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Productive ad Fun learning Experience
Customer Service (Former Employee), Campbell River, BCNovember 8, 2012
I had a great time working at Little Caesar. As a staff member I was entitled to as much time off as I wanted, and although the pay was minimal I enjoyed working there and would recommend it to anyone looking for a fun learning experience. The hardest part was leaving my friends and co-workers at Little Caesars. I learned Customer service and kitchen – more... duties. Management was excellent and they have so much to offer. – less
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It was an okay job.
Shift manager (Former Employee), Bowmanville, ONOctober 16, 2012
Nothing to exciting, not too much motivation. Fast paced, and a lot of cleaning when closing. The people there were awesome to work with.
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long hours, hot working conditions
Cashier, Cook, Shaker boarder (Former Employee), Windsor OnSeptember 30, 2012
I would either shakerboard in the heat or the cold whenever I was told to, or I would work as a cashier or cook, cooks receive pizzas while standing near a 700 degree oven
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Fun, fast paced environment
Shift runner (Former Employee), Windsor, On.September 27, 2012
Opening/closing safe, registers and store. Organizing/ordering of inventory. Preparation of food and customer assistance.
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Chaos
Shakerboarder (Former Employee), Oshawa, ONJune 22, 2012
management didnt understand their job, co-workers didnt understand their job.
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Entertaining work doing something I loved
Crew Member (Former Employee), Whitby OntarioMay 29, 2012
Typically I would be opening, or closing the store five or 6 days a week. Daily I would take part in the preparation, and serving of the food. As well I would maintain the cleansliness of the restaurant both at my station and in general. Every Thursday I would unload and organize the invenotry of the next week. Little Caesars taught me how a small restaurant – more... is run, and since the dough and sauce is handmade my talent for food preparation also improved. I loved this job because it was doing something that I enjoy, for a company I have always admired and respected and while sometimes hours would be long and breaks would be few there was not much reason to complain. – less
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Okay Job
Crew Member (Former Employee), Niagara Falls, ONMay 29, 2012
I loved the atmosphere of working in such a face paced environment, being able to bring in customers by being the mascot and also helping them place and make their orders. For the time I was there, I don't think my hard work was valued and under appreciated. I loved every part of this job also, from prepping the food to shaking the signs out side.
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Great place to start. Terrible place to stay.
Grunt (Former Employee), Rocky MountJuly 19, 2014
Pros: great first job
Cons: won't get you very far.
Not much to say about this job. This was my first job and I stayed there far too long. I'll describe my 4 years of experience here.

A typical day at work required great speed and careful planning throughout the day. I would come in normally in the mornings to open. Take out a substantial amount of dough needed to work with. I would make the crust for – more... pizzas and give them to station #2 to put on toppings and other ingredients. Once I supplied Station 2 with enough crusts to last, I would peel away from that task and begin making the dough for the night shift to use. This dough had to be made a very particular way. Too much or too little water, oil or flour would result in a catastrophe of horrible dough product. The dough also had to be enough to last through night shift into the next morning.

I would wash dishes, take out trash, sweep, mop, clean and organize work station areas as well as help run other stations such as station #2 for toppings and ingredients, Station #3 for wings and other side orders, Station #4 taking pizzas and other products out of the oven and boxing them and the cash register.

What this job as taught me is speed and attention to detail. You must be fast to keep up with the rush hours and the attention to detail helps greatly when making dough, washing dishes and seeing who needs help and how I can help them.

When we would get a new employee, I would be the one to train them in the ways of health code and safety regulations and the standard Little Caesar procedures of food preparation.

The hardest part of the job was the people. No one had a good attitude and it can be stressful to deal with these types of customers and working with these types of co-workers.

The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing I had done my best to serve someone that day.

