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It’s weekly at their NYC Times Square location

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It depends on the position really, sometimes it can be within a couple of days others might takes weeks. If you haven't heard back from the person you interviewed with after a couple of days feel free to follow up! Thank you for your interest in D&B.

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They use a computer system.

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No. We could wear black t-shirts or long sleeve and we could wear dark jeans or black jeans or pants.

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I was hired during the initial interview, veterans score big with the Houston 2 location. The orientation seemed like it was all about "getting in a fun mood". The first question was "what's your favorite cerial" which accurately depicts the importance of orientation. It's all a game, which is the point. The entire goal of this job is to be sure the guests have fun and will come back and spend more money, whether you were hired as a server, games technician, manager or anything else d&b might hire. I spoke with the General manager and even played a basketball game with free desert at stake. Saying it's a joke sounds like a low blow but it's exactly what to prepare for. Jokes are fun and that's what d&b is all about

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Lol, only fulltime employees are management, but if your part time expect to work fulltime hours.

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It's the opposite. They fly out the members of the Orange and Blue training team to train people at new store openings.

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Pay is bi-weekly, meaning one paycheck, every two weeks.

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