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I filled out application 11/17/19 they called 11/18/19 interviewed same day went to orientation 11/23/19 start work this Tuesday 11/26/19 so it took me 1 week.

Answered November 23, 2019

You get paid 8.25 you’re not allowed to work more than 25-28h per week they pay you every 15 days and you end up getting paid like $350 if you ask for more hours you’re not allowed to get it, only if you’re co-manager and store manager you get the full benefits but as crew member you don’t have any benefits.

Answered August 17, 2019

Vary depending on your performance and availability.

Answered January 15, 2020

They didn't ask anything except if I had a curfew. Then they made me go back and make a pizza.

Answered May 21, 2020

Ask questions! Don’t be afraid to ask questions about everything, including work that you will be responsible for.

Answered January 6, 2020

You're basically getting trained on a bunch of different stuff for like the first 2 weeks.

Answered August 5, 2019

You can do that, or they give you a card or papercheck

Answered November 23, 2019

Some of the other crew members who are teens are rude and disrespectful to us college students just bc they’ve been there longer. Another reason I’d leave is bad hours in the winter and the need to focus on school. The managers at my location are exceptionally nice people who are well deserving of more money than what they get paid. Also the cost of gas might not be worth what I get paid and I can transfer out near my home because the store can’t take on more employees

Answered September 18, 2019

As I remember you were paid bit-weekly, on Friday.

Answered May 13, 2019

Ordinarily be prepared to be truthful. Depending on the nature of the felony will determine if you can legally work with the register. As for me being a felon did not prevent me from being a shift leader. I was a dedicated trustworthy employee.

Answered May 13, 2019
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