By bring every piece of information thats valuble and needed too the interview. And most important having a clear and clean mind set when arriving. I'v arrived really early sometimes and this method might throw people off sometimes but staying confident is key
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Need to know about fast food business and customer service
Réponse du - Co-Manager (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Have your smile ready and just be friendly and tell them why you'd be a great asset to the team and you're qualified
Réponse du - Grill Operator and Cashier (Former Employee) - London, ON
Learn a little bit about company. Ask questions.
Réponse du - Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Kamloops, BC
Go over things you think highlight your skills and abilities
Réponse du - Head Cashier (Former Employee) - Newmarket, ON
Being ethical, punctual and always following procedures
Réponse du - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
I did a bit of research beforehand, read a brief history of the company and their values. I prepared my answers to their questions in a notebook, as well as some of my own questions based on the position and the information I had gathered.
Réponse du - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Sarnia, ON
Focus on your ability to engage staff and express your desire to work extremely long hours.
Réponse du - Training Store Manager (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON