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Pizza Hut Overview


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Plano, TX



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Key People

Fred Hackman (Manager),
Zipporah Allen (Chief Marketing Officer),
Frank Carney (founders),
Dan Carney (founders)

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About Pizza Hut

Founded in 1958 as a small pizza company, today Pizza Hut is one of the biggest pizza companies in the world. Pizza Hut has more than 16,000 restaurants and 350,000 team members in more than 100 countries. Great customers service and excellent food is what made the company successful worldwide and loved by many clients. Pizza Hut has its headquarters in Plano, TX.

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Founded in 1958 as a small pizza company, today Pizza Hut is one of the biggest pizza companies in the world. Pizza Hut has more than 16,000 restaurants and 350,000 team members in more than 100 countries. Great customers service and excellent food is what made the company successful worldwide and loved by many clients. Pizza Hut has its headquarters in Plano, TX.

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What Pizza Hut's Employees Say

Pizza Hut offers excellent health benefits, a 401k with a 6% company match, 100% preventative care, paid holidays, gym discounts and other numerous benefits.

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October 10, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Managing a crew of Work- Driven people... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Employees calling out... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Free food and healthcare... Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Paycheck and regular hours easy to book vacations... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Management, no standards, rules using expired product. New employees not trained properly or followed up... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

None anymore maybe the regular customers... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

No rules or standards,no hairnets hats or beard nets way too much loose hair, people generally do what they want. We don't have management that cares about temperatures dates of product or fifo. People are trained improperly usually by said manager including GM. Seen so many products go out incorrectly sometimes by management. It's okay for some to not do their job it is laughed off... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

None anymore.. Show More


September 19, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Nothing.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

They suck.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

The free food yall give me.. Show More


July 10, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

It's okay, just what you expect as a job. Managers vary so it might not be the same experience as me. It's all relative. I think that pizza hut has a big reputation for it's food. Customer service is satisfactory. I think the best thing is the delivery and the phone service... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Rather tedious routine. Mundane tasks, serving, and answering phone. I think entering data into the register and computer is boring but it is okay as I can talk to people. It's good to work as a team. I don't like when there are employees slacking off... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Pizza leftovers, discounts, employee benefits. It's great to be able to bring home some leftovers. I think that the discount is reasonable and I can order anything off the menu for a fraction of the price. It's nice to have holiday too.. Show More

admit it, when I make an order to pick up later... you make it early just to get it done with and let it sit in the warming cabinet for hours? ADMIT IT!

Former Hut worker here. If you place a future order to pick up later, the system stores that order until 15 minutes before. It then pops up on the kitchen system to make. Assuming an average worker will take 3 minutes to make the pizza, and the cook time is around 7 minutes, your pizza will sit in the warmer for 5 minutes. That is, if you are on time. If you can make it in about 5 minutes before scheduled pickup, you will usually catch it as it is being boxed up. Not always, though, especially late night. Sometimes, cleaning the store for close will come before making your pizza.
November 16, 2017 on Reddit

To whoever left a comment then deleted it : Dough is sent as frozen disks delivered in a box, we seperate them in individual pans before they thaw. Theyre not stuck together because when frozen, theyre basically frisbees. We cook on a conveyor belt for 7 minutes. If you ask for it well-done, we open the oven on the side and put it again for half the oven rotation through (roughly 3 minutes). So when people say we over or under cooked their pizza, its laughable. Because every pizza in every store across the country bakes at the same time and temperature and it doesnt get taken out too early or late. People like to complain about nitpicky stuff, its bothersome. If you think your pizza is doughy, you might have gotten too many toppings and it was hard to cook through, or you asked for extra sauce and didnt realize it made it all wetter feeling. Or youre just a whiny little *** who should be grateful you have money for food at all and youre not subjected to eating bugs off the ground. Sorry for the rant. I never get to bicker about work...

If there are a lot of toppings, why not cook it for longer? The onus of that correction is on the cook, not the customer
November 16, 2017 on Reddit

Who's your worst coworker and why? I know pizza places hire plenty of ***, and I've had to deal with them before in fast food.

I cant say his name but he was fired. He whined ahout not getting tips (we didnt share tips because he was a lazy *** who made dozens of mistakes) plus he always talked about his old job, like 30x a day. Nobody likes to hear about how your old job did this and that.
November 16, 2017 on Reddit

Pizza hut? More like pizza BUTT But for real though what is your favorite part of your job?

