In recent news, Kansas Wichita Eagle online article, the rush in delivering pizza is something to be re-considered by many pizza restaurants, chains, businesses. Unfortunately, in the case of a pizza delivery man who was doing a rush delivery as usual to get the pizza to the customer still hot as if just taken right from the oven, rear-ended a woman who was with her mother, ages 59 and 86. The man who is the son of the 56 year old woman sues Pizza Hut for being the reason as to why the pizza delivery man hit the women in the first place who were just waiting for a funeral procession at the time of the accident. Karen Capps, the 59 year old unfortunately did not survive the accident, but fortunately her mother, the 86 year old woman survived. It's truly a bittersweet moment for the man and the mother who lost a mother who was also a daughter because of a rush delivery and the miracle that the mother, 86 years old survived.
As pizzaria owners, pizza shops, pizza restaurants, pizza businesses that take on rush delivery, is it worth the rush? When looking for a pizza delivery driver, what qualifications dictate that the driver truly is qualified? Are you taking the time to make sure they are qualified drivers or are you just accepting applications to fill the position?
Many business owners, restaurant owners do take time to hire the right people for certain positions, however, with rush delivery, should 'rush' delivery still exist?
What are your thoughts? Is the rush worth the risk on the road?