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“Overworked and neglected staff”

The tips you earn are your own- you keep 100% of them. Getting free pizza is a good perk!

There was little consideration from upper management towards staff on the restaurant floor. The restaurant floor staff including the waitresses, chefs and waiters work extremely hard compared to upper management. I often found I worked past my shift due to there being no set finish time for your shift. I have worked till 1am on occasion. There is a lot of pressure to meet targets, with being let go the result of failing to meet this.

They will do anything they can to get as many customers in as possible even if they are understaffed.

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PizzaExpress operates restauarants all over the world. As of June 26, 2013, the company operates 422 restaurants in the United Kingdom and Ireland with 55 more restaurants across 12 countries. PizzaExpress was launched in 1965 by Peter Boizot. In Wardour Street. And in chaos. His Italian oven was too big for the door. So he knocked down the wall. Oven in. Oven on. And so it began. Two years on, Peter had met Enzo Apicella. An amazing artist. A visionary designer. Two people with shared passions. For beautiful music, stunning design, unique experiences and exceptional food. Decades later, those passions still inspire us. Particularly when we shake things up. Because knowing where you come from is the best possible guide to where you should go next. Peter and Enzo loved shaking it up. Trying new things. We're just the same. Because, like them, we know who we are. What we are. And we're nuts about pizza. Beautiful pizza. Always served in style.