Seeing peoples reactions to what i make. I often dont see it because im in the back making pizza, but i once saw a customer dining with their kids and they were all enjoying it. Thats a good feeling.

Somebody once told me in all seriousness that the male employees jerk off into the cheese they put in the stuffed crust. Is this true?

At our store, 0% of employees jerk off into the cheese of a stuffed crust. Mainly because you can see directly into the kitchen to the make table and oven. I can't speak for other stores, but I don't think this is likely lol.
July 19, 2016 on Reddit

Ive noticed that whenever I would choose to sit in the store to order/eat my pizza, the service was horrid. What could be an explanation for this? Do you guys get any sort of customer service training?

It depends on the employee's job. Generally, everyone does, but like servers, because they interact with customers more, have more intensive customer service training. Really, it just depends on the store and the management because in all reality, we all get the same training vids from corporate. So, there's no excuse for someone to be ***. I mean, I hate my job, but I try to give the best experience for people because THAT IS my job. I honestly don't have a great explanation because I try not to judge others. Have you tried to file a complaint?

Does Pizza Hut actually get a lot of customers? (I'm from New England and people never get pizza from pizza hut and dominoes)

In subcultures where pizza is not a huge thing, yes. Like, I used to live in New York where pizza is an actual thing, and small mom and pop pizza shops flourish. In places like that, Pizza Hut doesn't get a whole lot of business. However, I live in the South right now, and there's like zero pizza culture here. So, Pizza Hut and Domino's are big things. It just depends where you go, tbh.
July 19, 2016 on Reddit

Do you enjoy working for Pizza Hut? How long have you been employed there so far?

Six months. I love my co-workers and my management. I hate the customers and the corporate side of it.

How often do people ask you to draw pictures on the boxes? Also, how annoying does that get?

Actually, at least at our store, it doesn't happen often, but the other week someone did ask us to write Netflix recommendations on the inside of the pizza box. The employees had so much fun with that! We had something from every genre you could think of.

You mentioned earlier that at your pizza hut, not all of your ingredients are fresh. What exactly is the most unhealthy thing you've seen at your job?

"Unhealthy"? Anything with cheese, and because it's a pizza place, people get fried cheese, extra cheese on pizza, cheese sticks, and cheese on their salad. It makes me gag. Most rotten and gross thing? LETTUCE AND ROMAINE. Those go bad so easily, and then they just rot over everything else in the box. But I did see some cherry tomatoes in the cooler yesterday just covered in black ***..

Former Pizza Hut employee here... Do you think the computer system is unnecessarily complicated too?? I am a computers guy, but jesus, you have to press like 50 buttons to get one thing

Yes!! It was very difficult to learn, and even now, six months later I still can't find some things! And most times, they don't even take away the old products right away. So the screen gets crowded.

Have you seen somebody intentionally mess with someone's pizza because of they way the customer treated them? (i.e. spit, ***, idk)

Not that I've seen. I think, at least in our store, no matter how rude and disgusting a customer is, messing with someone's food is just beyond unacceptable.. now matter how hard I wish to spit in your drink..

What do you put on your own customized pizza? Do you judge customers by their pizza order?

I don't order pizza from Pizza Hut, but if I did, it would probably be mushrooms, chicken, and spinach with a balsamic drizzle. That would be ***.. And YES! If we see a gross order, most times the employees will joke and laugh or gag. Like, (for some reason?) some customers like their cheese sticks cooked less so the cheese won't be browned, but like it's bread so you're eating dough?? That is so gross..

Whats the worst thing a customer has ever done?

Came in with a 20 person party without calling or anything. We had no silverware ready or anything like that. They then proceeded to be upset and mad because we weren't prepared. ALSO, this group of people that come to dine-in at 9:45pm even though we close at 10pm. They literally do this every week, and we can't turn them away because it's company policy.
July 14, 2016 on Reddit

How long have you worked at Pizza Hut? Also, what are the best perks you get from the job?

