Morning shifts are really good. You reach the job, the first thing you have to do is feed people with good food. Domino's slogan "Sell more pizzas! Have more fun!" itself says fun. Needs to take care of service times as well but it requires more staff that could be one negative point. As if I order food from dominos I need it delivered in 30 mins minimum but sometimes achieving that goal becomes difficult if its busy day like Friday. I have learned a lot of things working at Domino's like how to read people one aspect of becoming a store manager, hire staff for work you have to be strict all the time and then you remember your old days. There was no hard part in working at dominos all it requires a bit of concentration and effort you put in your work. Most enjoyable part starts in the evening when peak hours are on, everyone is busy in their own work you won't even realize how you spent four hours of the shift, sometimes its whole night and you are still working. Overall, it's a good working experience and a great part of the journey is that you get to meet new people and new cultures.
Half an hour break, free food sports environment