Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Ruby Tuesday
- Server (37)
- Server/Bartender (15)
- Hostess (11)
- General Manager (6)
- Cook (4)
- Line Cook (4)
- Restaurant Manager (4)
- Host (4)
- Manager (4)
- Chef (4)
- Salad Bar Attendant (3)
- Assistant Manager (3)
- Culinary Manager (2)
- Dishwasher (2)
- Buss/Runner, Host (2)
- Prep (2)
- Bartender (1)
- Garden Bar/Cook (1)
- Hostess/Waitress/Bartender (1)
- Garden Bar Attendant (1)
- Server's Assistant/Host (1)
- Guest Service Coordinator (1)
- Broiler Cook (1)
- Bartender/Manager (1)
- Hostesss (1)
- Host/Busser (1)
- Development (1)
- IT Analyst (1)
- GSM (1)
- Server Assistant (1)
Line Cook Interview
I applied online. The process took 4 days – interviewed at Ruby Tuesday (Exton, PA) in March 2015.
I applied online through a job search. A couple days later got a call for an interview. The manager was very polite and straight forward about what type person she was looking for.
- How passionate are u about customer service? 1 Answer
It was great she listened and made me a gracious offer.
Other Interview Reviews for Ruby Tuesday
Line Cook InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 6 days – interviewed at Ruby Tuesday (Commerce, GA).
I submitted my application in-store with several recommendations from some friends that also worked there. I received a call 2 days later to set up an interview. After 3 separate interviews with 2 assistant managers and the general manager, I was hired and had to attend an introductory meeting. After that, I had to attend 3 days of formal training before officially beginning work.
- Nothing really unexpected - just the usual interview questionnaire. Maybe, "Where do you see yourself in 5 years with this company." 1 Answer
Line Cook InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Ruby Tuesday (Memphis, TN) in August 2008.
I was given an interview when I applied in store, then given another the next week. I had to called several times to let them know I was interested. Some of the questions asked were fairly obvious, like "what would you do if you saw someone stealing?" For the server questions, you might expect a request for you to try to sell the interviewer on something. They've changed the application process to online nowadays.
- Nothing was what I would call difficult. They asked about my job experience and related skills. Answer Question
Line Cook InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 1 day – interviewed at Ruby Tuesday in November 2010.
Very typical interview. What kind of experience do you have? Where else have you worked? Those sort of " if I read your application, there would be no need to ask the questions I'm asking you" kind of questions. My interviewing manager was the general manager and she sat slouched in the booth, very rarely looked up from my application, and seemed very irritated to be at work.
- Have you had any prior cooking experience? 1 Answer
Absolutely no negotiations. As I found out, that process is is consistant through most phases of advancement in daily operations for this company