your car engine out for, only if you can't get work anywhere else. A dead-end job unless you stay there for years to get through the ranks.
You get a free staff meal, but have to pay for medium pizza upwards
Low pay, no value for employee's, random hours, car engine weardown