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The job is basic and the skills needed is minimal. The job training reflects this. "Push a button to start a timer for frying fries." That sort of thing.
It's on-the-job training, so pay attention and learn as you go. Try to develop your own style.
You get 2 months of Training
only basic training to know your job
It was the best job training
it was good job training
Basic fast food training was very quick.
The training program needs to remodeled to be more modern.
It’s 3 hours one day and then you are on shift, you learn as you go. Training is paid though.
They only barely train you. You watch a handful of videos, and are sent into the wild. Usually you can ask a fellow employee for help though.