Overall, my job at Little Caesar's was to do everything I could. I didn't have a set title or position. I was everywhere. – less
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Easy and fun place to work in
Co-Manager (Former Employee), miami, flJuly 18, 2014
organize, follow the rules, customers are priority number 1
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Assistant Manager (Current Employee), caJuly 18, 2014
Fast paced, poor management skills, diverse hours. Customers are always impatient, always working nights and weekends.
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Good place to work for and good people to work with
Food Prep (Former Employee), Lebanon, MOJuly 17, 2014
This job was a good place and good people to work with. The job was not hard but not easy either. The job was fun and yet rewarding and helping others was the best part.
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Fun first job and great management
Line Cook (Former Employee), NVJuly 16, 2014
This job was my first job and got it during the summer break before my senior year. I was hired on the spot and started that day. My manager show me how to take care of everything and was patient with me when I didn't get it figured out the first time. After being there awhile, I had an opportunity for advancement to Shift Leader, where I learned how – more... to develop myself into a responsible young adult. The hardest past was dealing with the heat of the ovens and keeping up with extremely large orders (the largest I ever saw was 80 to 90 pizzas). The co-workers were great and easy to get along with. – less
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Best first job, ever.
Cashier/crew member (Former Employee), Detroit, MIJuly 15, 2014
I've worked here twice, and this was my first job. The relationship between my managers and I really paved the way for my work ethic.
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Easy work but not much room for advancement
Store Manager (Former Employee), Lancaster, CAJuly 15, 2014
Work was easy but once I reached the manager position any advancement would take years. Something that would go on without annual raises
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Busy store
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Illinois, ChicagoJuly 12, 2014
Pros: discounts, staff
Cons: its not as busy in the winter
The store always had friendly faces my last boss and co-manager before they changed management were impeccable. The staff was amazing. I loved going into work, it was very convenient, it was a few blocks away from my house. The hard part was management changed frequently due to the lack of willingness by Managers and Co-managers and that brought a lot – more... of conflict before I decided to leave. The most enjoyable part of working at little Caesars was being an assistant Manager and having a great staff that always worked together. – less
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Job has many down falls
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Nashville, TNJuly 10, 2014
Pros: 30 minute breaks
Cons: co-workers, low pay, high stress.
While working here there was a change in managers four different times. Many only stayed for a few weeks. At one point One of the managers started sexually harassing all the female employes, and when all of our hours started being tampered with we all quit. I had also had many fights over the fact that I was assistant manager and being paid the minimum – more... wage. I would not of minded if I had not been the assistant manager. I ended up leaving this job very angry and refusing to come back because of all the things i had to deal with. – less
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Little Caesars Assistant Manager
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), 2128 E Florence Blvd, Casa Grande, AZ 85122July 10, 2014
Open the store and set alarm off, prepare tablet or paperwork for daily counts. Manage labor and product use. As well as at the end of the night Inventory is necessary, and most important to set the alarm before closing time.
As Assistant Manager, my responsibility is to show the employees what way is the correct way to use our products. Also they need – more... to be told what station to work on for their shift hours.
The most enjoyable part of my job is getting along with everybody, being there for each other as a team we are. – less
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Great job to have while in school
Cashier (Former Employee), Grayson, KYJuly 10, 2014
head cashier
ran drive thru
handled cash
cash drops
waited on customer
answered phones
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fast paced and very busyy
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Lilburn, GAJuly 9, 2014
little Caesars was a typical fast food restaurant. Typical day would start off with clocking in and starting with my duties as the cashier which was Receive payment by cash, check, credit cards, vouchers, or automatic debits.

2) Issue receipts, refunds, credits, or change due to customers.

3) Count money in cash drawers at the beginning of shifts – more... to ensure that amounts are correct and that there is adequate change.

4) Greet customers entering establishments.

5) Maintain clean and orderly checkout areas.

6) Establish or identify prices of goods, services or admission, and tabulate bills using calculators, cash registers, or optical price scanners. – less
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Productive place to work
Shift Leader (Former Employee), Kings Mountain, NCJuly 8, 2014
I learned how to become independent while working at Little Caesars.

About Little Caesars

Little Caesars is a pizza chain, estimated to be the 3rd largest in the United States. The Little Caesars headquarters is located – Read more