Not very long, if they like you they will call you once manager has time to look at your application. Will call you for an Interview will hire you in the spot or take time to consider the interview.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Valley Springs, CA
You are hired on the spot if not then the following interview. The steps along the way are, to be honest, and answer the interviewers question the best you can.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - San Leandro, CA
Usually a week. Apply online, (recommended) bring in resume, interview with manager, start (first day is usually busy and training is learned throughout day by watching)
Answered - Crew Leader (Former Employee) - Carson City, NV
A few weeks they drag it out
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Hanford, CA
1-3 weeks depending on the economy at the time (Modesto CA ranked top 10 for unemployment in U.S.). apply online (along with 100+ applications every month) lucky if I got a call back with 1 of 100 every month.
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Modesto, CA 95355
4 hour training and integration.
Answered - Food Prep / Cleaning (Former Employee) - Roseville, CA
It took me 2 days to get hired. The first day was sending my application, then i called and let them know that i applied online. They made me come in the next day for an interview.
Answered - Kitchen (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
Pretty quick, I was hired, employeed and working with in the same week I submitted my application, all I need was my Serv Safe Certification.
Answered - Line Cook (Former Employee) - Arnold, C
Within a week or so. After the interview and being hired you have to do an orientation.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
The hiring process can take a while sometimes. It took several weeks after I was hired to actually get on the scedual.
Answered - Marketing Manager (Former Employee) - Reno, NV