Rather casual and a great place to get experience for future jobs.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Kalaheo, HI – 19 August 2019
It's a rather laid-back environment that, while training you to do many things other careers may require, doesn't offer much chance for advancement. While working there is nice, I wouldn't stay there for more than a year or two before looking on to better opportunities.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Kendall, FL – 18 July 2019
Really its a good place but some people of crew can be a little anoying but the manager is a good person and so funny... I would like another job because I would like earn more money, for the reason I need help my family and I need pay my studies
Had knowledge of pizza making before working at Pizza Hut it was a good job and fast paced kept busy , good leadership at Pizza Hut they had benefits but I chose to work part time and great customer service was provided to each customer
Crew (Former Employee) – Kendallville, IN – 28 June 2019
I really liked working at Pizza Hut for 6months to help buy myself a car. All the managers were well involved and organized. They wanted to see you get better and had extensive training on every aspect of the kitchen. The only thing wrong with the place is the pay, and the amount of work you would put in. Weekend nights were incredibly stressful, you are doing the work of 3 people and only getting paid barely more than minimum wage, but you could always get the hours!
Lots of free and heavily discounted food, organized, well trained
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Barbourville, KY – 5 June 2019
The work was very easy to pick up on. The management was up to par. They were very flexible with the days I was working and the hours. There were no issues with the pay. I actually enjoyed working there, if I could go back I would.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 30 April 2019
It was a very high stress job as we were very close to the university, with constant orders coming in and always understaffed it became a less than optimal work environment. Most of those who were tasked with grunt work ended up doing all the work. I learned what I didn't want in a job and how to be a better manager. Through the two years that I was there the only raise we got was due to the provincial minimum wage increase. Also the competitive wage increase was 5 cents above minimum wage. One of the hardest things about the job was being constantly understaffed and having to prepare food as well take care of the current orders with not enough people created a constant fast paced high stress scenario.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Tamarac, FL – 21 April 2019
I was a still a senior in high school. I was referred to this job by my basketball teammate. I primarily worked in the kitchen area as a cook to prepare orders. Some times I also made deliveries. I worked per diem, whenever I was needed, wherever I was needed. There were several crew members on the clock at any given time. I often had to wait to be called in to work. My hours fluctuated based on management. My weekly hours and pay was inconsistent and unpredictable.
Work with the public, knowledge of pizza preparation
My weekly hours and pay was inconsistent and unpredictable.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 6 March 2019
Good job full of fun people and it’s fairly easy. With good training this job could be a piece of cake, but this job can cut hours at any time. Other of my friends had too many hours such as getting home at 3:00am and going back in at 5:00am
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Elk City, OK – 18 November 2018
It was a good place to work out but definitely didn't get paid enough or enough hours to be able to survive on my own I only got two to three hours a day and then only like 3 days a week to work and yes I got tips but the tips plus the check or not enough for me to have a stable living