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What is the interview process like?

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Pretty simple, you walk in and ask for the hiring manager. Then, you wait until they're ready to interview you. They'll ask a couple questions about yourself, and then they'll tell you about themselves. Then they tell you if you're hired or not. Sometimes they'll call you the next day to let you know if you are. They'll write on a peace of paper the day of orientation, and your work schedule.

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Quick and organized

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They ask you availability hours and that's pretty much it your basically hired if you get an interview.

Answered - Cashier, Stocking, Customer Service (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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I was told to dress nice.
Got to my interview and we sat outside in the direct sunlight,sweating to death, and my interview was only 3 minutes long! Then i watched as the manager wiped her sweat with her hand, and went back to the kitchen! I was forever grossed out!

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I recent had a interview at the McDonald’s on 42 & Ashland the two interviewers was asking questions non relatable to McDonald’s it’s they didn’t want me to work there in professional

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As for me. I applied online. They called me 2 days later for an interview. Then the General manager sent me a text asking if I could come in for a second interview. They hired me on da spot! Start orientation soon.

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They just ask your goals in life, position you are seeking, ask if you are interested in kitchen, cashier, maintenance, etc. They ask your availability and when you can start. They also ask about previous jobs and experience. They tell you if you are hired or not. If you are they tell you when orientation is for you.

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The process is a lot of questions and answers.

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I went for my interview last night. I showed up and they only asked me a minimum of 10 questions. All simple.

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There was no interview

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