McDonalds Assessments

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McDonalds Assessments

Careers at McDonalds

McDonald’s intensive training programmes will teach you every aspect of the UK restaurant business. Over the course of six months, you’ll learn the business from the ground up. As your experience increases, you’ll take on specific areas of the restaurant such as recruitment, maintenance or accounts. From then on, there’s no limit to how far you can go.

McDonalds Application Process

  1. 1
    Online Application
  2. 2
    Personality Test
  3. 3
    One Day Job Evaluation
  4. 4
    Interview

McDonalds test guides

McDonalds Personality Test

This is like the SJTs and the questions asked are designed to find out how you are suited to the role. You will be given various scenarios and will be asked to rank your answers. To understand these type of questions, we recommend you practice some personality tests first.

McDonalds Job Evaluation

During this day you will undertake a series of different tasks and roles within the company both on the shop floor with staff and also in a managerial position dealing with complaints and the like. You will be observed throughout the day on how you perform the tasks and handle the various situations you are faced with. It is important that you read up on the company and know what values they hold.

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