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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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Immediately, because their turn over is so high. The write up and termination box was always crammed full.

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Very easy to get hired, as long as you have a clean background and appear to be a good worker.

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Millwood, WA

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About two days or so

Answered - Manager (Current Employee) - Peoria, IL

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It took about a few days. I had to watch an extensive viedo.

Answered - Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Lubbock, TX

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It doesn't take that long to get hired unless you know some one up there that can get you hired right of the bat but if not then it might take alittle longer to get hired

Answered - Dairy Queen (Former Employee) - Lexington, KY

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It does not take long at all. You can fill out an application in-store or online, and the hiring manager will contact you for an interview. You may be set up for a second interview, depending on the store or position applied for. If hired on, your first day will consist of paperwork and videos, then bam, you're aboard.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY

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Hiring process is pretty quick. I had applied and then a few days later I had a scheduled interview. The interview was pretty quick - I got hired on the spot. As far as dressing up for the interview, nothing extremely fancy is required but you are expected to look nice just like any other interview.

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Dover, DE

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It usually takes a few days and for maybe about a week or two you are in training.

Answered - Fast Food Worker (Former Employee) - Wylie, TX

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1-2 weeks, Submit a resume no cover letter needed. It is helpful to know the management or employees.

Answered - General Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) - Belleville, KS

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I got hired, on the spot. But didn't start work til the following week.

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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