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Wage increase among Domino's solutions to slow pizza delivery
Domino's CEO Ritch Allison admitted that their average delivery time has "slipped a minute or two in some places" due to staffing woes and vowed to offer higher wages to entice new employees and retain existing ones.
Allison added that getting delivery times back to previous levels is a big area of focus for Domino's moving forward.
He admitted that the solution involved fixing staffing issues.
But Allison also pointed out that getting more drivers alone wouldn't necessarily solve the situation and that they would examine all of the time they wasted in the delivery process.
He explained that the driver should never get out of the car and should spend all of their time getting pizzas to customers.
Domino's would eliminate some of those other tasks so that it can keep the drivers moving.
Not only would customers benefit from quicker delivery times, but it's also better for the drivers who could receive more tips with an increased number of deliveries.
Faster delivery times also lead to more sales for Domino's per household.