To care about losing your employees. I've never worked at a pizza shop that actually cares for their workers. I've been working with commercial pizza for 10 years and have worked at 4 different chains.
Wear something that makes you look clean as the employer would want to look for someone that looks after themselves inwhich it will make them believe you can look after yourself and the store.
You will but don't expect to get off lightly.
It's a strict time-based job with expectations to know the addresses at the drop of a hat.
You are tracked wherever you go so I would expect management to phone you when they realise where you are within that hour in the wrong direction.
When they wanted to use it I got a few dollers off of items and got to take freebies home before that changed.
I had to answer three maths questions about giving back change. Then they asked why you wanted to work there, why they should hire you, some of your weaknesses and strengths and finally what days you would be able to work.
How much would a 15 turning 16 this year get paid per hour not delivery driver just a worker at the store ?
Make sure you get casual employment, part-time for a 15 year old pays around $8
I liked working with the other staff there and riding on the scooters with the time limit and getting to see the different parts of town.
The free food was a bonus before it changed.
Mine varied but they were 5+ hours on average with about 3 to 5 shifts a week (unless taking someones shift) I never got out on time though so be prepared for late shifts that run past due knocking off time of about half an hour+