Undercover pizza delivery

Scott from Scott’s Pizza Journal goes undercover as a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver to see what it’s like. There’s nothing explosive in here, but the earnestness with which Scott approaches the job is endearing.

If nothing else, I expected a massive company like Domino’s to be extremely organized. Incorrect. After a detailed online interview process, the seemingly tight structure of the organization seemed to slip into utter chaos, with a mandatory orientation that felt like its purpose was to satisfy a district manager rather than introduce trainees to the company and its methods. But I made it through and signed up for a shift the next night, figuring I’d be doing some training. Wrong again. With little more instruction than “bring people their food and then come back,” I went out on my first delivery. Maybe this isn’t the most complicated job ever, but I would have liked some guidance about how to conduct the transaction. Oh well, I guess I’ll just learn on the job.

(I can’t remember where I found this one.)

Undercover pizza delivery

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