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Pikeville, Ky Papa Johns Pizza Complaint - Dishonest - Management

Review by spirtwolfsdream on 2010-07-29
PIKEVILLE, KENTUCKY -- I worked for Papa Johns pizza for 3 yrs I started as a driver and worked myself up to management by pulling double shifts for months on months. I was the one called for inventory and to handle coustomer complaints after all this I came in to work one nite around 12:30am only to be called to the office. There the store manager tells me that I was stealing money from the store and asked for all my tips for that nite I spoke to her telling her I didn't take anything and that I have worked with her for many years and how I would almost spend the nite in the store doing cleanup before inspection.

Oh and by the way thats the only time it gets done is right before inspection thats the time thay go thru the cooler and clear out the out dated food and even then the manager will take it home with her until its over but back to my story after that all happened I left broke and oweing money with a nervous breakdown.

My wife takes me to the hospital where I was placed on medication just to find out a few months later the store manager was fired for stealing from drivers and changeing order amounts and collecting the differnce from the old and the new.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2010-07-30
Posted by clutzycook on 2010-07-30:
NWIWLF. Hows about calling the health department regarding the back-dated food and the unsanitary conditions. They love to make surprise inspections.
Posted by Starlord on 2010-07-30:
My wife was once accused of stealing a diamond ring while working as a Loss Prevention agent at a Montgomery Ward store. It later turned out that the assistant manager who accused her actually took the ring, as a warrant search revealed the ring sitting on a bed slat under a box spring and mattress in his home. She never even got an apology.
Posted by SaMoore on 2010-07-30:
When I was younger, and pregnant with my first child, I took a job working overnight manning a hotel desk by myself. Training took three days in which the live-in manager let me know that they had had two people recently arrested for stealing from the safe.

My first night working by myself I checked in one overnight guest, collected payment for the room, and dropped it into the safe. There was no way once you put money into the safe to get it back out without the safe key. The next morning I got a call from the live-in manager telling me that she was contacting the police because I emptied out the safe. My husband and I, being young, panicked and replaced the amount she said was stolen.

As an older person I can see this was just a scam and that either she or her husband were the ones stealing the money as well as replacement money provided by the people she was accusing.

In future, I would have the employer contact the police, make my statement and let them investigate.

I'm sorry you've had this experience. I know how stressful it can be and hope nothing like this ever happens again to you.

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