Food Counter Attendant (Current Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 12 June 2017
sometimes it is boring due to its not busy. I have learned a lots in this job such making dough,making pizza ,doing the counter like how to handle the machines and I had a little knowledge how to make an inventory and ordering an items. Management is good the thing is if its not busy she let her people to go home early. Hardest part of this job is making a dough and during winter its pretty much busy and staff is not enough The most enjoyable part of this job is the busiest time and have an enough staff to help each other.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 April 2017
In a fast pace franchise like 73 you don't know when rush hour is going to hit you, but it defiantly will hit you, in that time frame the time goes by really fast. It well cultured environment to be working in.
Driver (Former Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 24 February 2017
Weather out in a beautiful country side or within the wals of a household i've always done my best to make sure the job is done to optimal exceptions. warm summer rain or the harsh winds of 30- im happy and prompt to be on the job!
Kitchen Assistant (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 January 2017
It's fun to work with my colleagues.learned a lots of things from my whole team.always do the night shift.when it's busy,we work together and time pass very fast but after 2 a.m.its very hard to pass the time.
Kitchen Helper/Dishwasher (Former Employee) – Spruce Grove, AB – 29 September 2016
An average day at work was often busy and chaotic. Workers would be going back and fourth with orders and each person had a station to make things go smoother. I learned many quick ways to cut up different types of vegetables and how to properly roll dough. the management often was there til 8 pm making sure everyone had their break and had eaten their lunches/ suppers. I became good friends with most of my co-workers outside of work due to how friendly they had treated me my first few weeks working with them. The hardest part about he job was cutting onions. My eyes watered and stung for a long while after cutting and peeling red onions. The best thing about the job was creating each pizza and finding strange combinations I later was able to try myself.
Service Provider (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 September 2016
I signed up for Pizza 73 as a work-from-home Service Provider. The work involved taking pizza orders over the phone, working over the internet and transferring calls as necessary. The work itself was fine; it was even fun. Sometimes I'd have to deal with irate customers, but all in all, the job wasn't difficult to deal with.
The problem was wages. This job is commission-based and you are set up as an independent contractor, so you are paid piece work per call. Their classified ads state that home Service Providers can make between $12-14/hr if they work fast enough. However, this is simply not true. Even after I successfully kept my calls under two minutes and easily achieved the high-end speed goals they wanted me to hit, I only reached a peak wage of $8.80/hr, which is still far below minimum wage, and this was during the busiest time of the year when they were offering weekly bonus incentives on top of the normal rate.
The truth is, no matter how hard or fast you work,you will never, EVER, make the advertised wage of $12-14/hr, you will most likely hover around $7/hr. I received excellent monthly performance reviews from my managers that did not contain any suggestions on how to improve my speeds, and as far as I could tell I had effectively mastered the job, and yet I was still not receiving the advertised hourly target wage.
This is because those targets are fabricated in order to attract new Service Providers, as they have a high turnover rate. They obviously won't attract new workers if they state that you'll be making around $7/hr! I would even say they go somore... far as to say that their classified ads are in the realm of false advertising.
The worst part is that they won't even provide you with a reference when you decide to leave the company. After six months of working there, despite consistently producing quality work and receiving excellent performance reviews, they simply would not grant me a reference and would not provide a reason why. I know they received my request but they deliberately ignored it multiple times.
Do yourself a favor and never work there, and remember that every time you order pizza from Pizza 73 you are supporting their unethical policy of paying their contractors less than minimum wage.less
Flexible schedule, set your own hours, friendly support staff
Abysmal pay, no references, no room for advancement, dead-end job
Food Counter Attendant (Former Employee) – Airdrie, AB – 8 July 2016
It's always like a normal day at work. You don't look forward to the next shift you get. I learned how to make pizza and fry chicken wings and that's it. Management is the worst, they don't listen to your opinions they always think they are right.
Food Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 19 May 2016
It was a nice place to get an experience of food industry and responsibilities of store manager/supervisor. It was a great place to deal with pressure because sometimes we use to get very busy in regular hours so I learned to manage in shortage of staff.