Delivery Driver, Hostess, Customer service (Former Employee) – Laval, QC – 25 January 2017
Was happy doing deliveries because then I would not have to stay in an extremely badly managed work environment. No communication whatsoever. I blame the the experience and competency of the management staff however and not the employees.
Cook (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 24 January 2017
the job was a good one at first fast paces at times but that was ok the staff was very helpful in helping me get a feel of the place and the management at the time was great i would make pizza and other food items but then my brother started working with me and that's when things went south also the management changed
Pizza Maker (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 19 January 2017
i'm not really sure how i felt near the end. the original store manger was great and had the best rules to motivate people and the restaurant felt like a family but after he became district manager the store fell apart
free food untill store manager became district manger
managers are gods there and they can do anything they want including not work
Seeking a position in a respectable Company that is in need of my abilities and talent as well as enhancing my knowledge in Customer service and be a
Cashier (Former Employee) – west bay – 17 January 2017
In today's competitive retailing world, the best way to ensure organizational success is to delight the customer. Today’s customer is tomorrow’s want responsiveness, low cost and high quality products in a good shopping ambience. Having continuous improvement becomes a way of doing business, where people openly seek new developments and where systems and processes support and drive initiatives. The working environment must be in a way that people work without fear, within a culture that encourages in both personal and organizational accomplishments.
Cook/Prep (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 12 January 2017
The job was pretty simple. You would show up, check where you were assigned, work at that location as best you could while making sure you couldn't be of more help elsewhere, shift ends, overtime then actually end your shift.
You could count on your co-workers to help you in a jam but sometimes in these frantic stressful environments that isn't always an option.
Overall it was an average placed to work and would recommend it if you need a simple part-timer.
Best part was the free food/drinks hands down + the discount when not working.
Store General Manager (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 11 January 2017
not good, cut whole benefits money from my money which is high. no bonus on sales. incentives which is really tough to get..everything company's benefits nothing for employees. they dont care employees just company itself.
management are very tough, learned how to stay in the market which is good as a owner but not as a employee side.
no recognition, motivation except clapping. no gift no money for extra income.
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 10 January 2017
It was a very ever changing work place. Lot of great and interesting characters I got to work with. There is never a dull moment. When ever there a challenge The whole team would work together to make sure it could fixed. Was a good work environment.
Fun work place, friendly co workers and learned lot of things on my first job
Customer service (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 January 2017
Learned on my first job that not all works are easy, but if you succeed you will have no trouble on your work. Learned lots of things like managing my time, and working hard on stuff I need to work. First days are hard, but when you finally learn the stuff and know how your co workers work, how they struggle, you will have fun in your work. What I miss is making the pizza and stuff. What I hate is doing the dishwasher and cleaning all the plates and pans.
Cook (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 4 January 2017
The management team was awful. They never listened to their employees about their school/personal schedules. I got scheduled on days I had booked off weeks in advance, then got written up for missing my shift. The working conditions were unsanitary, and unsafe. No working air conditioning in the kitchen so in the summer it was sweltering (Not allowed to wear shorts). Mold/dirt/grease behind almost every shelf. Ant problem.
Cuisinier (Former Employee) – Saint-Jérôme, QC – 3 January 2017
When I got there I was only 16 years old and was still in high school. One of the supervisors was a friend of my best friend and he got me the job. He showed me all the basics and I learned a lot from that team of cooks. Good memories.
Hard work, team work, Monitoring product on the line, Maintain safe and Quality been packed
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Albion and Martingrove – 27 December 2016
Completing daily Monitoring check sheet and Temperature monitoring, Baked product test, Sensory Evaluation. Resolving issues on the floor. Assisting and Discussing QA Manager with the BRC and other audits from Exterior.
Manager Assistant (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – 20 December 2016
I have learned a lot of the last year at Pizza Hut. I have become a stronger person and a better people person always giving the customers what they need. It has had its ups and downs working with people who have different work ethic. I have helped build our team up and made our performance improve a lot in the last year.