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WTHIDN
24th Sep 2001, 01:00
Things are looking up!
http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/company/asp/ci_emplo.asp

Midland Maniac
24th Sep 2001, 01:45
BEEN THERE!!!!

DONE THAT!!!!!!!

GOT MANY, MANY, MANY, T-SHIRTS!!!!!

NEVER GOING TO DO IT AGIAN NO MATTER HOW BAD THINGS GET!!!!!!!!

MM

golden_hands
24th Sep 2001, 03:13
A typical McDonalds profcheck.

Recall Items for Oven fire!
A Single Burger Departure.
N-1 French fries approach on slippery floor.
Active decompression at the toilets.
Drive through non-coms

Send Clowns
24th Sep 2001, 03:13
Hey, MM, you of all people may have to! :D

golden_hands
24th Sep 2001, 03:17
Hey Send Clowns, we can enter the olympics for synchronous posting. :D

B747wideboy
26th Sep 2001, 00:00
Do they have a direct entry program?

IŽd like to think I have enough time to at least get the first two stars on my badge and maybe an early command on the chip fryer.

Hagbard the Amateur
26th Sep 2001, 15:43
We're not referring to the primarily CX Macdonalds charter planes from ZRH are we? :D

aidybennett
28th Sep 2001, 18:33
Anyone know if they bond you?
Are you 'frozen on type' ie; the chip-fryer, for a period of time before allowing you to bid for the burger fryer later. Perhaps BALPA should set up a sub devision:BAL(CF)PA That is the British AirLine (Chip Fryers) Pilots Association? :D

traveler
28th Sep 2001, 20:38
I've been there. :rolleyes:

If you get to wear a t-shirt or polo, you pay for half your lunch.
If you get to wear a tie (assistant manager trainee !) lunch is free !!
So be specific on your application.
Not kidding.

B747wideboy
28th Sep 2001, 21:45
I made some really nice chips in the University Frying School and I'm a bit handy at the barbecue. Do you reckon I could get sponsored?

Also will the lack of chronic acne, greasy hair and a speech impediment be any bar to getting a First Class Frying Medical?

JB007
29th Sep 2001, 03:05
Don't care what you lot say...it's a step up from my paper-round!

Paterbrat
29th Sep 2001, 18:48
According to the health inspectors no Hobb's allowed in the food preparation area