"I answered an ad seeking GM for Domino's at Parsons, Ks. I spend 1 1/2 hrs on online interview and test. I receive a text the next day seeking an interview the next day. I spend 4 hours and $ 20 in gas, 90 miles trip to interview. I am greeted by a guy in a floured apron It is a meet and greet the manager to see "if he likes me". I said, "I am here to interview for the GM slot" rather expecting a regional mgr to be present. He states there is no GM position available. They only hire from within. I call the Emporia store. Both Emporia and Parsons are hiring GM's according to Domino's website. No, no GM slot in Emporia either. The regional supervisor calls me to apologize for "his secretary's miscommunication". I do not want to work for a company that starts out lying. They want people that they can treat badly, who are desperate, who will work 65 hrs a week to "advance to manager when we open another store"."
"Great place to work. Love it!"
"Primarily responsible for driving continuous improvement in Domino’s digital ordering experiences by providing rigorous web analytics and AB Testing insights to key leaders on the Digital Experience team"
"Lies about pay and hours. Not willing to work with work life balance"
"I HAVE BEEN WITH DOMINOS SUPPLY CHAIN CENTER FOR ALMOST 4YEARS., I TINK IT IS A VERY GOOD PLACE TO WORK. I M PLEASED WITH WHAT WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED AS A TEAM, BY MAKING SURE THAT DOMINOS BECOME THE BIGGEST PIZZA BY VOLUME AND THE NUMBER ONE IN THE US."
"Dominos is the second largest pizza chain in the world, with more than 12,500 locations in more than 80 countries. The company launched a ad campaign that has become legendary for its boldness, sharing comments from focus groups about what people thought of the product. Dominos store raises $10 million for st. Judes hospital, which shows the company goes above and beyond where they can. Everyone in the system can benefit, including the end consumer, who can feed their family Domino's menu items conveniently and economically. On average, the company’s sell more than 3 million pizzas each day throughout our global system. Impressive, popular and they deliver the quality."
"I am working here since 2013 so far I have no complains or concerns. One of the best companies I worked in my whole career."
"Dominos is a very good company to work for."
"Coworkers were friendly and the company increased the base salary due to the low tips inherent to the delivery area. The area was rough and the store was aging but managers worked with what they had/"
"I’ve worked for Domino’s Supply Chain Center since November 2018. It’s a diverse company with many opportunities to grow."
"I’ve worked for Domions for two years, and I honestly don’t think there’s a better work environment. From the new people to meet to the friendly, helpful staff. It’s a wonderful day to day work lifestyle. Not to mention the motivation with daily challenges! Everything is as it should at Domino's!"
"I love the environment of Domino's Pizza it's awesome that people are friendly the work environment is awesome and I would work there for the rest of my life if I hadn't moved to the high desert."
"It was a good summer job and a good chance for me to get some retail experience. I doubt it's a good place for upward momentum, but It was a good place to learn and earn a bit of money."
"I been working at domino's since January and Its cool. I'm a delivery driver so i have time for myself,food is good,co workers get the job done."
"I've worked for Domino's Pizza in the summer of 2016. I do believe that the company can be improved in various of areas. One of them would be proper training for junior employee."
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