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They do most of it over the phone, then they either reject you or invite you to a more formal interview, along with a 2 hour shift, where they watch how you work.
You get a free meal at the end of your trial shift and then wait for a letter/phone call back to tel you wether you were successful.

Answered 8 October 2018

I recevied a phone call the next day. May have not read the small print in the application because it turned out that it was a phone interview with the Head chef which lasted all of ten minutes at the end the he offered me a trial shift.

Answered 23 October 2019

Uniform is company t-shirt (provided) and black jeans/ trousers and shoes (trainers allowed). Encourage individuality so most forms of body modifications and accessories are allowed.

Answered 23 July 2019

Average 8,

this can vary between a 3 hour shift, splits shifts which can be as many as 12 and an evening shift which could be 6+ with a 20min break with a free meal.

Answered 19 February 2019

They are very great about uniform , their main goal is to assure staff is happy and comfortable: something black at the bottom and they provide a uniform t-shirt

Answered 8 July 2019

Wagamama doesn’t really require pre employment checks, all they want are your details, right to work and some other documents..during training we also do some quiz’s and games to see how good the new recruits are and how you interact with others...basically the interview is easy it’s not something you have to plan on...

Answered 26 September 2018
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