I've work at Pizza Hut for about six months, but I had family in management before and helped them out a lot with the restaurant. Best perks? ~*discount wiiiiiiiiiings*~ Also, I suppose a perk is the "points" you get as an employee. Every month if your store is "gold star" you get points to your account, like arcade tickets, and you can cash them in for a variety of (pretty lame) prizes like Pizza Hut cups, jackets, backpacks, etc. I think the biggest prize on the list in like a paid day off, but you have to work for like a year to even achieve that.

Do you guys make excuses/deny deliveries during the last 20 minutes or so? Usually me and my manager tell em it will take an hour or that we arent taking any more orders. You ever have something like this backfire on you? Also do you give out Ranch for free or do you always have them pay for it? Usually for me if they seem cool I hook it up, but if they are rude/take forever I'll charge em

I never deny a customer food, for all I know they could have just got pff a 16+ hour shift and just looking to unwind at home with some pizza, so no, even at 1 minute till closing I will always make an order and get it delivered, as for the ranch, usually I'll make them pay, but if they ask for it at the very end or call back and ask I'll throw it in for them free
December 29, 2015 on Reddit

Why'd you leave?

Simply a better job opportunity
December 29, 2015 on Reddit

1.What customers did you hate the most? 2. Why was it customers ordering huge orders 5 minutes before closing?

I hated people that were rude for o reason and acted like they were better than me.... And also... What?
December 29, 2015 on Reddit

Who was your worst customer?

This dumb broad that tried to convince me that we sold sandwiches...

What is the best way to prevent "malicious" people from getting a job in fast food restaurants?... im talking about people who spill in your food, or people who doesn't care about your health and they dont wash their hands while making your food or people who can poison your food?... i will also like to know your opinion on this people and how do you manage them, Thank you.

You'll never be able to tell what kind of people will do that until they're hired, as for dealing with them, well, any sign of them doing them will get them a write up at the very least, and extreme dislike from me ( meaning I'll be less willing to let things they do slide so they get more write ups and then eventually fired (: ) as for what I think about them? Sure sometimes people forget to wash their hands if their in a hurry or something okay, I get that. But theres a differnlencr2 between being forgetful and downright lazy and disgusting, the way I manage stuff like that with my employees is I wouldn't say anything the first time I catch them doing something minor, but as it progresses I'll bring it up and start punishments as fit. As for major stuff like spitting. That's completely unexcused and doez result in a write up and more than likely suspension, and loss of hours following
December 29, 2015 on Reddit

How many hours did you work each week?

As a shift manager I would work between 30-45 As a GM you are required to work at least 50... So i would schedule myself for 50, and then come in whenever needed, so actually I would work about 60+ but I was salary

A pizza hut near me has a banner saying that they're hiring drivers and managers. I've been working in pizza for the past 4 years (not chain places though). What would be the chances of me getting the manager job/ how much would it pay to start off? Ps- would you recommend it?

I would say apply for both positions, then when you go into the interview let the manager know that you have experience in pizza, but wanna start off as a delivery driver to learn how everything works and get trained in management subtly as you go, until you can fufill the position, as for working there, to be honest it's hard, you have to do a lot of predicting, and strategy, knowing exactly what to do if you run out of dough, and when it will happen, sruff like that, you have yo have good people skills, with customers and employees, if you keep your employees happy they'll work for you no problem, but if you're an *** they won't stay late if you need them too or anything like that. As for pay that depends on where you work. GM's get paid based on how luch money the store brings in (salary) and Shift managers get paid hourly. I started at 10.50 but they usually get started at 10.00

When I was in Highschool I worked at a Pizza Hut as a cook. One of our managers was this greasy meatball of a man who would likely catch flame if he walked by a candle. Everything about him was unsanitary, but as a 16 year old kid I didn't care or really interact with him much. My job was to take the pizza out of the oven, cut it, box it, and pack it for the drivers. If a pizza was wrong or the pan hit the floor we had to pt it aside to donate to a food pantry or something. Sometimes though this manager would let us eat the defects. Usually it was pizza that he wanted. He would go to the Mexican cooks making the pizzas and bother them, telling them to make a stuffed crust cheese without "that butter spray ***" on it. They didn't like him, but they did it anyways. When the pizza came to my side, he would slur words at me telling me to touch the pizza pan on the floor. And the rule is that if a pizza touches the floor (still in the pan even, so the pizza is fine), then it is not suitable for the customer. He would still have me cut and box the pizza, but then he would take it back into his office and literally eat the whole thing alone. It was always a stuffed-crust pan pizza. So much oil on it that the pan had an inch of grease sitting that wasn't absorbed into the dough. My question is, do you get free pizza from being a manager? Or do you have to pay for your pizza? As a follow-up, perhaps you can be getting free pizza but you are missing the opportunities?

