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Hiring Restaurant Managers at Papa Johns Pizza

Papa John's Dorchester, MA

We have a full-time opening for a Hiring Restaurant Managers at Papa Johns Pizza, Dorchester,MA. Must be able to work various shifts per week… Snagajob

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Hiring Restaurant Managers at Papa John's Pizza, Boston

Papa John's Roxbury Crossing, MA

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Papa John's Founder, Chairman, and CEO John H. Schnatter
John H. Schnatter
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    I have been working at Papa John's full-time (More than 3 years)


    My department has a history of advancement opportunities. Company focus as a whole is to make it feel like family.


    That history of advancement seems to be gone. And middle and upper management seems cut throat. Lots of turnover/forcing people out. New middle management in my department acts like he just came out of military though he never was in it. Fluffs up everything he says like he is writing some complex policy even with simple email communications. He fast tracks new employees with similar degree and lifestyle to his, but neglects seasoned staff. He treats us like our positions aren't worth anything and no one could possibly move up from it.

    Advice to Management

    close the gap. One of the better paying companies for IT department if you are up and up. Entry level pay sucks at $16.50/hr. They have lost good talent and won't attract much good talent at that price. There are a few of us that are good and still there. Increase wages for this position so it doesn't take 10 years to make a livable wage then you may keep some good ones more than four or five years.And use the groups large numbers to fight for better benefits. The cost of health insurance has ALWAYS been really high. Don't use ObamaCare as an excuse.

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