Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Dumfries, VA – March 12, 2014
On most days the store is very busy with hundreds of customers. I typically manage up to 20 people in a shift, depending on the day. I learned how to manage my time wisely in order to make the customers happy.
crew/cashier (Former Employee), CA – October 1, 2014
You get there and clock in. And usually you are suppose to ask someone what can you help with. If you see were u can be then u go, the hardiest part of working there is landing and trying not to get tired. The heat and how fast they can come out is challenging. I got along with my co-workers really well I never had a bad experienced with the crew.
Manager (Current Employee), Chester, VA – September 30, 2014
Pros: free food and workplace fun
Cons: no real breaks and staffing issues
Little Caesars has provided me with years of steady employment and I have met a lot of wonderful people. I have also hired a lot of people and have helped them become better people and I am very pleased to have had the opportunity to do so. It has been quite the experience, with the only real negatives being some of the people that I have worked with – more... making the day to day work a bit more stressful than need be. – less
Fun, face-paced work environment with few advancement opportunities but unique work.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Warr Acres, OK – September 29, 2014
Pros: my coworkers
Cons: my coworkers
A typical day at Little Caesars consists of making pizza! How the pizza is made, however, is very unique; the cheese is freshly shredded from a special selection of cheeses, the sauce is stirred fresh daily from a blend of herbs and spices and tomato paste, and the dough is made daily, and the ingredients all cut up and stocked.
The hardest part was – more... keeping up a specific quota of pizza based of the store to store revenue available to the customer while not putting up too much as to waste too much money for the company, but not have too few as to make customers wait and therein break the "promise" that Little Caesars heralds in the commercial "Hot-N-Ready, serve each and every in 30 seconds or less, with a smile!"
Through it however, business flow, labor, and many more practical computer wise and leading skills were ascertained in the time there. Little Caesars does not attract many dedicated or ethical workers, so being a manager is more like leading over-sized children in a very hot daycare.
Some of the more enjoyable times would be, while the advancement opportunities were few, the ones that were made available were made easily available to all those who took the time to concern themselves with quality, customer service and a touch of compassion. Managing is fun there, when you care. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Riveton, Utah – September 27, 2014
Pros: worked with great people
Cons: sometimes was tiring
• Performed duties of Acting Assistant Manager • Order and prepare innovatory • Create displays and design to promote sales • Produced financial reports for the company • Oversee over 15 employees • Cashier experience, managed cash and handling of funds • Provided excellent Customer service • Prepared Specialty Pizzas for Customers
Crew member (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – September 27, 2014
Pros: get a brake
Cons: one 15 min brake
Everyday at work, I had to make dough from scratch had to give the pizzas topping, do pan pick ups, washed the dished, sometimes took out the trash, season the bread. My co-workers were all young, most were immature and obnoxious most of the time. Managers favored other employees more. Probably the hardest part of the job was doing "landing" which is – more... taking the pizzas out of the oven cutting them in perfect even slices, while putting the hot pans under the table folding the bexes and handing out the pizzas. – less
Shift Leader (Current Employee), Clinton, SC – September 25, 2014
Pros: free one topping pizza only if you are at work on the clock
Cons: no benfits
I hate this job with everything in my soul. The manager is awful. I nerve get a weekend off and I always have to close. I am a shift leader. and only make .25 cent more than the other workers. I do all the store manager work. She gets all the credit and I get no thank you. I cant even clock out to take a lunch break. I have to eat as I go. Please run – more... away from the job it will take so much from you. – less
Cook (Former Employee), Warrensburg, MO – September 24, 2014
Pros: 20% off of food, on the clock and off.
Cons: very low pay and minimal hours.
Very fast paced techniques with little pay or employee care. Learned speed with cooking. Scheduling was terrible and hours were random and short (would get 2-3 hour shifts.) Coworkers of the same rank were entertaining and made the workplace smooth and enjoyable.
General Manager Trainer/City Manager (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – September 24, 2014
Pros: its a job
work you to the bone! never any breaks , people always quitting, stress! 10-12 hr shifts on your feet the whole time , dont waste your time unless your in a franchise with someone who will listen to you
A typical day would consist of opening or closing the store where I would prepare the dough needed for the entire day, prepare pizzas and other food items all the way from dough to selling it to customers. When closing, I would perform nightly clean up duties. Then I would cash out registers and take down inventory, first recorded on paper then entered – more... into computer system. Hardest part was dealing with an inconsistent and unpredictable schedule. The best part was leading my crew. – less
Manager (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – September 22, 2014
Pros: free pizza almost anytime you want it, almost everyone is fun to work with and are easy going, will help work around your schedule
Cons: almost no breaks, some advancements but not much, management seems to be changed around every 3 to 6 months
Its a fun place to work at it really is if things arent getting changed around so much. I worked for that company off and on for the better part of 3 years and it was nice. I was promoted to manager after six months so it does provide for some advancements but after I was given a raise I was maxed out at the most I could get paid. If management isnt – more... getting moved around to other stores then it is a fun place to work because you can get in to the grove of working with fun people.its not hard work but it is a fast moving place to work. – less
ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee), Riverton, Wy – September 19, 2014
Open store, make dough and get toppings out. Cook, clean, and work cash register all day due to lack of employees. When i was working with someone, it was pleasant. I was the manager above me was a very hard worker and fair. Hardest part of the job was staying on top of all the orders when working alone