Working hours depends on the volume of customer that comes in every week. Shortest working hour is 4hrs and longest working hour is 8hrs.
Answered - Service Crew (Former Employee) - Tarlac City, Philippines
Depending on your position of applying. you can either work morning shifts which are 4am-12pm, 6am-2pm, or you get the afternoon/night shifts which can range from 2pm-8pm, 8pm-2am, 10pm-6am. It depends on what job you do or what hours you want to work. they are good with flexible hours as long as you work a minimum of 3 hours.
Answered - Crew Trainer (Former Employee) - Gladstone QLD
8-12 hrs including meals and overtime.
Answered - Crew Trainer (Former Employee) - dubai
Answered - Manager/Supervisor (Current Employee) - Crown VIC
I between 10-28
Answered - Cook/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Griffith NSW
The working hours are twenty for seven, the maxium you can do is an 8 hour shift the minimum is a three hour shift
Answered - Crew Member - Part Time (Former Employee) - Geraldton WA
Flexible, hours were not long enough to become overbearing
Answered - Crew Member - Part Time (Former Employee) - Sydney Western Suburbs NSW
12am- 12pm everyday
Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Current Employee) - Marsden QLD
3 hours a day for 2 days.
Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Cranbourne VIC
Depending on what your position is. I am casual and get 0-8 hours a week.
Answered - Team Member (Current Employee) - Bendigo VIC