Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Simcoe, ON – February 10, 2016
taking orders morning afternoon and evening prep positioning sheets company orders training equiptment updateds communication & team-work organizing work space/place cleaning staying focus on assigned tasked do what is to be expected as long as work enviroment is safe to do so and have fun :)
"Shift Supervisor" (Former Employee) – Sicamous, BC – January 26, 2016
The store just opened and the owners don't even have everything ready. So after about a month both of them leave and don't come back. They are passive aggressive. As a "Shift Supervisor" I was no one special. We were under staffed, under paid, under trained. I was given the job title of store manager and they never told any one like they said they would, and refused to train me on things. As soon as they told me I would be the store manager I got a text 6 hours later saying that MY store was not running very organized and that this didn't look good on me and no one was happy. Well that's because when they left they didn't leave anyone in change. As the store manager when I asked the owners friend for the safe key so I was able to get change for the tills (which he never kept stocked properly) I was informed by the owners friend that He was the only one to have a key and no one but him was allowed in there. Which told me I was not the store manager and that I was a no one. They told me what I wanted to hear to keep me there until they got other people hired.
Manager (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – January 14, 2016
• Maintained high standards of customer service during high-volume, fast paced operations. • Communicated clearly and positively with coworkers and management. • Cashier: Handled currency and credit transactions quickly and accurately. • Mastered computer system installed to take orders, close daily sales and all operations • Cross-trained and coordinated scheduling with team members to ensure seamless service. • Built loyal clientele through friendly interactions and consistent appreciation.
Shift supervisor (Current Employee) – Peterborough, ON – January 13, 2016
A typical day at Pizza Hut would be getting in at 9 or 10 and starting the days preparation. Doing the inserts and making sure that there will be enough food ready for the day. I learned a lot about responsibility and time management. The management staff was very understanding but also assertive. Everyone that worked at Pizza Hut got a long very well, which made working there a lot better. The most enjoyable part of the job would have to be when more people got there for their shifts and it became more fun because everyone were good friends.
Its a great experience working in pizza hut, working with the team was fun and enjoyable make our works fast and deliver a great customer service with whole hearted make our customer their part of the family.
Restaurant General Manager (Former Employee) – ontario – November 20, 2015
i worked every possible position with this company. and i got little money, little respect and little help for trying to run a store that i wasn't even wanting to run in the first place.. not a great atmosphere and the wages were brutal. for the amount of work at GM has to do 32000 a year is squat! it's awful.
Cooking, Cleaning, Cashier (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – November 9, 2015
Co-workers are fantastic people and very helpful. Management could use somr work, training is vague and schedules are always unorganized. A lot of experience can be gained from working here, such as customer service, cooking skills, time management skills, etc. Staff is very easy going and friendly which makes it even better. Always coming home smelling like grease and oil though, which is the downfall of working here.
Restaurant General Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – October 20, 2015
It was a great experience. I have learned a lot and groomed my personality during my time with Pizza Hut. Great employers! The most challenging part of being a Restaurant General Manager was building a team that took long time but eventual it was worth it.
Delivery Driver, Dough Cook- I (Former Employee) – regina sk – October 13, 2015
not good dont work here unless your desperate smelly dirty not fun insane turn around no point getting to know anybody because theyd be gone very soon after they got there good way to meet lots of people fast though
Assistant Store Manager (Current Employee) – vancouver .bc – October 3, 2015
its a fun place to work but got lots and lots work to do by 1 man,,co-workers are friendly and with good manners ,hardest part to be my self to work for long shift,making schedule is the most fun part with all members request,,,