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There is three interviews a group interview where you get to know other people who have applied and it shows how well you are at listening attentively and how well you remember things. If they call you back after a day or two you then have a one on one interview with one of the managers the second interview if called back is with the top manager and the third if called back is with the owner of the building. But if they don’t call you back in a day or two you have no chance

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The interview was not too difficult. My operator asked me a lot about second-mile service and about why I think Chick-Fil-A is so great. And then he asked if I can do those things to make it greater, and I was hired.

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Business casual

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Why do you want to work at Chick Fil A?

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Employees will get paid for training, but orientation usually takes only a few minutes to sign papers. Training takes place over the course of three days with those days spanning anywhere from three to eight hours depending on availability of the employee.

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Be really cheerful and outgoing, smile genuinely and enthusiastically, and know why you love Chick-Fil-A as a customer and understand how you fit into your role as an employee so you can make the customer's experience noteworthy.

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Usually that means they want you for the position and they will generally ask you questions that they want to hear about you to make sure you'll fit their liking.

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Is there room for me to grow in your business?

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You won’t be a cashier everyday. They’ll make you clean and be in the dining room and they’ll make you sweep under fridges and take the trash out when it’s super cold out and if it’s heavy they don’t wanna hear the excuses.

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