Interview process was wonderful
Answered - Salad Bar Attendant (Former Employee) - Flint, MI
They make you feel welcome. The interveiw was given by two managers. I did feel pressured or nervous during my interview.
Answered - Cook/Assistant Kitchen Manager (Current Employee) - Clarksville, TN
Long period sitting with no supervision
Answered - Server/Cashier (Current Employee) - Clermont, FL
Relaxed and straightforward.
Answered - Server (Current Employee) - Northfield, OH
Quick and easy
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Centerpoint, Al
They ask you a few questions in person, then sit you down in front of a computer to answer more questions. These questions are very important.
Answered - SERVER (Current Employee) - Surprise, AZ
Poor they just cheap workers and don't care
Answered - Worker (Former Employee) - Killeen, TX
They just hired me on the spot.
Answered - Front Line Cashier (Former Employee) - Plover, WI
The interview was very short. The interviewer (manager) was very self involved and asked few questions about myself.
Answered - Server/ Front-Line (Former Employee) - Muskegon, MI
You'll be asked some tough questions. These include "Why should I hire you?" and "If a meal costs $19.45 and the customer pays with $20.00, how much change do you owe them?".
Answered - Line Attendant/Cashier (Former Employee) - Olathe, KS