We understand it is important that both you and your child feel comfortable with your child’s place of work. At Domino's Pizza, the welfare and wellbeing of our staff is our top priority. The following answers some of the most common questions parents have about their child working for Domino’s Pizza.
How old does my child have to be to apply for a Domino’s job?
As listed below it differs in each State/Territory in Australia.
|ACT||Written parental consent is required to employ persons under the age of 15. They cannot work during school hours, but may be employed for up to 10 hours a week with a maximum of six hours per day. Hours of work are not restricted for people aged 15 to 17. However, they cannot work during the hours they are required to attend school.|
|TAS||There is no minimum legal age limit for starting work in TAS. However, persons under 16 cannot work during school hours.|
|QLD||Persons over 13 years of age are permitted to work with written parental consent. Persons under 16 cannot work during school hours. They cannot work more than four hours per day and 12 hours per week during school time.|
|NT||Persons under 17 years of age cannot work during school hours or between the hours of 10pm and 6am.|
|WA||Persons over 13 years may start work as long as they have written parental consent. Children under the age of 17 must not work during school hours and must not start work before 6am or finish after 10pm.|
|SA||There is no minimum legal age limit for starting work. However, persons under 16 cannot work during school hours.|
|VIC||Persons cannot start work until they are over 15 years of age. Persons under 16 cannot work during school hours and may not work more than three hours on a school day. They must finish work by 9pm.|
|NSW||There is no minimum legal age limit for starting work in NSW. However, persons under 15 cannot work during school hours. If under 17, persons cannot work full time with the intention of leaving school without speaking to their Careers Advisor and applying to leave school.|
Note: Franchisees are able to set their own recruitment minimum ages as long as they abide by the laws of their relevant state/territory.
Regardless of whether your child is an In-Store worker or a Driver, the minimum shift length is 2 hours.
Yes, but scooters are available for those with the appropriate motorcycle licence. We also have a fleet of Domino's cars, but there is no guarantee these will be available.
Some stores also have electric bikes. Persons who will be riding these bikes will be required to attend a training course and undergo assessment.
What if my child receives a speeding or parking fine?
The only speeding we do is in the store. We require our team to always follow the road rules. If they do receive an infringement notice, they will be responsible for paying any related fines.
This is my child’s first job. Will they find it intimidating?
Not at all. Domino's places emphasis on having fun at work. They will be in the perfect environment to make friends and develop important life skills.
Is there anyone my child can talk to if they’re unhappy with anything?
Yes. All Domino's Franchise Consultants and Domino’s Corporate Regional Leaders are happy to help with any problems that may arise at work.
You can also contact the Domino’s Head Office in Brisbane on 07 3633 3333.
Where could this job lead?
As far as your child wants to go! Most Domino's franchisees started as a Driver or an In-Store. Now they are overseeing their own million-dollar businesses. Even our CEO started as a delivery driver.
What if my child wants to change from a Domino’s Driver to an In-Store?
There is a great deal of crossover between Driver and In-Store roles. However, they can also speak to their Domino's Manager about what In-Store openings are available.
How would my child go about becoming a Domino’s Manager?
If they are dedicated and ambitious in their work, they can approach a Domino's Manager to discuss future opportunities. We also offer specific manager-level training courses to help them achieve this goal.
Do you have a policy on substance abuse?
Absolutely. Domino's has a zero tolerance approach to substance use, including alcohol, drugs and tobacco. Anyone found abusing this policy will be instantly dismissed.
Can the family get staff discounts?
Discounts differ between franchise owners, please check with the manager of your child's workplace to see what their policy is.