On average, employees in Ann Arbor, MI at Domino's Pizza give their company a 3.7 rating out of 5.0 based on 10, whereas overall Average Rating of Domino's Pizza is 3.8 out of 5.0 based on 153 Domino's Pizza Review Ratings. The happiest Domino's Pizza employees in Ann Arbor, MI are Android Developers submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Anonymous Employees with a rating of 3.8.
"I've worked for Domino's for NGSS project, which is the in store applications that Domino's use to take, make and deliver the orders. I found it as a strong company with latest technologies."
"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"
"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."
"I worked at Domino's Pizza for almost 3 years, i found this company to be full of talents and very diversified culture where innovation, critical thinking are always fostered."
"It is a good company to work for, but after some time the projects can get monotonous, especially in the mobile area. There's not much room for self-improvement. While working as a contractor, there was not much opportunity for growth."
"I am working as a developer in the ecom group. This job has always been "okay", but the longer I work here the less unsatisfying this company seems to be. There is little to no QA, every release is a fire drill, nothing is organized. The infrastructure is dated, the policies right out of the 90's (the company has temporarily suspended its dress code). Pay is below market, the benefits are pretty poor as well. The university is the other big employer in Ann Arbor and you can make about the same yearly wage there, but have incredible benefits. Work there if you need experience, otherwise avoid."
"Domino's is a good, strong company. They are trying to do the right things. The business is doing very well and the workplace environment is the best you'll find in Michigan. However, there is no room to improve or move up, they vastly under compensate their core employees, and the desired technology just isn't there yet. The leadership have a lot of power to make very poor decisions and stumble around many projects. There is a high amount of employee turnover. It was unsatisfying."
What do you like about working at Domino's Pizza?
"In the past 3 years, new product innovation has led to increased sales which has increased interest in the brand. This has made selling franchises a little easier. It is an iconic brand with a rich history."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Concentrate on the results you have achieved in the past."
What don't you like about working at Domino's Pizza?
"Leadership is changing the rules on who we can sell franchises to and reduced incentives for those franchisees. This will make it very difficult to grow the brand and exceed goals."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"I would allow me to continue to sell the brand to outside investors, where I have been successful the past 3 years, and keep incentives at their current level."
"Great growth opportunities at the time."
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