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No Offer – Interviewed in San Diego, CA Nov 2009 – Reviewed Apr 26, 2010
Interview Details – Went to the local Domino's next to my place, asked for a hiring form and filled t out. 1 week later, manager called me and asked basic questions. You had to pass some tests about customer services, but the manager pretty much gave me all the answers. There are also questions about safety.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work at Domino's? Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Los Angeles, CA Aug 2009 – Reviewed Oct 7, 2009
Interview Details – The interview was 1-1 interview and the question was, "What would your plan be if we hire you to be the Branch Manager?"
Interview Question – Why you want to work here consider your education View Answer
Reason for Declining – Received a better offer somewhere else.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Cary, NC Nov 2007 – Reviewed Apr 28, 2009
Interview Details – All that was required was an official state driving record and to fill out typical hiring documents. Usually jobs are offered even when relatively high numbers of drivers are employed. This greatly depends on the managers relationship with the existing drivers. Drivers the manager does not like tend to get less hours.
Negotiation Details – There is very little room to negatiate.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Mar 6, 2013
Interview Details – One phone interview then invited to an on site interview. All interviews were behavioural. The on site interview consisted of various behavioural interview questions, which I thought I had answered well.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in 5 years? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – none
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Oct 12, 2012
Interview Details – Interview was really simple. Just made sure I had worked before and my background check for my driving record came back clean. I believe they decided to hire me from the application, and only wouldn't hire me if I had a bad driving record or ended up being crazy at the interview.
Interview Question – There really weren't any. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Oct 9, 2012
Interview Details –
I walked in after previously seeing they were hiring on Craigslist. I asked to speak to a manager and the guy behind the counter said he'd do a quick interview. He basically asked where I live (not that far from the place), asked if I had any previous work experience (I did) he then got contact details and told me I was hired and asked for my shirt size.
He called my previous employer, got a referral, and I got a call 2 hours later by another manager asking to come in the next day at 5.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work at Domino's? View Answer
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation. I was fine with whatever they decided to pay me. Hey, it's work.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Aug 27, 2012
Interview Details – Submitted an application online, but knew the manager and had an interview a week later. Was hired on the spot.
Interview Question – Nothing unexpected, all routine questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation phase.
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2012 – Reviewed Jul 4, 2012
Interview Details –
I received a phone call to come in for an interview in about five days from the day I got the call. Interview went well BUT I was told I needed to wait TWO WHOLE WEEKS before orientation because the managers wouldn't be around next week. So that wasn't that bigga' deal.
The problem came when I forgot to take my Insurance Declaration document (instead I took an insurance card which only had my mother's name on it, since she's the main holder of the policy, I'm just an included driver), and since the insurance card I had didn't have my name on it I was told I'd have to WAIT A WHOLE 'NOTHER WEEK. Not to mention I would still have to do in-store training on the following Saturday which really equaled another TWO WEEKS I'd have to be waiting before I'd even be put on the schedule.
It's beyond me why I couldn't just fax this information as soon as I got home but they simply said to come back next week. This sort of interview process just takes way too long. I've never ever had a job make me wait this long. Usually during the interview EVERYTHING is done there as far as paperwork is concerned. Training either happens on the job or there's one orientation/training session. Not two different places and times I needed to go to.
The interview manager was pleasant but the regional manager (or whoever he was) seemed like the corporate shark type. He even said, while he was phoning another Domino's to ask a manger a question, "Say 'Wow' more clearly." to the person who answered the phone! They have to say "Wow" when they answer the phone and you're going to critique them on it???? Hahahahaha!!! If that isn't laughable I don't know what is, besides not bringing my Declaration document.
Needless to say more than half the people got asked to leave the orientation for not having the correct documents. Even army personnel back from Iraq were asked to leave and return next week. It wouldn't surprise me if Domino's changes their interview process because of how long it takes to hire SIMPLE labor.
All in all, the interview process went well save for the lapse on my part and the length that the interview takes. In today's world jobs need to be made available quicker or either give some leeway to make sure you can actually EMPLOY the people YOU picked to interview.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work for Dominos? View Answer
Reason for Declining – Interview process simply takes too long. The only days available for orientation and training are the days and times they set and if you can't make it one week you have to wait another week. I can get a job anywhere faster than that.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2011 – Reviewed Jun 10, 2012
Interview Details – walked up and got job
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2008 – Reviewed May 23, 2012
Interview Details – Easy
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