Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Zaxby's in September 2013.
Interview Details – I sent my resume to the District Manager who replied quickly to set up an interview face-to-face. We met at the closest Zaxby's and talked for a short time basically discussing my prior employment. Started working the next week in accordance to the training schedule that was being tested.
Interview Question – No difficult or unexpected question. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Zaxby's in August 2013.
Interview Details – I filled out an application in store, and was interviewed on the spot by the general manager. I was offered the position right away. The manager made the interview more conversational, which helped it move right along. He seemed to have something very specific he was looking for (i.e. friendly, smiling, out-going).
Interview Question – The questions were typical of interview for customer service positions in the food industry. View Answer
Negotiation Details – My education allowed me to negotiate a higher salary. They were only receptive because of another employees recommendation that I be hired. Their pay is pretty standard and most of the time you either take it or leave it.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Zaxby's in March 2013.
Interview Details – Applied at Snagajob.com and was called days after. Set up an interview and arrived early on date planned. Head manager was not there (very unprofessional) but instead spoke with another manager and scheduled another interview when HM would be back. Went to second interview, was asked basic questions.
Interview Question – If you had a conflict with another coworker how would you resolve it Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Zaxby's in March 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online for one of their numerous ASM positions listed on various job search engines. I was called in to what would lead down the road to a three part interview. Interview #1 was with the GM very friendly and easy going guy gave me the run down on everything told me he would have the DM schedule interview with me for the following week. Interview #2 met with the DM at the same location before the store opened the am. He was an ok guy but tried to paint a horrible picture to see if I was really serious about the position (which I was). He then scheduled me for interview #3 with the Owner of the Zaxby's franchise for the area. This guy was a total jerk and tried to be little me. Which ultimately ticked me off. He tried to make it seem that managing at Zaxby's was a daunting task. He also turned me off to the job when he said you always have to put Zaxby's first and take yourself out of it. I was called in days later for which I was presented their weak job offer.
Reason for Declining – I applied for the Assistant Manager position and requested salary. They responded to me with an insulting offer of $8.00/hr with a position title of Shift Leader w up to 40hrs a week and no benefits and one meal per scheduled shift. They then told me that if I do well within 6m to 1yr I could gain a $1 raise and possible promotion to Assistant Manager. How can you offer someone an insulting proposal as this and expect them to accept a leadership role which requires more responsibility for poverty wages.
I applied in-person and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Zaxby's in February 2013.
Interview Details – Met with two managers first phase, then came in for a second phase interview with the GM of my location at said time was hired immediately and began work that very evening.
Interview Question – To explain why I thought I would enjoy working with Zaxby's View Answers (2)
Negotiation Details – There was really, no room for negotiation, apart from if I saught work as a cook or cashier, and my preference was appointed.
I applied in-person and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Zaxby's in February 2013.
Interview Details –
I had just turned 16, and with no workplace experience before, management was nervous about hiring me. After applying in March, I called back and scheduled an interview - after the initial interview, I was told they would call me back. Two weeks later, I received another call for another interview with the general manager, who set up another interview a week later for final review with all managers. Then, finally, I was hired after the 4th interview, where I also completed my paperwork. I started working in June.
The interview process can be difficult if you are young and/or have had no experience. You have to really prove that you want the job by being persistent about calling/setting up interviews, and selling yourself.
Interview Question – What did I like most about Zaxby's; why should I get the job? Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Zaxby's in January 2013.
Interview Details – Had a call to come in for an interview, a few days later received a call telling me i had the job to come in the next day.
Interview Question – what was my favorite item served at zaxbys View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Zaxby's in July 2012.
Interview Details – You must apply on Snagajob.com, from there your best bet is to call the store that you have applied for and give them your name so they can go to your application and review it. you will then go through a two step interview process. your first interview will be with the hiring manager, who is usually the head assistant manager, and after that if the hiring manager would be willing to hire you, he/she sets up a second interview with the general manager. from there you will be hired based on if the general manager thinks you are fit for the job.
Interview Question – Here at Zaxby's you will be asked really random interview questions ranging from your prior experience to what you would do to change the world. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Take what you can get. they will most likely not offer you anything higher than minimum wage to begin with.. but Zaxby's is a very respectable company and if you work and they see that you are fully dedicated to your job there will be promotions in your futrue!
I applied in-person and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Zaxby's in July 2012.
Interview Details – They were having open interviews on a Thursday. Came in dressed casual, khakis and collared shirt. Interviewer asked about 4 simple questions, then stated that he would call back friday or monday
Interview Question – An out of the blue math question, which I got wrong because of extreme nervousness! Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Zaxby's in June 2012.
Interview Details – The interview process is fairly easy, no hard questions or any test to take. The process consist of 3 interviews one with the District Manger, one with a Store manager preferably at the store you will be working. The last one is with the owner.
Interview Question – How do you hadle stress? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Being that I was fresh out of college I didn't really negotiate and took the first offer they gave me which I am truly regretting. They will work you to the bone and not promote within so make sure you ask for at least $29,000 and up.
Pros: 1. Equal Opportunity Employer: during the recession, our local Zaxby's was among the few employers who continued hiring high school students, graduates with limited work experience, and even those with criminal histories. For the most part, their… – Full Review
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