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McDonald’s conducts five-minute interviews for 5,000 vacancies in VIC

The chain boasts a workforce of over 28,000 people across its 260 restaurants in Victoria.

McDonald’s offered on-the-spot five-minute job interviews for eligible Victorians last Saturday, May 28, as part of a push to fill 5,000 vacant positions in one day.

The fast food giant hoped the hiring blitz will ease the job hunting process by giving potential employees the opportunity to meet a hiring manager instantly without needing to submit an application.

“We are running the hiring blitz to help us connect with potential employees across the State who may be looking for casual, part time or full-time work,” McDonald’s Victorian market director Kelly Nardella said in a release.

“Our restaurants are actively hiring people of all ages and experience levels across a variety of crew, management, barista and maintenance roles.”

McDonald’s boasts a workforce of over 28,000 people across its 260 restaurants in Victoria.
 

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