Great question! To answer your question, no, managers do not get any special treament that the emplyees do not, such as getting free pizza, bu that's not to say that if the crew was doing well I wouldn't let them cook up some free pizzas for themselves amd eat them, hell I did it all the time, if I do it, why shouldn't the employees get to? They work just as hard. So rightfully, no I don't get free pizzas, but I do make them and take them home or something until it starts showing drastically in the inventory count. As for the sanatary issues about your boss. I would've punched him, buy hey that's me, being a manager is all aboit good judgement. I mean yeah if the pizza pan touches the ground, I wouldnt serve it, but I mean if it has a smal deffect like the crust not being buttered just let it go, noones gonna notice. And that manager sounds disgusting... I'm not sure if that answerwd your question... If it didnt feel free to ask me again!
December 29, 2015 on Reddit

I've heard Pizza Huts are hotbeds for coworker's having affairs. Can you comment on this?

As far as I'm concerned there has only been one coworker affair at my store while I ran it, it was two guys, a customer came in and told me horrified that they were having sexual intercourse in the bathroom. Needless to say, they were fired. And I pretty much had to beg the customer not to sue the franchise

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Average Length of Employment
Yum! Brands 5.2 years
Hy-Vee 2.5 years
Pizza Inn 2.4 years
PJ United Inc. 2.3 years
Starbucks 2.2 years
Domino's Pizza 2.0 years

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1.9 years
McDonald's 1.9 years
Boston Market 1.9 years
Taco Bell 1.8 years
Chick-fil-A 1.8 years
Burger King 1.8 years
Wendy's 1.8 years
Subway 1.6 years
Qdoba 1.5 years
Marco's Pizza 1.3 years
Top Employers Before Pizza Hut
McDonald's 19.1%
Walmart 17.4%
Subway 6.1%
Taco Bell 5.2%
Wendy's 5.1%
Sonic 4.0%
US Army 2.8%
Kroger 2.5%
Target 2.4%
Arby's 2.2%
Applebee's 1.8%
Top Employers After Pizza Hut
Walmart 24.0%
McDonald's 11.0%
Subway 5.3%
Taco Bell 4.4%
Target 3.8%
Wendy's 3.6%
Amazon 3.5%
Lowe's 3.0%
Applebee's 3.0%
Sonic 2.8%
US Army 2.5%

