1158 employees reported this benefit
They would give you the days you asked off, or change the time you came in, but because they just copy and paste the schedule, your hours would remain cut. You could also not get the day back that you asked off because of their lazy way to do schedules. In the long run, a lot of shifts get screwed over.
This always depends on the department in which you work. But most are flexible with one day per week from home.
The flexible scheduling was okay but there were times when management would not listen and would schedule me for days that I needed off.
I was able to call on short notice about me having to cut my hours short or not being able to show up .
While most bosses are flexible with this - it is because at a manager + level you are a working 50-70+ hours.
always worked with school and family needs
Their hours are whatever you need them to be in the location in which I worked, we were well staffed with people who's lives varied enough that shifts were always covered, so that wasn't stressful
very flexible hours about as flexible as you can get. Just had to put availability in the application process.
Although they say they have flexible schedules, it was very difficult for me to cope between university and work.
The best thing about McDonald's was that they worked me right after school and gave me at least 2-3 days off each week. The Worst thing about the hours was when I told them months in advance about days I couldn't work because of extra curriculum activities, they still scheduled me to work.