Working at Pizza Hut, Inc.

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How do employees review their experience at Pizza Hut, Inc.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Pizza Hut, Inc. as 3.1 out of 5. Pizza Hut, Inc. earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 3.8 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 2.3 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that employees at Pizza Hut, Inc., with scores of 2.9 and 3.2 respectively, have had mixed experiences. Learn More

Pizza Hut, Inc. Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Pizza Hut, Inc.?

Pizza Cook / Chef / Maker in Waupaca:
"Its a job."
Pros: Get tips here and there, free food and soda. Good boss but one of the supervisors are not as nice.
Cons: Not the best pay, cut hours frequently, hard to get on full time hours every single week, expensive medical insurance, only get pto for being there full time (40 hrs) every week for a year.

Server in Monroe:
"How to be successful."
Pros: The customers are fantastic! When you have customers come back week after week to see you it gives you satisfaction.
Cons: Working in this business you can feel very under appreciated by management.

General Manager, Restaurant in Columbia:
Pros: It pays the bills. I enjoy most of the people I work with.
Cons: The customers. Having to work with young adults who are lazy.

General Manager, Restaurant in Ottawa:
Pros: I love being in control and helping people grow.
Cons: I hate having to always be the go to guy.

General Manager, Restaurant in Woodbridge:
"Hard work and stress."
Pros: I enjoy meeting new people and training my employees to be the best and provide great customer service.
Cons: There is a lot of stress from upper management. As a Manager, we never have time to do administrative things, this is a hands on job, sometimes we work more then 50 hours a week or we work six to seven days straight to the point that your depressed! The lack of applicants make it difficult to hire people when needed. We don't pay junior management enough money for them to really care about the position. I don't mind taking ownership of my store, but sometimes I have to do maintenance on the store which is hard to do when your busy doing other things. Some stores are in poor condition and they want us as managers to paint, do plumbing work, sometimes replace floor tiles. So I consider myself a manager and a manager of maintenance department in my store. After working on a store you don't own, your to tired to work on your own house.

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