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Domino's Pizza / treatment of employees

1 1595 2nd Ave NECambridge, MN, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 763-689-5603

My girlfriend was hired at dominoes in cambridge to work in the store and occasionally make deliveries. She is not very familiar with the area and explained that during hire hence the reason for not wanting to deliver. Every day she worked there during her two weeks of employment she made deliveries which she did without complaining because she needed the job. One of the owners who I believe to also be a manager repeatedly yelled at her and was very mean if she was sent on a delivery which he claimed as his because the tips were better. This was in no way in her control as she did what the other manager told her to do. It got so bad that after two weeks she could no longer handle the abuse and quit. The manager/owner told her he wanted the dominos shirts back which she agreed to. On her way home from her last day there she was in a accident where she rolled the vehicle she was driving. As a result of the accident the EMTs cut her clothing off in route to the hospital. Luckily her injuries were not severe and she was later released from the hospital with a few stitches and numerous bruises and abrasions. The next day I went to this Dominoes with the shirts and a few words for this guy, but he was not in. I left the shirts along with my number for him to call if he wished to be payed for the shredded shirt. He later called me and very rudely let me know that she signed something in her application stating she would not destroy his property and that I had til 3 p.m. that afternoon to deliver his money. After the conversation I was talked out of returning to the store with the money to avoid any kind of confrontation, I have no intention of paying him for the shirt until my girlfriend and I recieve an apollogy. I also have no intention of ever eating another Dominos pizza as long as the franchise allows this type of behavior to be associated the their name.

Jason

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  • So
      29th of Nov, 2010
    0 Votes

    Screw you, Jason. First, your little girlfriend needs to stand on her own feet and stop whining about having to do things she doesn't like at a job SHE ACCEPTED. Second, she needs to write her own complaints -- you gonna fight all her battles? Third, ### your demand for an apology. You are owed NOTHING. The store is owed the full price of the SHIRT. PAY IT AND SHUT UP.

  • Po
      30th of Nov, 2010
    0 Votes

    I know it's unfortunate, but it can't matter whether your girlfriend got in an accident or just cut the shirts up for fun, she just has to stand by the agreement and pay for the damages. I know it may seem like the morally right thing to do would be to let it go, but legally they don't have to.

  • Gr
      15th of Feb, 2011
    0 Votes

    Food poisoning takes anywhere from 12-24 hours to manifest. Case in point not food poisoning.

  • Po
      15th of Feb, 2011
    0 Votes

    gr1mr34l1ty: Wrong topic.

  • Gr
      25th of Feb, 2011
    0 Votes

    indeed I had mutliple windows up oops

  • Do
      3rd of Apr, 2014
    0 Votes

    The manager at the Cambridge, MN location, Ross, is an ###. He took my address down, but some how heard me wrong. The delivery driver called me to ask where my house was, I explained it was by a ballpark. He said he knew where it was and we hung up. 20 minutes later he called back and asked me again, and I again told him the location and the address. Which was wrong, fine whatever. A 30-40 minute deliver took an hour.
    Then eating my order and it's cold pizza! So I called back and he tells me "if I would have given him the right address my order wouldn't have been cold". He was very smug and rude. I work in retail, I know there are ### customers you have to deal with. This guy runs this store! There is better ways to deal with the public than to blame the people paying his pay check. Next step is to find the franchise owner of this location.

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