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McDonald's was my first job and overall it was an "okay" experience. Some crew members would take the time to train others. There were both good and bad managers. Not much team development going on. The experience I gained was due to my own work and the support of other crew members and a couple of managers that actually cared about teaching me new stuff and provided feedback. A lot of favoritism which would be reflected on the work schedules and assignments. Overworked people due to the lack of people as a result of schedules done wrong
No benefits. No pay increase. Work overload.
Working at McDonald's was amazing at the beginning. It was fun, organized, but very stressful. People would often snap on one another if the line wasn't moving fast enough and they were really just focused on their drive thru time more than they were efficiency of service. Being a manager there is very stressful and I was often left in the store entirely alone with the crew as a Manager in Training. May I also mention that they promote very easily if you do your job right and well. I was promoted to Manager in Training at the age of 17 and was told I handled some situations better than some managers that had been there 10 years. The management is a bit chaotic.
Free Lunches, 25% discount, and expendable hours
Short Breaks and unorganized at times
The only benefit to working in McDonald's is that it's a good first job that gives you an insight into becoming part of the UK workforce. Its a stepping stone to the job you want as it teaches you to work as part of a team.
Stat driven environment
Great place for fun and achievements.Good for personal development and practice for hygienic work place. You will get more knowledge about customers satisfaction and hospitality. Also good friendly working place. Job is tough but lots of things to get learn.
McDonald's is frustration feild .senior is torcher to junior. For example- one work depends on 4 employees but company order allow 2 member because working hr is not heigh so all preser given to all manager it's very weak point in McDonald's.
Proper employees is not available regularly under observation
Don't wrking gr proper given to employees
since working there I have made some amazing memories with people there its a good way to meet new people and have a good relationship with them in and out of work.
excellent place too develop.
not paid enough for what you have too go through.
Good career teaches you the skills you need in life. If you can work in this faced paced environment with challenging customers you can work anywhere 😊
Depending on managment can be flexible, always hours available
Pay isn’t the best, challenging on a day to day basis due to customers
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McDonalds is a great company to work for. They work with you based on your speed. Theres always room for growth. The managers there are very flexible. And they have great benefits.
Always busy satisfying customers, giving them the best experience, have to be able to work hard to succeed. Hardest part is sometimes being short staffed and having to organise people accordingly. Best part of the Job is the people I have worked with in both stores have been a pleasure to work with. I learned how to strive as part of a team, then become a leader myself. I was taught how to give best customer service, drive staff to meet targets within the day/week/month etc. skills in Conflict resolution and customer complaints are key to ensure the customers are always dealt with fairly and appropriately. Busiest at regular times like breakfast just before 11, or whenever breakfast ends. lunch and then round about 5 is the dinner rush. A typical day usually involves preparing the store for your shift, and making sure the right procedures are in place for staff and yourself to have a successful day.
Free Lunch, flexible hours, company service awards
long time on your feet
after 2 years at McDonalds I can say that its a fun work environment and if you like the people you will like the work. however it is very fast paced and you must be able to learn quickly and think on your feet, this job is not for everyone but certain types of people thrive under the pressure. I believe the training program is very good if implemented properly and if you are good at your job there is lots of room to move up the management ladder.
discounts on food
dealing with customers and short breaks
There is no incentive at lower levels to do better, only for the top people of a location. Things like speed and presentation are harped on constantly but the issue with speed is lack of staffing/training but they won't schedule for either to save on labor(that's their incentive to get a bonus, which leeds to over worked employees=their high turnover rate). As far a presentation, no time because we are constantly pushed for time, if you stay its for the people.
most days we were very understaffed and then the callouts were constant we were constantly yelled and degraded by costumers then yelled and degraded by the higher management because a customer called to complain that something was wrong or that it took to long when we have maybe 5 people serving over 100 people a hour or more and we also have people disrespecting customers and managers and forcing us to send them home
meeting very nice people
meeting horrible people short breaks, lazy crew wont listen to management