Commenting, one viewer said: “Nah bc two ppl for a DINNER rush is not okay. maybe lunch but nooooo.”
Another viewer joked: “I’d make a couple pizzas and take them home.”
Another said: “I wouldn’t judge Domino’s as a whole. That’s based on your owner. I’ve worked for Domino’s for 15 years, for very wonderful people.”
In a follow-up video, Prindeville said that on the night they quit, there were only two people preparing the orders and one delivery driver on the shift.
She said they were overwhelmed and shortstaffed, and added that they were inundated with calls while orders kept coming in.
She said: “We had so much empathy for the driver, we were doing so much work for next to nothing and it was just stressful. Nobody should have to go through something like that, nobody should have to work that understaffed and just take it.”
Fed up, they turned everything off and locked up the restaurant.
She said she has been working since she was 14, and remarked that “it takes a lot” to bring her to this point.
She has since found a new job.
Indy100 has reached out to Domino's for comment.
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