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Delivery Driver

Naked PIzza Princeton, NJ

We have a part-time opening for a Delivery Driver. Must be able to work various shifts per week and be available weekends. • Be authorized to… Snagajob

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    Naked Pizza will take your soul, and repay you with minimum wage and management from hell

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    Former Employee - Delivery Driver in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Delivery Driver in Denver, CO

    I worked at Naked Pizza full-time (less than an year)


    I lucked out and got to work with a great group of people - specifically the insiders, drivers, and in-store managers.


    Where to start, where to start...As the title says, expect to sell your soul once you make the horrible decision of gaining employment with Naked Pizza. It was common practice for Naked Pizza to take advantage of their workers, treat them like property, and screw them over for pennies on the dollar. Corporate has this knack for reenacting the book 1984; they literally had people consistently watch the workers through the store cameras, take snapshots of whatever they were doing wrong, and obnoxiously whine and complain to our store management for days about things as ridiculous as a worker not having their shirt tucked in or someone not cleaning the same table surface for the thousandth time within that hour. They loved enforcing this Big Brother mentality and were constantly shoving their ridiculously stupid marketing ideas down our throats. The owner of the franchise I worked at LOVED trying to have it all - she was all about trying to have her cake and eat it too. "Make food costs impossibly low while not under-topping the pizzas, have all the employees weigh every topping while getting pizzas out in under two minutes, keep labor costs down but get more workers to come clock in and sign spin!" and the list goes on and on. Bottom line, the lack of sales obviously suggests that people aren't interested in spending a ridiculous amount of money on pizza, and their marketing ideas fail to make customers think otherwise. Unfortunately, the crap rolls downhill, so franchise owners and corporate blame it on the drivers and insiders, and claim that people don't buy our pizzas because we don't scrub the floorboards enough times per day, or because not tucking our shirts in is somehow a deciding factor in whether people want to spend a fortune on pizza.

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    Maybe switch places with a driver, insider, shift-lead, or even a GM for the day. You'll see before lunch how horrendously hypocritical, unfair, thoughtless, and nauseating it is to deal with certain pressuring franchise owners and overbearing corporate staff. Otherwise, stay out of the kitchen, none of you know how to make a pizza, prep toppings for a pizza, or even know what toppings go on which specialty pizzas, so stay out of the kitchen and try doing something productive with your day.

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