My manager is very encouraging to me I just started working a Papa John’s recently and I don’t know everything and im def not as fast as some of my coworkers, but he always takes a minute or two to try and coach me and its really great so far. The pay is decent especially if i takee over a driver shift. Sometimes the customers are really annoying but its a good job
So i’ve worked at both Domino’s and Papa John’s as a driver and crew.. There really isn’t much of a difference at all in them. Similar cultures since it basically just boils down to what kind of manager you have. Since we all liked each other at Papa John’s we sorta fell into a team rhythm which helped us just bust out tons of pizza’s quickly. It really just depnds on your coworkers at places like these
Basically you should read the order three times before you start to make it and that way you know exactly what you should be making. Use the cups to make sure you have the exact amount of ingredients and if its a half and half pizza you can use an olive on two ends to cut the diameter of it so its easier to place toppings. Also you should leave some space between them for the cutter. When spreading the sauce keep your ladle level and smoothly and softly make circles, each one bigger than the last, if one side has more than the other just go in reverse. Besides that you’ll get better with time, no one is good at making them new. Keep an eye on the charts on the makeline too. Hope this helps anyone starting out at Papa John’s
One of my managers at Papa John's explained to me the other day that the most important thing about running a pizza business is preparation. I think this is true when you're looking for a job or just livin your life. The better prepared you are, the faster you get results.
So I hired at the local Papa John’s and i was told to expect an email telling me where to go for training? Like I guess it’s not on site it’s at a different location for all the nearby franchises. I never got the email though I checked in my spam folders and everything so I’m a bit lost on what to do since I don’t know where to go. I called the store where I got hired from but no one is picking up.. What do I do??
I love my job at Papa John's as a shift manager. One of the best jobs I've had. My little one is getting older tho and my wife is back to work. She and I usually take turns picking him up from daycare, but recently her job has been keeping her longer and longer. She hasn't been able to get him and I keep asking my sister in law to pick him up which is ok for now, but I can't keep asking her. I don't want to leave early myself and set a bad example for the employees here. Anyone know what should I do??
So a while back some old college friends and I met up and hung out for the first time in a few years. We ended up getting hungry and ordered some Papa John’s pizza. There was about 12 of us and the total was somewhere around $50.. We all ended up throwing in 10 bucks each and just gave it to the guy when he got here. I guess he was going through some rough times. He came back recently and told us how much the that tip meant to him. It really shows you how some things that aren’t a big deal to you can be a huge deal to someone else!
Got the job at papa johns!!! First job I ever had. I been here for like a week, but everybody is nice. love making money. Hoping I can train to do delivery. Need a car first tho.
If you wanna work for Papa Johns these are somethings they will probably ask you:
Why do you want to work for Papa John’s? Can you work weekends (say yes) Why should we hire you? How would you deal with an upset customer?
Anyone else have any questions that they were asked we can add in here?
I’m an assistant manager at Papa John’s and I always try to put my employees first. You hear big companies like google give lots of perks to their employees cuz it makes them work more so I always try to keep my drivers and cooks happy. Sometimes that means I’m busting out pizzas with them or taking out some deliveries or changing the work schedule at the last minute but it’s worth it bcuz most of my employees have been here for over a year so I don’t get a lot of folks leaving. It’s also about letting them know when they’re doing a great job and I really enjoy it