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What would you suggest McDonald's management do to prevent people from leaving?


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Nothing. McDonald's is a great employer.

Answered - Second Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB

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Must be impart there self to the crew and help them to improved there performance to work premesis

Answered - 2nd Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Kuwait

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Determine whether you wish to work for a Franchise or a Corporation. If you like stricter guidelines and work driven focus then choose the Corporation path. Franchise stores I feel are more customer based and I see much more return customers at these locations.

Answered - Crew Member (Current Employee) - Kannapolis, NC

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It wasn't their fault I left,

Answered - Kitchen/Grill Worker (Former Employee) - New Glasgow, NS

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If they get rid of the "no moonlighting policy"meaning you cant work other jobs that would be awesome because i dont like those policies because anyone should work mulyiple jobs at one time


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Treat your employees better

Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - St. Albert, AB

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McDonald's management should listen on their crews opinions and needs.

Answered - Service Crew/Cashier (Former Employee) - National Capital Region

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McDonalds management should reconsider making sure the employees are heard.

Answered - Customer service at the front counter and drive (Former Employee) - Port Coquitlam, BC

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Work on advancement

Answered - Operations Manager for the National Capital Region (Current Employee) - Ottawa, ON

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Increase hourly pay rate

Answered - Swing Manager (Former Employee) - Dufferin, ON

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