Underlying profit is the Statutory profit contained in the Appendix 4E of Domino’s FY14 and FY13 Annual Report adjusted for Significant items specific to the Financial Year. As the Underlying profit is different to the Statutory profit, we note that this has not been subject to audit. Refer to the 2013 and 2014 Annual Report for the reconciliation between Underlying and Statutory profit.
Joe started delivering with pizzas for Domino’s in 2014 and is currently one of the oldest members of our delivery driver fleet. He has had a varied work history having done several jobs throughout his career but when he finished up at his last business he wanted to find something fun and flexible so he joined Domino’s.
He says the highlight of the job is working with the young people in store. They are so friendly and dedicated to their job they are always happy to help him out when training and he always appreciates their help.
He has enjoyed every minute of the job and it seems his customers agree. He is one of the highest rated feedback drivers for the store and often gets complimented on his friendly demeanour and smile. He is an absolute asset to the company and proof that age knows no bounds for being part of the Domino’s team.
Since I last reported the Company results, DPE continues to grow from strength to strength, with each of our regions contributing to our strong growth and results in FY15.
This year we have delivered on our promise of innovation, value and quality. As the Company continues to expand across each of our regions we are relentless in our pursuit to delivering our customers exceptional service and finding new and exciting ways to connect with our customers.
Tahlia Butler started delivering pizzas for Domino’s in 2006 and has loved it ever since. She was recruited by her two sisters who worked at Domino’s at the time and the flexibility of the role allowed her to get her exams and assignments done on time and complete her studies.
Tahlia said she has never felt unsafe delivering pizza around Burnie in her nine years at Domino’s and would recommend the job to her friends. The highlight of Tahlia’s time with Domino’s was delivering pizzas to a jetty where two men on a fishing boat swung by, grabbed the pizzas, and went back out to sea. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank Tahlia for her time with us, and we are looking forward to seeing what the next nine years hold for her!
With our People Powered Pizza ethos firmly at the heart of our operations, we truly believe in the development of people. This starts at a grass roots level by contributing to our own Domino’s Communities.