manager (Former Employee) – oakland cal – 20 July 2012
i was given the keys to the front door and made manager because they had a shortage of managers during which my store routinely was rated number 1 each month 2 years later i was demoted because i had not gone thru their manager classes even tho the district manager tried to keep me on the first 100+ days i was there 7 days a week 3 days open to close because i had no one else in charge just 1 part time shift manager. i had a lot of Vietnamese drivers simply because no one else with a car would stay for yhat low of pay. my hands were tied as is the case with all large chain fast food restaurants and could not give a half way descent raise to hard workers . the best thing i did while at the job was to give advice to a African American low income struck living in the ghetto woman who had just graduated and she took it and was able to get a good job that i could not offer
Pizza Chef (Former Employee) – New Minas, NS – 13 September 2017
we all worked well together. the team work is what it is all about. if the team does not work well together than the day wouldnt go very well. when we had a good team on the day went smooth and very efficient
Back of House Manager (Former Employee) – London – 28 August 2017
In Pizza hut, I got my opportunities to achieve my goals, they helped me a lot to higher rank in such a small period of time. I worked their for 5 and half year and believe me that was fantastic experience.
Customer Service, Kitchen Duties (Former Employee) – Alexandria, ON – 28 August 2017
A day as a Pizza Hut employee consisted of prepping dough, measuring/gathering toppings, dish washing, cleaning the kitchen and eating areas, checking inventory, taking orders, and making pizzas. I learned proper kitchen sanitation and improved my multitasking skills/working under pressure; these things were also the most difficult things of the job. I enjoyed making pizzas the most.
Fun, engaging workplace with good staff and relaxed atmosphere
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Lindsay, ON – 28 August 2017
The typical day involved driving to customer's homes with their orders, completing the transaction, and returning to the store. The management always took care of the drivers and other staff and the work environment was cordial and relaxed while still being very productive.
It is a good place to start for a beginer and flexible hours
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 28 August 2017
It was fun to work with other team members and this job help me to growth my inner strength because of the fastidious environment. For long run this place is not recommended like low salary, turn around rate is high and area manger doesn't appreciate your hard work.
Dough master & pizza maker (Current Employee) – National Capital Region, ON – 23 August 2017
I work at max restaurant as a server /waiter then after 9months end of contract , i decide to work at pizza hut to develop my skills specially in service but i didn't expect that they give me a chance to practice my skills in pizza making ang dough making
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 23 August 2017
I worked as a pizza maker for the company. Although I found it to be quite tough as I felt used and abused by management at this particular facility. They had refused to pay me for all of my shifts. The management was absolutely horrendous. I wouldn't recommend anyone work at this facility. When I get food with family or friends there I have noticed they always have the same management but they have a different, brand new employee working in the back making the pizzas. There wasn't an enjoyable part about the job.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 16 August 2017
Easy going people and costumers. Good team players you meet while working at pizza hut. Always a chance for advancement. People you work with are understandable. Its not always busy you get a lot of free times to chill.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 August 2017
A good choice for a first job. Cooks just prepare pizza and send it through the automated oven. Good place to learn all of my basic job skills. Management is alright but you need to give a few limbs for extra work hours. Hardest part of the job is the environment. During the summer you're typically suffocating in sweat and in the winter you're a Popsicle in a t-shirt. Most enjoyable part was the people I met and all the time I've spent failing and learning.
You typically get a meal a shift (Mistake pizzas, wings, etc)
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 15 August 2017
- You're treated as a freelancer, and paid accordingly, with NO chance of of a "raise" (4.25 per delivery is hilarious, considering the price hike coming)
-You get trashed by customers you deliver to because the kitchen staff is too busy gossiping to make sure orders are accurate
- Like 3 or 4 good staff total.. they got double digit employees, so that's not a good look
- They do very little to adjust scheduling, so this job is for children, not people with families, or any form of a social life
- Most of the equipment is breaking down on a regular basis, usually the wing fryer, so customer unsatisfaction is a regular occurence
- Are often asked to do more than required workload due to lazy kitchen staff
- Often get to hear 18-22 yr olds outside of work escapades in front of customers. Not awkward at all.
- If you're an african minority, prepare yourself for tons of racial jokes from unknowingly ignorant co-workers
- The pay is garbage considering how vast the covering area is (Valley East, Blezzard Valley, Hanmer, Capreol) as the aread consists mostly of highways, making each drive at least a 5-10 min minimum. So unless you REALLY enjoy driving, give this a HARD PASS.
as it was my first job, I have learned what it was like to have a full time job. however the management wasn't terrible but it was not good. the most enjoyable part of working at pizza hut was the customers.
Pizza hut doesn't hire you as an employee. They make you sign a contract as a free lancer with compensation for each delivery.
When I worked there, they were paying 2,80$ per delivery. And during a typical 4 hours shift you could expect to make about 8-12 delivery since the restaurant was not really busy. So overall you are working at a rate if 4,80$-8,40$/hour before tips. This doesn't even cover your car expenses. Tips are ok, but since you are making so few deliveries, overall you are not making any money. Average tips was 2,50$ so you are looking at about 25$ tips for the evening.
I would not recommend working there to anyone. All you will do is work way bellow the minimum salary.