Free lunch, fairly flexible hours, good training. I felt by the time i left Pizza hut i was well trained in most functions across the business. Great opportunities to grow with the company and advance up the chain. Still, this job is really for teenagers and young people (not someone in their 30s which is why i left!)
Poor management at times. Not great communication from the powers that be in the US (and sometimes quite americanised promos which would never fly in the UK).
Endless amounts of free food.
Not very welcoming to new staff & not very understanding when it comes to mistakes.
Everyone worked as a team and helped each other when needed. Weekends was our busiest time and thats when we needed to pull together which without a doubt happened week in week out!
I would say the hours, i didnt have as many as i would of wanted too, but could understand due to the amount of people working there at the time.
No one thought they was better than anyone else whilst i was there and was all treated the same, which is hard to find in many places.
Good training and development Supportive management style with plenty of feedback opportunities and preformance reviews Once you have completed your first 12 months you start getting a bonus increment onto your hourly rate, which makes the wage half decent. Good team environment in the main
Some jobs attract no tips and are boring and tedious – if your manager doesn't like you, you can be assigned to these all the time! Some managers work one way and others another way which creates a real lack of consistency and conflicts can arise because of it. It means that you can end up clashing with other members of the team. It needs to be addressed at a higher level and clear methods of working established for everyone.
It's unusual for senior management to get involved at restaurant level!
Fair pay shouldn't be a benefit!
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