Make sure you can proficiently catch a happy meal box before your interview. You will be surprise tested by the manager who will jump out of his chair and throw a brick at you; if you can catch a brick, you can catch a happy meal!
Dress nicely, wear a smile and don’t worry. They ask simple questions and hire almost anyone.
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Ferndown
Be well prepared, dressed well and ready for any questions asked.
Answered - Crew Trainer (Former Employee) - Chippenham, Wiltshire
Dont need to prepare to be honest its a normal conversation thats all
Answered - Crew member McDonalds (Current Employee) - London
I prepared couple of questions regarding the job and the rest of the preparation was depending on my communicate skills and my previous experience from interviews.
Answered - Part time position as Cashier, Guest Service (Former Employee) - Krems, DE
Be honest and don't be nervous
Answered - Shift Manager (Current Employee) - Southampton, Hampshire
Think about what skills you would need for this type of job and try to rank them with an explanation as to why speed is more important than customer service for example. Think of senarios within a McDonalds store and how you could overcome it.
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Edinburgh
Research the local are and type of people that use the restaurant
Answered - General Assistant (Former Employee) - Daventry, Northamptonshire
I prepared by researching customer service roles and using natural common sense.
Answered - Staff Trainer (Former Employee) - Liverpool, Merseyside
Give a lot of examples that match the questions, be true to you and don't bluff.
Answered - Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Dundonald