Questions and Answers about Panera Bread Hiring Process

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It's ok but it should more be organized and the training was good its really easy . But the teenagers that work there in the Florence location are nice but they profanity is horrible and they lazy.

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They ask you about your resume pretty much. The only non-resume related questions were whether or not you liked to cook and what you cook. If you’re a first time highschool worker they will ask about school activities and why have a panera be your first job.

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The interview was super easy. You usually go through 2 short interviews. They asked about very basic questions, like where you live, how you commute, and what your availability is. One question they asked was what you think good hospitality is. You know right after if you are hired or not.

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Yes, and they send you to a class to learn curriculum about becoming a manager

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Online interview, phone call, interview in store and phone call..

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Yes, all training is paid for during training. When you train you are paid at a slightly lower hourly wage than what your salary will be.

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Yes, you can. I worked at Panera for nearly two years and I saw many old employees come back. They're also much more desperate for workers right now, so it highly likely that you can come back unless you did something illegal.

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