Dominos Case Study

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Domino’s Pizza Case Study
Domino’s Pizza Delivers Faster Recruiting Topped with Cost Savings and Process Improvements

Founded in 1960, Domino’s Pizza is the recognized world leader in pizza delivery. Today, Domino’s Pizza has 500 company-owned stores in the United States and over 8,000 franchise-owned stores in more than 60 different countries. The Domino’s Pizza brand had global retail sales of over $5.4 billion in 2007, comprised of $3.2 billion domestically and $2.2 billion internationally. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Domino’s Pizza employs more than 10,000 employees; 9,000 of whom are hourly-based employees. The Domino’s Pizza vision, to be the best pizza delivery company in the world, relies on employing a
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Domino’s Pizza was able to strike a balance between simplicity and enforcement of the application process without configuring the solution in a format that would be too cumbersome for the average store manager. “With the help of Taleo, we’ve been able to solve our paperwork compliance problem without sacrificing functionality or a simple user interface. There are no more excuses of lost paperwork and we can now quickly see which applicants are missing documents, therefore reducing liability,” says Mayer.
Passing Information Directly to Timekeeping System

With the help of Taleo, Domino’s Pizza also eliminated the need for the manager to enter application information into the point of sale system which is also used as the timekeeping system in the stores. Taleo passes basic human resource information for each new employee directly to the timekeeping system within two hours after hiring. Because this eliminates manual data entry and typos, data integrity improved dramatically.
Increasing Sourcing and Talent Pipeline Visibility

Since implementing Taleo, Domino’s Pizza has seen improvements in several areas within its recruiting process. First it improved decision support. Using Taleo, managers can drill down into sourcing data and applicant flow. With its staffing report by store, the HR team can see how many employees each store needs and how many qualified applicants are in their talent queue. This

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