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I have been working at McDonald's full-time (Less than a year)
They were very willing to take someone with no experience. They were willing to pay attention to training and the managers were pretty good. Hard work was encouraged and expected and I felt like I was considered a real member of the team from the very beginning.
They wanted to make every dollar they possibly could. If someone came in and ordered a coffee they were allowed to sit in the lobby all night long. There were some regulars that stopped ordering anything all together and just hung out in the lobby. Managers also wanted to keep serving even when we should have closed up and started cleaning. It makes getting ready for the next shift much harder when we start with 20 or 30 minutes less then what we should have had. Compensation and benefits truly are bare bones but you can't be surprised at that.
Advice to Management
It's ok not to serve some people. In fact not letting the beggars to harass people would be good for business. I understand that you want to serve everyone but many take advantage of our willingness to serve and I get the feeling that's why people at McDonalds feel like they can say or do anything.