At my location, they were hiring pretty much everyone. if you’re over sixteen, and look like you can do the work, and high availability they pretty much hire immediately. while it’s a very quick process, before you can begin working you have to buy your probationary uniform (white short sleeved dress shirt with a pocket on the left side, black dickies, black treadsafe shoes- specifically that brand, a black belt, a black hairnet, and a black bow tie, all together cost between 40-50 dollars) and wear it to orientation with others in your district. i had to drive to a town an hour away and have orientation with people from four other surrounding cities. after that, it’s smooth sailing.
Questions ask about how good I am
Came in very nice lady asked me basic questions why I wanted to work there how old am I availability. Then she gave me the food handlers training.
Easy, and quick
Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - Buhl, ID
I received an accepted interview email within a day of putting in an application
I came into my store on a monday when they were doing interviews for crew memebers and it was pretty fast alot of people were there but the staff memeber who hired me was poliet and asked me standard questions starting with me telling her about myself then what I expect when i come into a fast food resturant, then how i will make sure my costumers get what they expect and lastly why she should hire me. just after that i was told i was hired and when orientation is.
Easy just asked a bunch of questions they hire anyone basically
Answered - Swing Manager (Former Employee) - Priceville, AL
Slightly rushed, hired on spot
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Marion, IA
Fast & good timing also great training
I think that McDonald's here in Memphis just hired anyone and put anyone in leadership positions