Mcdonalds application help?

Mcdonalds application help? Topic: Jobs application status
July 24, 2019 / By Joanne
Question: so I applied for a job at mcdonalds and they sent me an email with the link to check my status, but when I click on it, it doesn't show my application status at all. it shows my old applications but not my new ones. I also applied for another position at mcdonalds and even that hasn't shown up, does this mean the application hasn't gone through?
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Gabi Gabi | 5 days ago
It means you have applied but it hasn't came through the network at McDonald's. It usually takes 2-3 days to show up. When it does it will give you a status update
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Gabi Originally Answered: Trying to get a job at McDonalds?
When a company really wants somebody, they're going to make it happen as soon as possible. They don't want to screw around. I'd say the more the time goes by the worse. But that's not true for all circumstances. However, don't be afraid to be looking for alternatives while you're waiting. Best of luck with the job. Btw: Now I'm in the mood for McDonalds, haha.
Gabi Originally Answered: Trying to get a job at McDonalds?
In the UK, i think Mcdonalds pay around the minimum wage. Just over £5 per hour they are a megga rich company. So just to help you put things in to perspective, i had a part- time job as a cleaner getting paid £8 per hour, working for private house-holds who were not wealthy by any means, and they couldn't thank me enough for the work i did. Some cleaning jobs will pay even more here in the uk. You just have to look around and spread your options, there is alot more to chose out there than Mcdonalds. All the best
Gabi Originally Answered: Trying to get a job at McDonalds?
You should continue looking for jobs, even if they said they would call you. They might find someone who applies better for the job, and forget to call you and tell you that they found someone else.

Daryl Daryl
you should recieve a call or email if your application was accepted... if you hear no response in a week try applying again
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Daryl Originally Answered: Mcdonalds job and interview?
Well it's been a while since I was in High School - I actually had 2 jobs my Senior Year but back then you needed to get "working papers" if you were 16. I can't remember if you needed them when you are 17. So an easy answer is "did they ask for you to get working papers?" (getting them is super easy, you get them in school). So wait for the phone call - but it's sounds like they are going to give a chance. Fast Food work isn't the easiest job in the world, but at least it will be busy - so the time will go buy. It's a good high school job, you know. I didn't work there but I had a lot of friends who did - they never really complained about it - they would go in and do your thing. When I was a grill cook one summer, my skin would break out because of all the grease. So you want to watch out for that. As long as you don't work the morning shift, McD's would be an OK job. You would work good hours - on the weekend you could still do stuff. That's always important - I've had jobs with crappy hours - that stinks. It's a good high school job and you'll like having money - also after flipping burgers for a while - you'll realize how important college is.
Daryl Originally Answered: Mcdonalds job and interview?
That was definitely an "on-the-spot" interview. The man you spoke with, the store manager, is the one that is responsible for all hiring and firing decisions in that restaurant. Did you get the job? It sounds like it, but since he said that he's going to "try" and get you a spot in the orientation, it makes me wonder a little bit. When the manager calls you and gives you a firm date and time for the orientation, then you know that you have the job, and congratulations! Working at McD's is just like any other food service job... The pay isn't the greatest, and the hours can be long. The public expects you to read their mind, and you will hear over and over that the customer is always right, even when they're wrong (and being a jackass about it, most of the time!) Some people really love it, some manage, and some hate it. You'll find out where you fall after about a month on the job... Once the "newness" wears off... The best advice I can give you (I have been in the restaurant industry for 22 years, 14 of that in management) is this: Do what your bosses ask, stay busy (or at least always "look" busy), and don't be afraid to ask questions when you don't understand something or you simply are not sure. Good luck with your first job, and I hope this helps!

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