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McDonald's President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Easterbrook
Steve Easterbrook
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    Its Ok. My Experience is for those that will or have worked at McDonalds within another store such as Walmart.

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    Current Employee - Crew Member/Grill Cook in Roxboro, NC
    Current Employee - Crew Member/Grill Cook in Roxboro, NC
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    I have been working at McDonald's part-time (Less than a year)


    Good Experience Easy Cashier experience Fast pace Easy to sell products Decent pay and hours Flexible student hours Payed weekly, have been told that is good for Parents. Good for first job


    Small Work Space Few to help if needed, and sometimes alone. Only one Manager to help you most of the time If the management needs you, you pretty much have little choice. Working in such a small restaurant, few employees to help. If one employee does not show up, EVERYONE's performance suffers. Management can be inconsiderate sometimes. It is easy to be irritated by little mistakes. Especially in a small space. In a Small Mcdonalds, equipment may be inefficient or horrible to deal with.

    Advice to Management

    Put your foot down. Don't be lazy, or not do things you are supposed to just because it is too much work. Do what you are supposed to do or else the business will suffer. Help teach employees instead of making them teach each other or always being absent. Be a role model instead of a hypocrite: telling your employees they can't while you constantly do it. Being too strict will cause your employee performance to lack. IF you do not care for your employees then not only will your employees not care for the customer, they wont care for their job or the equipment. Meaning if you treat them wrong, on purpose, don't expect them to be good employees.

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