401k Paid vacation Employee meals Upward mobility Paid training
As far as I was told ( I wasn't allowed to keep the employee manual?) there were very little or no benefits unless you dedicated your life to pizza and moved up as a manger.
Drivers arent offered any benefits , only managers , which is very unfair as the drivers are what makes the resturant thrive. Also employee discount is nice but i would also like my dental work handled so i can enjoy said discount. This is the issue with americas jobs today that needs addressing.
To be completely honest, unless you are the general manager of any of the stores or work a minimum of 30 hours per week for 6 months, there isn't any benefits at all.
you get PTO but distict management doesn't approve it. You get fired if you are sick. Fired if a hurricane is about to happen. Fired if you don't suck up to management.
You get two weeks paid vacation and 4 sick days paid a year. They offer a 401k package. There is discounted insurance for health dental and vision.
You don't get much for working at Papa John's. Pay is as minimum wage as they can get it, and you have to work your way up to a higher pay over a long period of time. At times, management would try and do contests for who could up-sell the most items, but it kind of died out because people cheated on it. Kind of a shame. They should've figured something else out. Perks for recruiting new people sometimes, such as gift cards etc. Rarely, though.
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. -
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.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.