Pizza Hut
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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6 questions about Working Culture at Pizza Hut
As a bit of income on the side, or a part time job as a student.
Answered 25 March 2017
Found a better job, better pay. This job becomes exhausting, repetitive, you aren’t treated well enough, you’re just numbers on a clipboard, and it becomes insulting, it can really affect your mental health for £4.81 an hour
Answered 27 March 2017
Hated it. Horrible.
Answered 29 March 2019
Not knowing what I was going to be accused and bullied for next.
Answered 22 October 2018
It was adorable place to work
Answered 22 November 2018
Not good. After doing Saturday and Sunday I asked to just do Saturdays. I was then told to call in every Friday to see if they needed me in a Saturday. At that point it just seemed like more of a hassle than a payoff.You must also pay for a second CBT test before working 2nd pizza hut. If you have just left the jobcentre then I don't know how they expect you to find 80 quid from thin air. The pizzas get tired real quick so not many perks. Arrogant customers although some do tip.
Answered 6 February 2018
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