worker (Current Employee), st Mary's – November 19, 2013
No direction given, interviewed for management at 13 $ hired for minimum not managenent but wasn't told this. 45 min commute not worth the pay. Questions always answered with 'that's how corporate wants it' bad food safety and very dirty. Will be leaving once claim is in the works.
On the plus side customers were nice and making pizza is kind of fun.
Prep cook, Front Cash (Former Employee), Cayuga, ON – March 6, 2013
Pros: breaks when it was slow, food was half off.
Cons: overload of hours near the end
I would prepare dough for the pizzas, Clean up any messes and at the ends of my shifts before closing. Cooked and cut pizzas and boxed them for customers. I learned how to make dough, and use the machine to do this. Management wasn't that great, but that's also because they were new and didn't know everything about being a manager yet. My co-workers – more... were very easy to get along with, and fun to work with. The hardest part of the job was working alone at night with larger orders. The easiest part and most enjoyable, was working in the morning making dough. – less
Productive workplace with a work focused atmosphere.
Kitchen Staff (Current Employee), Clackamas, OR – November 19, 2013
Pros: employee discount
Cons: unpredictable public
A normal day at work starts by clocking and washing your hands. From that point on you just try to be useful and get all of the stuff done you need to on your shift. Once that is done you can help prepare things for others later. Matt the genereal manager is a very patient and understanding man. Most of the co-workers are middle aged and have been in – more... this job for quite a while. I think the hardest part of the job is when a huge rush of orders come in and you have to keep up. The most enjoyable part is the pizza and being able to have some of the extras. – less
Driver/Cook/Supervisor (Former Employee), Winterset, IA – November 15, 2013
Pros: free pizza
Cons: no breaks and not getting paid alo
i would come in at 6:45 and start making dough for our pizzas for the whole day. i would get drawers out nd make sure they had he right amount of money in them. i would get the food prep areas ready for the day as well. i learned how to be a supervisor while i worked there and i got to do some of the manager job. the hardest thing about working there – more... was the stress and not geting paid alot to deal with it.i really enjoyed all the people i worked with we were a close team and i really miss that bout godfathers. – less
Cook/Dishwasher (Former Employee), Springfield, IL – August 2, 2013
Pros: no set time off
Cons: short breaks
I have worked in the pizza industry for over 15 years. I have plenty of experience in pizza making along with management skills. I am a dedicated employee and very loyal to a company. i have what it takes to be a successful employee. I have learned how to manage a store and give excellent service to the customer.
Shift Supervisor (Current Employee), Ankeny, IA – May 9, 2013
Pros: fast paced
Cons: few breaks
Godfathers is a fun a great place to work not to mention the best pizza ever!! I enjoy working with the public and providing the best coustomer service I can ensuring all customers were and are always 100 % satisfied with their time with us and the product the recived
Asst. Manager I (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – April 18, 2013
one of the best places to get pizza in town but not the greatest place to work. was offered a promotion at a different store and was denied that promotion and got stuck with less hours and a longer drive.