Flexible start times if you are a few minutes late. If you live in a town with little traffic, then pay is great. You make more as a delivery driver if you work longer than 3 or 4 hours. No reward for closing the store but you do make more money. Tips are pretty good and average to $3 per delivery that's under 5 km round trip. Vehicle expenses are reasonable if you drive slow, turn slow, and go slow over bumps. If you drive like a dummy, expect to lose from $3000 to $5000 per year on vehicle depreciation. If you drive a 1990s car that you fix yourself and just do basic maintenance like spark plugs, sensors, suspension, then you can make $20/hr. If you drive a brand new car or can't choose a reliable vehicle, then you can lose $5000 per year on car expenses.
poor. if they dont like you they wont make eye contact but rather they're more than happy to deliver you a piece of paper of a written report of something you didnt do and not give you a copy.
Not done well. You're told to keep labor costs at an almost impossible percentile but then yelled at for having higher service times. It's a lose lose situation almost always from them. Depends on the owner though as all stores are franchised.
I would say that most of the management at Domino's gives great feedback. If you read reviews on Domino's online, they always respond back to customer comments and they also handle customer issues extremely well!
Feedback from management is delivered online to the domino's
It's not. You wake up to a stack of writeups dating back months.
Feedback was too good really awesome job
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