Peter Piper Pizza Reviews

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    I have been working at Peter Piper Pizza part-time

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    Coworkers are awesome. I don't dread coming to work every day. The managers are super friendly (if you do your work right) and they want what is best for both you and the company. It's also fun having regulars remember you. Training is quick; you learn leadership skills. And, so far I've gotten awesome hours. It is a great first job.


    The worst part about this job are the Parents. They don't set a good example for their kids, they don't look after them, and they treat the place like it's a daycare center. They blame you for not knowing about the multiple posters saying no food or drink allowed in the game room, and they blame you because their child isn't tall enough to ride the ride. They also blame you for losing tokens on a jammed machine, and they lie to you about losing a 20 in the token changer. They get violent, and they cuss out at you. If the kid is a dime's height below the line, then they are below the line. They cannot ride. They cannot force you to let them ride. It sucks when a parent tells you "but he rode it alone last time, why can't you let him on this time?" But after all the crowd is gone, at least you come out knowing how to handle that situation better next time. It is all about the customer service.

    Advice to Management

    Nothing really, other than maybe have better advancement opportunities for employees? I noticed that we hired managers instead of promoting within the company (not all the time). But other than that, I haven't really had a complaint about management, so far I think everyone is great.

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    I applied online. The process took 3 weeksinterviewed at Peter Piper Pizza.


    Had a mini-interview since I was not available for the dates that were listed because I was studying for finals. The manager asked a few questions about myself and school. After the interview, the manager said they would call back for an interview. Overall, it was my first time entering the arcade and I did not like it. The place only had a small area (about 20%) for people to play and a large amount (about 80%) of tables and chairs.

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Headquarters Phoenix, AZ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Restaurants, Bars & Food Services
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

This company hopes peckish pizza partisans will pick its pepperoni pie. Peter Piper operates and franchises more than 135 pizza parlors in five Southwestern states and in Mexico. The restaurants serve a variety of pizza styles and toppings along with such items as breadsticks, chicken wings, and salads. The family-friendly chain also offers game rooms and play areas for youngsters. Most locations offer delivery service as well as dine-in seating. About 35 of the restaurants are company-owned, while the rest are franchised. Started in 1973, Peter Piper is owned by private ... More

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