Every town has at least one pizza place, which means they all have delivery drivers. When you deliver pizzas for work, there are plenty of benefits — free pies! friendly co-workers! — but there are plenty of drawbacks, too, from unkind customers to long hours.
Then, of course, there’s the biggest negatives: unpaid wages and low expense reimbursements.
In many industries, unpaid wages mean unpaid overtime or paychecks that bounce after receipt. However, pizza delivery drivers who work for chains like Pizza Hut, Domino’s, or Papa John's — or even small, local spots — can be affected by wage theft in a multitude of ways.