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Domino's Employee Reviews for Assistant Manager

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Assistant Manager5 reviews
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Ireland5 reviews
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4.0
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A good place to work if you have aiming high, benefits on long term can be good from pay rate to bonuses. Good for building a career as they provide trainings and oportunities.
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5.0
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Great place to work while I studied. Work is not too difficult, but I was kept busy so time goes fast. Learned good work ethic. Team work is very important.
Pros
Easy work
Cons
Some late nights
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3.0
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Not so easy work environment, provides experience in troubleshooting, no fixed hour shift. No pension or healthcare. little to no work life balance
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4.0
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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
Cons
Long, unsociable hours
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4.0
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A typical day involves managing, opening and closing the shop, preparing items for work (filling the make-line and tidying up the shop before opening the door for business .), taking customer orders, preparing the orders, clocking the driver. I have learned how to manage time effectively and how to present myself well to customers. As management in training i keen to do my job, i know the ins-and-outs of everybody's position and keep a steady flow of the shop. The staff are always looking out for everyone and pitch in where they can;but it was a very friendly place to work. The hardest part of the job would be working non-stop, in-and-out of the shop for 9.5 hours.. The most enjoyable part of the job is arriving at the start of the shift knowing you have a good team of people behind you.
Pros
free staff meals
Cons
any hours
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