Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at T.G.I. Friday's
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Line Cook Interview
I applied online – interviewed at T.G.I. Friday's (Grand Rapids, MI) in March 2013.
Applied online late at night. Received a call the following morning in which an interview was scheduled a few days in advance. The first interview was short, lasting about 10 minutes. The following interview which was taken place with the GM who would be in charge of the hiring was longer, at about 20 min.
- What is your favorite food to cook and why? 1 Answer
Negotiation is possible. They will most likely tell you they will start you out at 8. If you have any previous cooking experience decline and shoot for 9. Or if they tell you 9 based on your moderate to high level of experience, decline and shoot for 10 ect.
Other Interview Reviews for T.G.I. Friday's
Line Cook InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1+ week – interviewed at T.G.I. Friday's (Cambridge, MA) in January 2008.
Be prepared to show them your skills and that you don't drop things.
- Why would you want to work here? 1 Answer
None I took minimum wage.
Line Cook InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days – interviewed at T.G.I. Friday's (Gateshead, England (UK)) in July 2012.
Turned up for an interview just before the place opened. Offered a drink from a member of staff. Had a chat with a member of staff (informal) before speaking to the manager. Manager came out and introduced himself. Seemed like a nice, light-hearted and relaxed guy so it was easy for me to relax too. Had a chat about previous employment and what-not. Nothing hard really. Lead me out.
- What gets on your nerves? What niggles you? 1 Answer
Shifted me for an OJE (On the Job Experience) shift the next day and advised me to wear suitable clothing. But not necessarily and offer. More of a test-run