wagamama
Happiness score is 46 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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77 questions about working at wagamama
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 18 December 2017
Can vary from 10am until 8pm or a pathetic 2pm until 5pm even if you are part time.
Answered 26 October 2018
Availability, how can you get to work
Answered 19 February 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 21 September 2017
If you are unique, show it. Pink/or blue hair? spray it & make it big. Tattoos? no problem. Wagamama loves people who are themselves, the diversity in people is amazing. Go to their website and facebook pages and see who they work with and the charities they support and this will give you a really good insight into the thinking and the ethics behind them. also look at the environmental work they are doing and the info on sourcing, recycling and energy saving efforts they are making, it will make you quite proud and want to be a part of it.
Answered 7 August 2017
I used to cry every morning before my shift and come home with bruises on my feet from long hours and not being allowed to sit.
Answered 10 December 2020
Set hours plus more time to clean down
Answered 21 November 2020
too many tables not enough staff
Answered 14 April 2019
Bleak, they need to make multiple improvements
Answered 3 February 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 24 July 2017
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