Bojangles’ Interview Questions & Tips

Hiring Process Basics

Qualified job seekers applying for employment with Bojangles’ Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits generally encounter a simple interview process consisting of a basic question-and-answer session with a hiring manager. Applicants garner consideration for interviews by submitting resume or any other official documents needed to kick off the formal hiring process. Managers typically look over the submitted information promptly and call to arrange interviews within a day or two of receiving the proper documentation from job seekers. The phone call to set up the job interview sometimes doubles as a brief pre-screening assessment, with potential employees fielding a couple preliminary questions before interviewing in person at the appropriate restaurant.

How Long Will I Spend in the Bojangles' Interview Process?

Bojangles' interviewers usually meet with candidates one-on-one for about a half hour, at most. The interview process regularly calls for just a solitary meeting with a hiring manager, even for managerial interviewees.

What Types of Interview Questions Will I Encounter?

Interview questions often qualify as standard and easy to answer. Common questions asked during interviews include: "Why do you want to work here above other restaurants?", "What can you offer as a member of the Bojangles' team?”, and "What do you hope to accomplish in the next five years?" Hiring managers also like to ask about challenges faced at other jobs and frequently use the Bojangles' interview process to make sure prospective employees possess the character and schedule availability necessary to work at a quick-service restaurant.

Hiring Requirements and Ways to Impress

While standard business attire remains too formal for most Bojangles' interviews, applicants hoping to appear suitably professional and serious about getting the job should attend each interview smartly dressed and neatly groomed. Strive to answer interview questions with responses that stay relevant to the subject matter and reflect a strong work ethic as well as a passion for customer service. Make sure to mention any previous cashier or restaurant experience and bring up any other personal skills related to essential job duties. Candidates often receive word of hiring prior to departing interviews, with job offers contingent on the results of background checks.

Bojangles’ Crew Member Interview Video

Video Transcript

Interviewer: Please describe your job title and primary duties.
Bojangles’ Crew Member: Sometimes my positions would vary but I started off as a line packer, I don’t know the specific title but you put the food on the plate and give it to the customer or box the food and give it to the customer. But sometimes I work at the cashier when the cashier is doing something different.

Interviewer: What was the work environment like?
Bojangles’ Crew Member: Actually it was pretty hectic because it’s so popular. It’s very fast paced so you just have to keep up so there’s lots of orders.

Interviewer: How would you describe the application and interview process?
Bojangles’ Crew Member: I went on a day where it was, I don’t know what they call it but you just come in and they just go through every one and interview a bunch of people at the same time and then you are kind of like that so I got the job during this open application process and it was very simple. They actually just looked at my application, asked me some general information and the next day she was just like, “Come in with your tax information.” It was very simple.

Interviewer: What should an applicant wear to the interview?
Bojangles’ Crew Member: My interview, she was definitely looking for people who were dressed nice. She didn’t discriminate against the people who weren’t but if you did, it helped. So I had on linen pants. It was summertime. It was hot. I wore linen pants and a shirt that was quarter length. I tried to look decent.

Interviewer: How were you notified that you received the job?
Bojangles’ Crew Member: Well, they told me right then and there that I did.

Interviewer: What other advice would you give to a job seeker looking to gain employment?
Bojangles’ Crew Member: Just be prepared to work hard. There’s a lot of… You have to make tea. So sometimes there’s heavy lifting. Just be prepared to work fast. I know they have new register systems so I don’t know… We used to have to add and subtract ourselves so make sure you’re good at math. They look for that. Stuff like that. Just work fast.


  • Khadijah says:

    Is this a good place too work?

  • Bob smith says:

    Tell us about yourself (not personally)? what days and hours can you work (you better be flexible on this issue)? What makes you angry? Do you have reliable transportation? Do you have any prior restaurant experience? Have you ever been convicted of a felony? Do you have a clean driver license? Do you interact well with others? Those are the interview question that I can remember.

  • Chrissy says:

    I have an interview tomorrow and I was just wondering what I needed to bring to the interview. do i need to bring my SS card, because I’m kinda freaking out right now because I cant find it but I know the entire number like i know the whole thing not just the last four digits. so would that be ok?? and what else do I need to bring??
    thanks so much for your help,
    chrissy v

  • steven says:

    will bojangles hire felons?

  • Jeffery says:

    What type of documents should you bring to your bojangles interview?

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