Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at In-N-Out Burger
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Level III Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at In-N-Out Burger (Santa Clara, CA).
Just be yourself and SMILE (it's part of the uniform). In-N-Out is full of diverse, happy and optimistic individuals.
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Other Interview Reviews for In-N-Out Burger
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days – interviewed at In-N-Out Burger (Dallas, TX) in January 2012.
Hiring and Interview process was easy. Went to a interview, had my second interview the same day then 3 days later got a call with an offer.
There was none, they pay more than minimum wage.
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I applied for INO via Internet and got a call the come in for an interview the next week. I was interviewed first by the 2nd manager and 4th who asked general interview questions, 'Why do you want to work here' 'tell us about yourself' etc etc. I'm pretty sure these guys were just screening me making sure I wasn't a nut or something. The next interview was with the store manager who asked pretty much the same questions. I was hired on the spot and told when to pick up my uniform and shoes.
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