Reliability is Key
As a family-owned pizza chain, Fox's Pizza Den conducts informal job interviews to hire on new associates. The hiring process takes applicants through a brief interview session onsite at a desired location. A typical applicant will only have to participate in a single hiring session during the interview process. During each interview, managers look for reliable workers with consistent means of transportation and hardworking attitudes. Experience in the pizza industry generally benefits prospective team members; however, no formal requirements exist to obtain available jobs.
Casual Conversations and Answering Basic Questions
The basic protocol for job interviews includes casual conversation between applicant and manager encompassing various aspects of everyday job duties, customer relations, employee relations, and company history. The hiring process also serves as the main means of getting to know potential workers personally before hire. Applicants may respond to interview questions geared at specific motives for choosing Fox's Pizza Den as a place of employment, general employment history, or aspects of each position available.
Sought-After Personality Traits
Workers should remember to address hiring managers in a respectable and conscientious manner. Fox's Pizza Den hires individuals who mesh well with existing staff and often desire personable and easygoing individuals still able to work hard when locations get busy. Friendly, outgoing, and punctual individuals represent ideal candidates. Successful candidates often receive job offers before the end of the final interview. If not, job hopefuls may receive phone calls indicating hiring status a few days or within a week after the last interview ends.