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Accepted Offer – Reviewed Jun 11, 2013 New
Interview Details – Easy, simple questions.... Are you a good worker, do you go above and beyond, etc.
Interview Question – No out of the ordinary question. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Minimum wage.
No Offer – Interviewed in Plymouth, MA Jun 2012 – Reviewed Nov 7, 2012
Interview Details – I applied online and got called back within 15 minutes. We scheduled an interview in a restaurant the next day.
Interview Question – They asked me why I wanted to work at BK. When I found out that they were looking for someone who could work long-term (I just needed a summer job), we both realized it wasn't a good fit. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Indian Trail, NC May 2009 – Reviewed Sep 18, 2012
Interview Details – Interview was conducted by Assistant store Manager, after hire , training was conducted via , experienced employees to a level that was fairly easy to comprehend. paper work for a team member was at a minimum, expiation's of task achievements are based on repetitive, completion of tasks. From Food handling & dating to station Clean-up, sandwich building ,The Corporate Way.
Interview Question – At team member level , most all questions were at a level of the Team Member's , knowledge - length of time in the position. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Murfreesboro, TN Aug 2011 – Reviewed May 17, 2012
Interview Details – I received a phone call from the manager, and we figured out a time I could come in. The interview was very conversational, just asking about my experience, and why I wanted to work at Burger King. He spent a lot of the interview telling me about the place. Since I had previous food service experience and wasn't crazy, they were happy to hire me without interrogating me too much.
Interview Question – Why Burger King? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was given a slightly higher offer because of past experience and was not in a position where I was comfortable negotiating, since I was desperate for any job.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saginaw, MI Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jan 11, 2012
Interview Details – Showed up early and dressed nice, answered personality question; What would you do in _______ situation? The manager was nice and explained everything. I tried my best to explain team work but she still wrote down "working as one." She also say that they WOULD contact me for a second interview, didn't happen.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL May 2011 – Reviewed Aug 11, 2011
Interview Details – I received a phone call from the store manager who then called me in and hired me on the spot because she said I seemed very competent and my resume was very nice. I needed to complete a background check, which went through in a week, and I began training as a team member at Burger King within a week of my first call.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chandler, AZ Jul 2010 – Reviewed Aug 15, 2010
Interview Details – i came for the 1:1 interview and he told me he will get back to me when he has done all the interviews
Negotiation Details – its $7 an hr
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jul 2011 – Reviewed Apr 6, 2012
Interview Details – I applied for the job at the beginning of the summer but I didnt get hired until a month before school started. I got a call from human resources and he just asked me if there were any specific times that I couldn't work, if I had transportation and how old I was.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Jun 2009 – Reviewed Jul 3, 2010
Interview Details – I applied online and got an interview in 4 days. Interview went real well and they desperately needed the position. The interview just involved questions about myself, why I would like to work for them and previous work experience.
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