These are most of the questions I can remember from my interview;
What is respect?
Who do you respect?
Tell me about a positive work experience?
Tell me about a difficult experience and how you overcame it?
If you were a brand what would you be (like a shop) and why?
How long do you think you’d work there for?
What are your career goals?
Why do u want to eat at mcdonald
What does customer service mean to you?
Mostly based on teamwork.
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Fleetwood, Lancashire
They simply give you an preview of what you will be doing if you except the job then they ask you to pour drinks for 10/20 minutes you get told at the interview if you have the job if they don't you haven't got it
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Glasgow
Flexibility to expand to different roles
Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Former Employee) - Rugeley
They asked what interested me in the job role originally, as well as my future prospects and drive.
Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Wigan, Greater Manchester
Why do you want to work here?
Answered - Mcdonalds Crew Member (Current Employee) - Moor Farm
They ask you what you think the meaning of respect is.
Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Newton Aycliffe
What skills can you bring to the job?
Do you have any activities outside of school/work that may prevent you from working certain days?
What is your dream job?
Why do you believe you will be a good member in McDonalds?
Can you travel to work okay?
Majority of questions are about yourself. They want to get to know you as a person and hear your passions and strength. You may also be required to to an OJ test on your interview which is just a trial test on the floor. But it doesn't always happen. You will find out that day/night ot the day after by text/email.
Answered - Crew Member/customer care (Current Employee) - Belfast, County Antrim