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Papa John's -

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Review by angoragrey on 2012-10-29
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JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK -- My son recently got a job a Papa John's. He is an honor student and strives for perfection in each and everything that he does. He was fired yesterday with no warning stating that he could not follow directions. He received no warnings or even much constructive critizim prior to being fired. How is a 17 year old supposed learn??? He loved what he did and he took pride in his work. Management handled things very poorly.

Oh, and by the way, their pizza is horrible tasting. It's along the same caliber as Domino's or Little Ceasers. Don't bother!!
Comments:2 Replies - Latest reply on 2012-10-29
Posted by onlooker on 2012-10-29:
He needed to follow directions - he needed to do what Papa John's needed him to. Something was not working and rather than break heads - he has the chance to learn to do what he is told to do, or go somewhere else where his perfectionism is required or appreciated. Yes it is disappointing and very frustrating and confusing for your son. Both you and he need to review the situation and learn from it, rather than complain and run down the restaurant that has provided a life lesson. Learn it now rather than after all kinds of college debt and a job that is really really needed.
Posted by BigAl on 2012-10-29:
Papa Johns and most national pizza chains are a bastion of corporate greed. Your son probably put an extra pepperoni slice on a pizza. Papa Johns 2 million free pizza ads are also a joke. People would be better served giving their pizza business to the local shops. I know they are getting harder to find but they are worth the effort.

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