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Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Bernard ButlerRestaurant Owner $49,225Republican Party
Richard FreelandChairperson $30,400Republican Party
Hugh CosnerFranchise Owner $7,300Republican Party
Deanna FreelandOwner $7,300Republican Party
Brent KyteFranchisee $5,400Republican Party
Anthony SzambeckiChief Executive Officer $2,500Republican Party
Walter KytePresident $2,250Republican Party
Steven ChambersOwner $2,000Republican Party
Craig EriksonRestaurant Owner $2,000Republican Party
Laura RichmondOwner $1,750Republican Party
Dorothy StegmanOwner $1,600Republican Party
Jack RichmondRestaurant Owner $1,500Republican Party
Robert HeinOwner $1,000Democratic Party
Michael StegmanOwner $1,000Republican Party
Craig EricksonExecutive $1,000Republican Party
Ken WagnonRestaurant Owner $1,000Republican Party
Donald ElliottDelivery Driver $997Republican Party
Ervin PerkinsDriver $989Democratic Party
Cole EvansDelivery Driver $750Democratic Party
Zach BollenManager $600Republican Party
James KEOAssistant Manager $500Republican Party
Rachael Kelly MarcusHuman Resources Coordinator $500Democratic Party
James MarvinFranchisee $500Republican Party
Bernie ButlerOwner $500Republican Party
Robert Dufour JrOwner $500Republican Party
Jerome MillerPizza Hut Franchise $500Republican Party
Donations ElliottPizza Hut $498Republican Party
Charles HorinDelivery Driver $387Democratic Party
Craig KleinbeckDriver $385Republican Party
Gary PrichCoach $368Republican Party
Daniel ClarkServer $303Democratic Party
Don HazlettBusiness Owner $300Republican Party
Stephen HullingerRestaurant Management $250Republican Party
Jason DokkenPizza Delivery $250Republican Party
Jack SheltonOwner $250Republican Party
Mary AdolfExecutive Director $250Republican Party
Daniel KostickOwner $250Republican Party
Mark PrascakDelivery Driver $221Democratic Party
Joyce PearsManager $204Republican Party
Travis HarwellDelivery Driver $201Republican Party
Lijo JosephEcommerce Manager $200Democratic Party
Beverly JoskioSenior Analyst $200Republican Party
Vincent CollierExecutive $200Republican Party
Elijah RazaviDelivery Driver $194Democratic Party
Joseph MooreDelivery Driver $183Democratic Party
Emily KutschTeam Member $173Democratic Party
Jesus MartinezDelivery Driver $162Democratic Party
Bruce BudnyManager $162Democratic Party
Zachary SantoscoyStudent $148Republican Party
John HookerDelivery Driver $130Democratic Party
Sandy AllenCook $125Democratic Party
Lauren LeahyAttorney $106Democratic Party
Kevin SawhillRestaurant Manager $100Democratic Party
Sandra AllenCook $100Democratic Party
David PerezDelivery Driver $85Democratic Party
Craig GonzalezDelivery $75Republican Party
Natalie BoakDelivery Driver $70Democratic Party
Patrick McColganRestaurant Server $60Democratic Party
Samuel WagnerDelivery Driver $54Democratic Party
Lucy GonzalezCustomer Service Representative $50Democratic Party
John ButlerCustomer Service Representative $41Democratic Party
Bradley UptegroveDriver $30Republican Party
Rickey ErwinShift Leader $27Democratic Party
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Pizza Hut Salaries

Chief Executive OfficerDallas, TX $140,878
Performance ConsultantDallas, TX $123,000
Senior Network EngineerPlano, TX $118,310
Senior ArchitectPlano, TX $110,406
Network EngineerPlano, TX $100,422
Network EngineerPlano, TX $100,000
Senior ArchitectPlano, TX $100,000
Associate ManagerLouisville, KY $85,900
Manager-Strategic PlanningPlano, TX $80,933
Event CoordinatorLouisville, KY $62,500
Finance AnalystPlano, TX $60,900
Associate AnalystPlano, TX $56,000
Restaurant ManagerLouisville, KY $45,000
Delivery DriverLubbock, TX $37,566
Pizza Delivery DriverSouth Sioux City, NE $33,392
Pizza Delivery DriverDenison, IA $33,392
Delivery DriverOlde West Chester, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverCincinnati, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverFairfield, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverFairfield, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverErlanger, KY $31,305
Delivery DriverOxford, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverCincinnati, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverOxford, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverBillings, MT $31,305
Delivery DriverFairfield, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverFairfield, OH $31,305
Delivery DriverMeridianville, AL $31,305
Delivery DriverMiles City, MT $20,870
Delivery DriverMiles City, MT $20,870
Pizza CookBillings, MT $19,826

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Frequently Asked Questions about Pizza Hut

When was Pizza Hut founded?

Pizza Hut was founded in 1958.

How many Employees does Pizza Hut have?

Pizza Hut has 300,000 employees.

How much money does Pizza Hut make?

Pizza Hut generates $21.2B in revenue.

What industry is Pizza Hut in?

Pizza Hut is in the hotels, restaurants & leisure industry.

What type of company is Pizza Hut?

Pizza Hut is a private company.

Who are Pizza Hut's competitors?

Pizza Hut competitors include Burger King, Taco Bell, Domino's Pizza, Papa John's International, Subway, McDonald's, Wendy's, Marco's Pizza, Starbucks, KFC Enterprises, Inc., Dunkin' Donuts Northeast Distribution Center Inc., Panera Bread Company, Little Caesar Enterprises Inc., PJ United Inc., Yum! Brands, Boston Market, Chick-fil-A, Pizza Inn, Hy-Vee, Qdoba.

Who works at Pizza Hut?

Fred Hackman (Manager),
Zipporah Allen (Chief Marketing Officer),
Frank Carney (founders),
Dan Carney (founders)

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Where is Pizza Hut's headquarters?

Pizza Hut's headquarters is in Plano, TX.

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