It's great love it
No real benefits and can be stressful at times
Papa John's offers a limited High Deductible Plan for Health Insurance. You pay around $120 a month for an individual with something like a $3000-$5000 deductible. -
As your level of management increases so do the benefits. They absolutely have one of the better benefits packages for management that I have seen.
You can get free food if there's a cancelled order or a poorly made pizza, but that's pretty much is. Their 401k isn't worth investing in, their healthcare options are terrible (remember, the CEO threatened to cut everyone's wages if the original form of Obamacare passed), and there really isn't anything else other than a $300 hiring bonus if the store is desperate for new employees. Though I should mention that they pay delivery drivers a dollar a delivery to compensate for gas, which doesn't really mean much because they cut your pay from $8 an hour to $4 when you are on the road and charge a $2.25 delivery fee to every order.
they have a system which can track your every movement while you drive and should u get in to some acident they would hand that information over to be used for or aginst you.
Health insurance is EXPENSIVE, no retirement plans, overall bad benefits.
theres almost nothing to it
Even for full-time employees, there were little to no benefits
Little to none. I found out before I quit if you had Sprint you might get a discount on your bill and they said something about a 401k but the biggest check I got biweekly was around $260
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.