It is called an 'assessment day', where I attended a store and, with a group of fellow candidates, worked together on tasks, and they were intended for the manager to indicate who was good at teamwork and who struggled.
Answered - Team Member - Full Time (Current Employee) - Birmingham, West Midlands
Just prove yourself that you are the person they should take upon to work.
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Scotland
Easy and efficient
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Fleetwood, Lancashire
Meeting with the manager, the manager asking questions about when I am able
To work, why I think I should get the position and more questions about me and how I work as part of a team.
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Hastings, East Sussex
Bad, they don't care, you're human fodder to them, do not apply.
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Wrexham, UK
Quick and easy.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Bedford, Bedfordshire
I attended a group interview in the KFC office.
We were given some group activities to complete and got asked a lot of questions. How we reacted and worked during this session depended on whether we got the job or not.
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Cardiff
When I joined the interview process was shocking. I went in and they wanted my passport and just asked me why I wanted to work here and when I could work. They also had basic questions about the store I had to answer and was offered the job on the spot and started 4 days later, even tho they didn't have my uniform.
Good and very polite
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Colne
They basically just do assessment centres which you'll do some building & work shops, to show how you do working in a team, then you;ll do an activity which you do by yourself, which shows if you're able to think outside the box, then there will be a 1 2 1 and they'll ask you some questions about why you want to work for kfc
Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Nottinghamshire