Shift Manager (full-time) (Former Employee), Ashburn, VA – June 26, 2014
Cons: no breaks
a day at work became apart of your daily routine i learned how to make a pizza from scratch management was good but strict co-workers were very friendly and helpful hardest and most enjoyable part of the job were the dinner rushes
Cook/Dish Washer/Customer Service (Former Employee), Saskatoon, SK – December 6, 2012
Day to day work was to make,prepare and store pizza dough. Sauce and put toppings on the pizzas according to the order and cook them. work the cashier and provide the best customer service possible. The management was layed back and often off there feet when it came to there duties such as providing work materials. My co workers were easy to get along – more... with and did there part. The hardest part of the job was cleaning the oven every time it needed to be cleaned. The best part of the job for me was preparing the pizzas to be cooked. – less
Deliver driver (Former Employee), Durham, NC – December 18, 2014
Cons: no break
I did not enjoy working at papa johns because there were managers who would talk to you like they your parents and like they did not have to respect you at all. but it was my job so i had to do whatever it was i needed to do so i can keep a job until i found another one.
Manager (Current Employee), Middletown, NY – December 18, 2014
Pros: flexible hours
Cons: picking up others slack.
I am a manager there and it is a pretty good job. It can get pretty tough in there if you do not know what your doing. Definitely a challenging job for someone new but helps manage a team of individuals.
Driver (Current Employee), Fairmont, WV – December 17, 2014
Cons: alot of damage on car
I deliver food orders in a timely safe manner . responsibilities include greeting customers also receive disperse change. I make pizza from dough to finish, take orders deliver pizzas and work real close to my coworkers.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), west New York, NY – December 15, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: no health care
open and manage store, work with customers to give them the best experience, i learn to work with others and to manages a group of people. Also to have patience with hard customers, and give them the best service they can get, and if by any chance they had a bad experience, try to fix it as professional as possible. my co-workers love to work with me, – more... they say i am a good manager. the hardest part of the job is to train people that have never work on a place like this. the best part of the job is to go to a place that everyone loves me, even customers, because i threat them like family. – less
Food Service/ Crew Member (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 15, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: no breaks
I made multiple pizzas entire shift. I learned how to make pizzas rom scratch. The managers were cool , as well as my coworkers. Hardest part of the job is when we'd have specials on pizza, and there was a rush. The most enjoyable part of the job was slow days.
General Manager (Current Employee), Charles Town, WV – December 14, 2014
Cash management, customer service, order making and coordination, schedule writing, P & L review, food ordering, labor and food cost control, training of staff and management team, implement LTO's, LSM, etc.
Delivery Route Driver (Current Employee), Savannah, GA – December 13, 2014
My average work day consists of me clocking in and going straight to the make line to assist with orders. I am a very visual and hands on worker and learner. Management is easy to get along with as long as you are doing your job. My co-workers have unique personalities and I talk to everyone. The hardest part of my job is trying to see addresses at – more... night and not being able to contact the customer for help all of the time. I enjoy the freedom of my job and not always doing the same routine everyday. – less
A very productive and very fun place to work. Great atmosphere.
Shift Manager (Former Employee), Lillington, NC – December 13, 2014
Pros: discount meals, flexible hours, great teamwork.
Cons: drivers paid less than minimum wage. must provide and maintain own vehicle as driver (including gas), not paid by the mile.
-depending on how busy it is that day, your job position, your availability, and how good of a worker you are, your shift could be anywhere from 2-8hrs. -opening and closing the store as a driver, cashier, and manager. how to be a delivery driver, and how to be a manager. -management is easy to work with (the ones i worked with at least). co-workers – more... are easy to work with (the ones i worked with at least). -the hardest part of the job were game nights, a few rude customers. -just about everything about the job was enjoyable. – less
Phones/Cashier (Former Employee), Sarasota, FL – December 13, 2014
Pros: discounted food, friendly workers
Cons: hours dropped too much after season.
I started out as a typical phone girl, just answering and taking food orders, and handling money for walk in customers. I then learned how to help in the back of the house, with prepping and other tasks. Management was very good, all though sometimes a little bit too laid back. Friendly and could be approached if you had a problem. Very easy, and super – more... bowl Sunday all the joking and friendly manners were set aside, very professional. I loved this job, only when it was slow I could not get enough hours to be stable in life. Co-workers were so friendly we would hang out outside of work, the customers were a little negative except for a handful who would make everyone's day. – less
Delivery Driver (Current Employee), West Palm Beach, FL – December 13, 2014
Is a nice place to work funny team played, I learned making pizza, manager nice respectful and also co-worker, hardest part learn all ingredient for the first time the not even pay good, enjoyable is good to work there.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – December 13, 2014
To work for this company essentially means you sign a contract to lower your standards of self. Corn husker Pj LLC has a tendency to violate numerous labor laws, on top of showing a complete lack of respect for its even most loyal employees. To say the very least it is best not to invest energy into this company.
Manager (Current Employee), Detroit, MI – December 11, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: no breaks
Working with Papa John was a fun and professional experience. We like to say team work makes the dream work. That kept everyone cooperating together and as long as everyone did what they were suppose no one was over worked.