#1
I'm applying for my first job at Pizza Hut. My friend said he got the job without a resume or anything, but I'm thinking I should still bring one in. Also, should I cut my hair? Pics on the profile it's quite long. Thanks for the information.
#3
Get the resume, tie your hair up. No problem.
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#4
I got a job there with just an application.
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#6
I don't know many cheap places like that where you need a resume.
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#7
Dress nice, but don't over do it. (Think a button up shirt and some nice jeans not a tuxedo).

This is how it should go out.

You: *Walk to the counter* Hello. I was wondering if the manager was in.
Employee: Yes, hang on and i'll go grab him.
Manager: Hi, can I help you?
You: Yes, hi. I have a resume here and was curious as to if you guys were hiring.
(He can answer in a number of ways, but i'll just do the basic, yes and no.)

Manager: Yes, i'll take that and have a look at it. Is there anything else that I can help you with?
You: No, sir. But thank you. Have a nice day.
Manager: Thanks, you too.

(Or the alternative)
Manager: Actually, we aren't. But I can take your resume and put it on file. If any openings come up then we could give you a call and see what happens.
You: That sounds great. Thanks.
Manager: Anything else that I can help you with?
You: No, but thank you. Have a nice day.
Manager: No problem, you too.

However, there is a chance that you apply online to Pizza Hut so I suggest checking the website first.
#9
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I'm applying for my first job at Pizza Hut. My friend said he got the job without a resume or anything, but I'm thinking I should still bring one in. Also, should I cut my hair? Pics on the profile it's quite long. Thanks for the information.

#11
Jacob has got the right idea. With this job market, you are only going to get a job if you show initiative. Where I work, there were plenty of people on file for the job I got, but the reason I got the job was because I didn't apply online; I didn't stop by, get an app, fill it out and turn it back in; I went up and asked for the manager directly and have a face to face talk with him, and got the job within 5 minutes.
#12
Basically do what Jacob said. Because of the economy employers have a larger pool of employees to choose from; act polite and professional and odds are the manager will respect that.

Also, this is off topic but you have the greatest user name ever.
#13
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Dress nice, but don't over do it. (Think a button up shirt and some nice jeans not a tuxedo).

This is how it should go out.

You: *Walk to the counter* Hello. I was wondering if the manager was iarrr ARR ARRRK ARRK ARRRRR
Employee: Oh god, someone get the manager he's turned into a T-rex
Manager: Hi, can I help you?
You: FEEL THE WRATH OF THE THUNDER LIZARDS, HUMANOID SCUM
Manager: You are so hired.

[bunch of other stuff that doesn't matter]


^ I agree this is definitely the best situation
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#14
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^ I agree this is definitely the best situation




What the hell is that from?
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Basically do what Jacob said. Because of the economy employers have a larger pool of employees to choose from; act polite and professional and odds are the manager will respect that.

Also, this is off topic but you have the greatest user name ever.

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#17
I would cut my hair if I were you. No offense or anything, but if I were hiring someone I would rather hire someone with a nice neat haircut. (Be sure to shave too.) Do what Jacob said, dress nicely and be polite. Oh, and if the manager is a man, and you happen to shake his hand, make sure you use a nice, firm grip (but not TOO firm.)
I pride myself on my humility.
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#18
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I would cut my hair if I were you. No offense or anything, but if I were hiring someone I would rather hire someone with a nice neat haircut. (Be sure to shave too.) Do what Jacob said, dress nicely and be polite. Oh, and if the manager is a man, and you happen to shake his hand, make sure you use a nice, firm grip (but not TOO firm.)


Thanks, I'm fairly sure the manager isn't Hank Hill though.
#19
you shouldn't need to cut your hair. if you need to cut your hair to get the job they'll tell you. I just got a job at autozone and I have to put it up in a hat. since it's pizza hut they'll probably just let it go in a ponytail, might make you wear a hair net if you're cooking. just be sure and put it in a ponytail when you go in to talk to the manager.

edit: ^ a handshake is actually part of the first impression. a firm handshake portrays confidence and self-assurance. a limp handshake may go unnoticed with most people, but a firm handshake always gives a good impression.
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#20
You don't need a resume. And it isn't necessary to cut your hair, but it'd make things easier
#21
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You don't need a resume. And it isn't necessary to cut your hair, but it'd make things easier


You don't need a resume, and you don't need a hair cut. But do you really want to get the job? If the answer is yes, then I suggest writing a resume and getting a hair cut.