Crew Member (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 18 October 2017
Great place to make friends and develop lifelong friendships. Work is okay, awesome for a first job. Management will work around another schedule. Strict management, can be unprofessional at times. You do not get breaks.
Discount on pizza, free old pizza, good co workers
Cashier, pizza maker (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 10 July 2017
Worked here for a year, but would never stay longer than that. The hours are good, but once you give a shift away, kiss your hours good bye, absolutely ridiculous by going from full time hours (40-45) a week, to down to less than 20. Also for the first couple of months in working there, breaks were not offered, and even when taken, you only got minutes, even for a 9 hour shift and most of the time you didn't get the full 30 min before they need you to work again. For the most part the staff is alright, Management though is a joke. Assistant manager is very rude and will be rude, offensive and snarky to you during a shift, but will not be penalized for what is said nor done. The work is not hard and pretty simple for the most part. Either way, would not work for this company again, due to the outright stupidity of the management staff.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 July 2017
This job involved constantly working at a fast pace to satisfy the customers. The management was really understanding and provided flexible schedules. The hardest part of the job was the high temperatures of the ovens. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to cook, which has always been a hobby for me.
Keyholder/Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 July 2017
As people, the management were some of the nicest, honest people I've ever had the pleasure of meeting.
As managers, they routinely ignore staff complaints, issues that greatly affect staff performance, and suggestions that would greatly increase productivity and workplace efficiency.
Some examples include: not having any sort of standard for when the schedule is made or distributed, ignoring multiple complaints about an employee who routinely makes comments that would be simply unacceptable in any other workplace, because he is "good with numbers", and guessing produce shipment numbers because actually doing inventory would apparently be too time consuming.
That being said, it still isn't the worst place to work, as the work isn't too difficult, and you will generally have a good time while you are there. The food isn't half bad either, and the routine contests and promotions do help give you some extra motivation every so often. The scheduling, when done correctly, can actually be great, and the hours are very flexible. It's a really good job for students or anyone who is trying to fit some hours into an already busy schedule. One really good thing would be that you are trained on every station in the store, so you'll end up with more experience than someone stuck on one position most days.
Free food (occasionally), fun promotional contests, flexible scheduling
Indifferent Management, poor work ethic among higher positions, poor communication between management and employees.
Pizza Maker/Cashier (Former Employee) – LaSalle, ON – 5 July 2017
Never experienced a worse company to work for. They haven't given me any shifts in 3 weeks, with the excuse that it doesn't match my other job. They never supplied the store with toilet paper, and they treat everyone like garbage. I would NOT recommend working there.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 23 June 2017
Its not too bad of a place to work. If you show that you are a good worker, and reliable, then youll get the hours youre looking for. There isnt much room for growth, or raises, seldom offer benefits if at all, and the job itself can be very tiring.
Shift Leader (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 31 May 2017
A typical day depends if your doing an opening or closing shift. Both shifts have it's rush hour. In the morning's it's not that busy but speeds the pace during lunch.The people at this location are nice.Hardest part of the job is when there's a huge phone orders and customer's in the store it's diffcult to get through but possible.
Key Holder/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Wallaceburg, ON – 30 May 2017
Worked for little caesers for a year and a half until new management came in. They stated they were there to fix the place, income for the restaurant was great but under staffed and pressured to work under ridiculous circumstances. A coworker and myself were fired for no reason. Couldn't fight it because of severance pay. Was always promised more staff or more hours but promise was never fulfilled. Took a year and a half to get the apropriate wage of a key holder. Was not happy with the owner as she was only interested in money never glanced at staff accomplishments
Horrible management, untrustworthy, no job security
Manager (Former Employee) – Selkirk, MB – 29 May 2017
The busy-ness of little caesars is always fun and exciting to watch the workers work, As for being a part of it all, It was very fun to see all the happiness that was given when a job well done was created.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 16 May 2017
Management was terrible, expected too much from employees making less than minimum wage. Made us banner shake during a heatstroke, did not bother to give us water after when asked if there were any bottles.
Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 May 2017
The days were long, 8 hour shifts with no breaks. The store was unsafe and there was chances of being hurt. The wage was not good. There for 2 years and made slightly over minimum wage; even though I was a manager.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 12 May 2017
Easy job to secure, and not terribly difficult to advance into an Ast. Manager position. If in school, this is a great job to start with. In my opinion, this is what will help you with work experience.