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What would you suggest McDonald's management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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Hire more qualified managers , not just anybody

Answered - McDonalds Cashier (Current Employee) - Laval, QC

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Cleaner kitchens, better products or at least less direct contact with/around them. If you're going to make chemicals, please have a machine or a scientist do it.

Answered - CREW MEMBER (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON

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They should really ensure that new workers are being treated right and protect them from any hostile environment and encourage them to speak out about it and not just look down on them and think they are being a terrible worker!!!

Answered - Back Crew Memember (Current Employee) - Scarborough, ON

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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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