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It was nice & laid back. I didn't feel like I was being interrogated. She's was nice and polite the entire time. I was hired on the spot

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I left the Saco, Maine store due to poor upper management. As a manager myself, I have never been so embarassed by my team before. We had a new GM come in around the time I started my anagement training and all was swell for two months, then she flipped the store upsidedown and started pushing everyone out. The district manager is also a joke.

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They really need to raise the pay in most of the stores. Also when review time comes, they need to up the pay raise.
When I had worked for the one in Greenwich, NY back in 2000-2002 and was my review time, I was told I had done very good- excellent work, yet the raise was only about $0.30. That is a joke.

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The manager of the Plymouth NH one called and asked if I could come in for an interview.

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They called me and asked if I could come in for an interview. If they call, you basically have the job already. You just have to go to an orientation and then 2 training days and then you are done.

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Yes they did

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Very fast pace and can be a little dysfunctional but its very diverse

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Yes. Because you might run out of butter milk making a lot of biscuits and they will send you to the grocery store to buy some unless you want to walk and get it.

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Depending on which type of Mcdonalds. A coporate one gets paid weekly and a franchaise might do biweekly depending on the owner.

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Honestly, doesn't matter a lot. I saw tons of people badly dressed get hired. Try to look presentable. Jeans or a skirt and a nice shirt. Hair up is usually more professional. I personally hate buns but whatever you feel.

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