Questions and Answers about McDonald's

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Always something to do. Heaps of mini challenges for you to overcome. Personally I love it because of the freedom, if you continuously take initiative the managers leave you be. You gain a lot of people skills! Fellow workers (THIS DOES CHANGE FROM LOCATION TO LOCATION) most of them will start a conversation if you're doing a task near them and they are generally nice. My managers are amazing, they can be sturn but only when you need it as they understand the stress you're already under. More experienced workers are always happy to help! Generally there will be a manager/someone in a position who you feel comfortable with, this person will be the one you go to for help.

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I usually do around 10 hours a week, I don't get rostered on as much as other people due to my school life.

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My reason would be lack of hours, under staffed shifts with hight sales per hour

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Experience in working in a disorganised environment

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I attended a group interview for McDonald's and it's honestly one of the chillest interviews I've been too. First thing we did was we chose a partner, introduced ourselves and then introduce your partner to the entire group. Then we were split into larger groups and we answered some questions and did some fun activities. That's it!

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Yes, half price for before, during and half an hour after shift and 25% off at any McDonalds store. Managers eat free.

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In mine, no jewelry of any kind unless it is religious or a wedding band. No watches or accessories. No piercings at all. Minimal make up, I have also been told no nail polish/acrylics either. You can have tattoos providing they are not offencive and hair colour is fine.

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