After awhile the job becomes pretty simple. Nothing drastically ever changes, besides promotions and the employees you're working with. The main principles remain the same. Myself personally, I would leave Mcdonalds because I feel as if there is nothing else for me to learn in that particular environment. I would like to escape the fast food industry for sure.
Answered - Team leader (Current Employee) - kitchener ontario
Contiued standing for long periods of time can be very painfull.
The occasional inmature or mean superviser can make life miserable.
Answered - Back Kitchen Cook/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Kingston, JM
I want to try doing new things in life
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Vancouver, BC
I would leave for either personal reasons or work too hard for too long.
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON
Answered - Swing Manager (Current Employee) - London, ON
Because it's a dead-end job with no future, why else
Also who likes smelling like grease after showering?
Answered - Cashier, Cook, Maintenance, Trainer (Former Employee) - Etobicoke, ON
Not enough shifts.
Answered - Crew Member/Cashier (Current Employee) - Calgary, AB
Co-workers and managers.
Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Fall River, NS
My reason that i leaved in Mc donalds I,m having married I.m loving it if i have a chanced to work again why not.Actually before i leave Mc Donalds, I got a book for Swing Manager that time I can say Im not really matured and any decision.Now I.m a family man everything was very clear and anything you can do anything for your family & for yourself growth.Thanks for Mc Donalds.
Answered - Service Crew (Former Employee) - lulu hypermarket fourth ring road kuwait
Not enough hours and/or a new job opportunity
Answered - Grill Cook (Former Employee) - Port Alberni, BC