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Domino’s Franchise Scoops Top Award

Domino’s Franchise Operations Team Member scoops top award

New Zealand’s Daniel Murray has been named Australia and New Zealand’s Franchise Operations Team Member of the Year for pizza maker Domino’s Pizza.

The local operator beat experienced Franchise Operations Team Members from Domino’s across Australia and New Zealand to take the title – proving hard work and enthusiasm are the keys to success when it comes to achieving career goals.

The accolade was presented at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, United States recently as part of Domino’s International 50th Birthday Celebration Rally.

The Franchise Operations Team Member award is given to the team member who performed the best in Australia and New Zealand over the 12 month period.

Domino’s CEO Don Meij said Domino’s stores in New Zealand worked like clockwork due to Daniel’s diligence and it was his strong management skills which had landed him the award.

“Daniel has raised the bar in the past 12 months with Domino’s throughout New Zealand, providing outstanding customer service, consistent product quality, continual employee satisfaction and commendable profit margins,” said Meij.

“We are constantly looking for good team members with great attitudes as our business continues to grow. Daniel is a bright, enthusiastic person and he has proven what you can achieve with the right attitude.”

Domino’s Pizza CEO Don Meij, who began his career as a pizza delivery driver while studying to be a high school teacher, said the company’s culture of promoting within meant pizza delivery drivers of today may become managers and store owners of tomorrow.

“With around 75% of today’s Domino’s store owners starting their career as a delivery driver or pizza maker it’s clear to see that a career with Domino’s Pizza can be a lifelong opportunity,” said Meij.

Domino’s Pizza pays above average wages, additional delivery fees and offers flexible hours to suit students, parents and people with diverse lifestyles.

If you are interested in working at Domino’s Pizza, visit www.dominosjobs.co.nz.

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