McDonalds

  • brittaney.

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    Okay, are there any people on here that work there?
    If so, what should I expect?
    I'm pretty confident that I will get the job because It was less than 24 hours from when I turned in my application that I got the call.
    August 9th, 2008 at 04:18am
  • ChemicallyImbalanced

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    They should be really nice.
    Expect alot of questions though. Mostly things like
    "Why did you choose to work here?"
    "Why this branch?"
    "Why did you choose McDonalds over KFC?"

    Things like that. :cute: Just be yourself and you'll be fine.
    August 9th, 2008 at 10:40am
  • brittaney.

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    Thanks.
    :)
    August 9th, 2008 at 07:31pm
  • The Brightside

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    I work at MacDonalds. :tehe:

    The interview is as easy as hell and barely formal at all. For me, one of the managers just sat me down in the restaurant and asked me about my hobbies and interests, availability to work, transport arrangements, what subjects I did at school. They didn't really ask me any questions like "Why do you want to work here?". It was just really casual and friendly.
    August 11th, 2008 at 01:19pm
  • ChemicallyImbalanced

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    Billie Joe Armstrong:
    I work at MacDonalds. :tehe:

    The interview is as easy as hell and barely formal at all. For me, one of the managers just sat me down in the restaurant and asked me about my hobbies and interests, availability to work, transport arrangements, what subjects I did at school. They didn't really ask me any questions like "Why do you want to work here?". It was just really casual and friendly.
    :cheese: When I worked there they asked me a zillion question's like that, and they all had the same answer. :grr:
    August 11th, 2008 at 01:31pm
  • The Brightside

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    Wtf how annoying omgno:

    My interview was so casual... my mum was trying to prepare me for all these significant questions, like the ones I got when I had an interview for a job at Sanity, but it was nothing like what she was expecting. xD
    August 11th, 2008 at 01:40pm
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    Billie Joe Armstrong:
    Wtf how annoying omgno:

    My interview was so casual... my mum was trying to prepare me for all these significant questions, like the ones I got when I had an interview for a job at Sanity, but it was nothing like what she was expecting. xD
    Haha, my sister did that actually for me to.
    And my interview only ended up being like 2 questions and lasted maybe 10 minutes.

    Oh, and I got the job, haha.
    :D
    August 12th, 2008 at 12:11am
  • The Brightside

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    Aw, congrats. :mrgreen:
    August 14th, 2008 at 01:36pm
  • Fake your own death

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    Just because we are on the topic: What is it like working at McDonalds. Because where I live, it has a very bad stigma...
    August 17th, 2008 at 01:38am
  • peter quill.

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    Just because we are on the topic: What is it like working at McDonalds. Because where I live, it has a very bad stigma...
    I don't work there but a close friend does, he worked in one in our town centre and hated it so he transferred to the outlet one and he said it's really nice.

    I think the one in town deals with drunks/druggos though because of where it is so that put him off more than the staff etc
    August 17th, 2008 at 05:43pm
  • brittaney.

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    Just because we are on the topic: What is it like working at McDonalds. Because where I live, it has a very bad stigma...
    Well I havent fully worked yet, but it doesnt seem to be bad. We have 2 in our town and one is completely disgusting. The one I work at makes sure it is really clean. You have to wash your hands at LEAST once an hour. I hope it goes okay for me.
    August 18th, 2008 at 12:36am
  • garry way.

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    I just got a job there.

    The interview isn't that terrifying, as long as your honest and be yourself. Having a folder with your awards, birth certificate etc., report and any other infomation you need is helpful in remembering what interesting information there is about you.
    August 19th, 2008 at 11:00am
  • serendipity;

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    I just applied for a job at McDonald's in attempt to get away from my current sucky occupation.
    September 1st, 2008 at 01:24am
  • LostandForgotten

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    McDonalds is evil!
    September 1st, 2008 at 06:11am
  • theoldavrilrocks

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    McDonalds is evil!
    Evil eh?
    September 1st, 2008 at 04:47pm
  • Ava Coralwell

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    I was considering working there. But I don't want the whole "Oh! Fatass working at a fast-food place! How ironic!" most of hte places here suck, so Mcdonalds would be the easiestand best. The Manager looks like a real cunt, and the people there are...Kind of rude. I know a few peopel there though xP.
    September 13th, 2008 at 04:02am
  • cyanide cola.

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    McDonalds is evil!
    It is? :shifty
    September 15th, 2008 at 08:56pm
  • amaya5

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    I work there and have been working there for 9 months and im 14 still xD

    I skipped my interview cause my moms friend gave my boss a recomendation but I've seen people getting interviewed, just be calm and answer questions truthfully, and look your boss in the eye!! i cant stress this enough!!

    let me know how it does xD
    September 20th, 2008 at 03:06pm
  • Smooth Criminal

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    No offense to anyone but...I think it would be really gross to work there...I can't even stand to eat at McDonald's ...I get the McGurgles, McStomachach, and McTingles...lol
    February 22nd, 2009 at 05:12am
  • Laceration Gravity

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    No offense to anyone but...I think it would be really gross to work there...I can't even stand to eat at McDonald's ...I get the McGurgles, McStomachach, and McTingles...lol
    But some people really have no other choice than to work in less desirable establishments. I personally would prefer to work in a music store in London surrounded by the things I love...

    But I can't, so McDonalds it is :cute:

    Though I must admit, the people in our local McDonalds don't really make it all that desirable with the way they look/act :tehe: If I get over this three week trial I have, I am going to cleanse tone and moisturise every hour.
    July 4th, 2009 at 11:17am