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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Round Table Pizza part-time for more than a yearPros
Tips if you're a driver.
Fun to be social when managers aren't around or cracking the whip.
Nice discount if you're working.Cons
Corporate managers makes some dumb, questionable decisions.
Crappy pay even if you're a manager.
Can be stressful when it's super busy.
Mistakes happen or pizzas are super late and customers get angry.
Not many hours to go around.
Gotta be friendly with the boss to get decent hours.Advice to ManagementAdvice
No complaints with store management. It's the corporate managers that are idiots.Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4 days - interviewed at Round Table Pizza in July 2014.Interview Details
I applied to Round Table online, and got a call for an interview about 3 days later. I was told to dress accordingly and the interview would be the day after. I am a girl (17) and I wore a blazer and black pants with flats and my hair in a bun. It was an extremely easy interview, with only 3 questions. As he was asking me questions people started being seated to be interviewed next. I looked at what they wore, and most (if not all) wore pretty casual clothing (khaki shorts, T-shirts and jeans). Many of the applicants were also adults that carried no resume on them. So based on all of that, it should give you a pretty good idea of what you will decide to do before an interview with Round Table. So after the interview was done, he left to grab some paper work I had to fill out such as policy signing and direct deposits. The interview lasted about an hour and 20 minutes with the paper work signing. I went back to the restaurant a couple days after to do orientation. They had me just read the manual and watch a couple videos. It took about an 2 hours (I know, painful) and no testing at the end. I took a small tour of the restaurant and was shown what I was to do during my shifts. I was being paid for my time so it all wasn't too bad, you just get sleepy haha. But there was NO drug test! He asked me if I would submit to one, but no drug test. I had also asked the rest of the staff if they were ever drug tested and they also said no. But overall, the experience was really great everyone was really friendly to me :)Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThere really was no negotiation, he didn't bring one up at all. But I don't mind because the rate is $9 and I think it's pretty good for my age and what I'll be doing.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- What would you do if a customer came storming into the restaurant blaming you for everything that went wrong with their order/experience? View Answer
- How do you cope with negative customers? View Answer
- Would you submit to a drug test? View Answer
- Do you live in the area? View Answer
- Will you be going to school in the fall? View Answer
If King Arthur's knights had sat at this Round Table, they would have been eating pizza. Round Table Pizza operates a chain of about 450 family-oriented pizza parlors located primarily in the western US. The pizzerias are known for the colorful names given to menu items, including Guinevere's Garden Delight and Montague's All Meat Marvel. Round Table also serves sandwiches, salads, and appetizers. The eateries offer dine-in seating along with carry-out and delivery services. William Larson opened the first Round Table Pizza in 1959 and began franchising the restaurant...