- Tar Tiger Pizza LLC22.Jan 2016
Individual store's culture is based on the on-site management, not from the franchisee level.
Support from management
Store management was very supportive, there was little sense of that from the franchisee.
Career development consists of becoming an assistant manager or store manager.
Overall compensation for your work
Delivery drivers are paid based on minimum wage inside the store and at a lower wage plus tips outside of the store. This particular store has a good residential delivery area, but a very bad state university delivery area. I was an evening delivery driver trying to subsidize my full-time job which was in decline due to economic decline. After 7:00PM to 8:00PM residential dwindled and virtually all deliveries went to the university and were a financial loss. I made as many as 30 deliveries to the university in a night and came away with less than $5 in tips. Drivers are compensated for mileage, which pays for fuel, but little towards vehicle upkeep.
Just a cog in the money machine; if a cog is viewed as fitting it will soon be discarded and another cog put in it's place.
A person with disability could work as an 'insider', and indeed there was for a time a young lady with developmental disability working on the make-line. Outside delivery personnel have to be relatively fit and agile physically and mentally as the job requires fast paced cognitive interaction with the public and constant awareness of one's surroundings.
The facility itself is as safe as any other fast food establishment, the in the field is sketchy at time. Delivery drivers are expected to go into some high crime areas.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyTar Tiger Pizza LLC
- CityWinston Salem
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2014