What should i do to prepare myself for my job interveiw at pizza hut tommorrow?

I have a job interveiw at pizza hut tomorrow at 4 and this is my first job, and first interveiw. What should i do to prepare myself for it . ANd what should i where to it? Would some nice jeans and a polo shirt be fine. OR should i where some nicer slacks. I have never had an interveiw before so help me out guys.

Asked By: Christopher - 1/16/2008
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Nice slacks and a nice button down shirt. Present yourself in a very professional manner. Well groomed, clean, and presentable. Look your interviewer in the eye, give straight and direct answers. Tell him you're a quick learner, you're "gregarious" which basically means you are a people person, and that word gets them... More
Answered By: C-love - 1/17/2008
Additional Answers (7)
Show them you're ahead of your peers maturity-wise. Tell them your goals and why you will be an asset to them. Be respectful and use those good manners.
Answered By: rcl1216 - 1/16/2008
Careful not to wear your Domino's Pizza shirt to the interview.
Answered By: Vizzini - 1/16/2008
If you have never had a job before the interview will be pretty basic, don't worry, they can't not hire you for a crappy work record if you don't have one. I think that outfit would be fine, it's not like an office job or anything. If you don't feel comfortable in that, wear kahkis or blank pants and that would be fine... More
Answered By: Amanda F - 1/16/2008
Dress as an interviewer would and tell them you want an interviewers job, or a senior management job.
Answered By: STEPHEN O - 1/17/2008
Be neat and clean. Do not wear too much ( or any colognes or perfumes... More
Answered By: maierkelli - 1/17/2008
If you have any tattoos keep them covered, if you have any piercings other than your ears remove them and if you're a man then I would remove the earrings too. During the interview wear something professional but don't go overboard. If you were interviewing for a big international company a suit would be in order... More
Answered By: William T - 1/17/2008
Learn about different verity/ types of pizza's, apart from good grooming for the occasion, mind your spoken and body language.
Answered By: Dance - 1/17/2008
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