I came, I saw, I bought a pizza. Little Caesar Enterprises operates and franchises more than 2,500 Little Caesars carryout pizza restaurants throughout the US and in about ten other countries. The chain offers a variety of original and deep-dish pizzas along with cheese bread, salads, and sandwiches. While some stores are stand-alone units, many Little Caesars locations can be found in strip malls and other high-traffic areas; the units typically do not offer dine-in seating. About 80% of the chain's outlets are run by franchisees. Little Caesars was founded in 1959 by...
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Employees say it's “OK” 212 ratings
73% of the CEO 74 ratings
President, Little Caesar Enterprises, Inc
“Little Caesars- relatively easy job, nothing special. Just make sure not to burn yourself on the pizza oven! It hurts.”
Former Crew Member in Eden, NC (US)
Pros: Pretty easy job. Decent pay for working in a fast food restaurant. Got to take home pizzas and breadsticks at the end of the night. – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in May 2010 – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details I submitted my resume in person to the store manager and got an interview 4 days later. Given I was referred by someone I knew and was working there, I got hired a week later. Because I had to obtain my food handler license and attended orientation at another Little Caesar's location. – Full Interview
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