Pizza Hut Employee Reviews about "flexible hours"
54% would recommend to a friend
(709 total reviews)
57% approve of CEO
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Updated Nov 27, 2023
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17 days ago
Hello everyone! I've noticed the helpful community here and thought I'd seek advice. I graduated with a BBA in accounting in 2021 and currently work as an Invoice Accountant. My only other experience is as a manager at Pizza Hut. Any recommendations on where to apply and what to look out for in a job hunt? I'm seeking new opportunities because the hours at my current job are challenging, with shifts ranging from 1800 to 0200 and 2200 to 0700, making it too volatile for my comfort.
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- "The people are great there and for the most part we are like one big happy family." (in 538 reviews)
- "Flexible hours so you don't have to book time off too much in advance / good for when still studying" (in 517 reviews)
- "fun and easy job free food" (in 417 reviews)
- "Free Pizza and Wings and you get to make some people smile when they are upset that their pizza is late or wrong." (in 284 reviews)
- "Coworkers were nice and friendly" (in 249 reviews)
- "The pay was low which was very very very very very very very very very very very very very very saddening" (in 844 reviews)
- "Really bad management and planing" (in 571 reviews)
- "bad managers to work for" (in 319 reviews)
- "No benefits and no possibility of overtime." (in 161 reviews)
- "AC and upper management are horrible!" (in 136 reviews)
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- 4.0Jul 14, 2014Shift ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsCanyon, TX
Since I was in college when I was working at Pizza Hut, it was great for my schedule. They were very flexible and still provided me with enough hours to earn enough money to pay my bills. I also enjoyed creating and maintaining relationships with coworkers and customers.
The only thing I didn't enjoy about working for Pizza Hut was the turn-over rate, but that is expected with any type of fast food business.
- 3.0Apr 29, 2014Shift ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Pizza hut has a couple of pros. The main one would probably be the flexible hours it allows a employee to have. I also enjoy the customer interaction aspect of the job.
The cons of working for pizza hut are very simple. The low pay rate is the main con for most employees. They also have a very slow advancement rate in their system.
- 3.0Mar 30, 2015ServerFormer Employee, less than 1 yearCharlotte, NC
Flexible hours for someone going to school; fair scheduling practices; fast paced environment on weekends that makes time go by fast
Low hourly wages and not enough hours, or inconsistent hours makes it difficult to maintain and even understand your budget planning/lifestyle. Sometimes the weekend crowds are a bit overwhelming
- 3.0Jan 16, 2017Assistant Restaurant ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
flexible evening hours for students along with easy work responsibilities that don't require too much aside from just following the guidelines and being organized
don't really get a break or much of a discount on employee meals. employees get promoted to a higher position but receive little to no raise
- 3.0Feb 17, 2015Cook/Prep/Customer Service Representative/Waiter/Assistant ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearBonham, TX
They were relatively flexible with my hours and the immediate management (Store manager) was very nice and down to earth. The employees were easy to get along with and very helpful when and where needed.
There was no opportunity for advancement. There was also no chance for a raise. The upper management rarely visited and did not treat workers as competent individuals.