Tell me about yourself.
What is respect in the workplace?
What's more important, fast service or friendly service?
Is personal appearance important?
Tell me about a difficult situation you overcame.
How would your last manager describe you?
Is it important to be happy at work?
What are the shift patterns? and how long a break do you get if you're full time?
Well full time job 1 hrs or 2hrs break enough for me.And you will also be what you say.
Treat team with an ounce of respect. Learn how to treat people as individuals - try not treating your intelligent hard working staff the same way as those who don't want to work.
To be actually have a life and be finally feel happiness. To not be talked to and treated like less than something you've stepped in.
It's quite simple actually. After breakfast, you should meditate and prepare yourself for the tsunami of verbal abuse you will face from customer and staff members alike during work hours. Once you arrive at work, you'll either get a Pepsi to the face which means you're on the till, a [full] mop bucket thrown at you which means you're on cleaning, or if you're really unlucky the manager will drag you kicking-and-screaming to the drive-thru where you will spend the next eight break-less hours being informed that you are a sub-human. And that's it, really.
You can tell them on your availability form how many hours you would like to work in a week, and then on the online schedule, you can pick up extra shifts if you want - either shifts that were never filled, or shifts from other staff that want to get rid of them.
When you request an extra shift, the managers need to approve it, however at my restaurant, they didn't always look at them, so I wouldn't know that morning if I would have to go in or not.