McDonald's Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at McDonald's?

3.4Work/Life Balance
2.9Salary/Benefits
3.3Job Security/Advancement
3.3Management
3.4Culture
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Stressfull
Written by Assistant Manager (Former Employee) from Toronto, ON on 16 January 2019
McDonald's actually teaches you a solid foundation of knowledge when you get to the position of a Manager, stuff that you can take right away and apply to a better life. When moving up in McDonald's they send you to a class each rank/promotion. A typical day at work varies depending on the volume of the restaurant. Low volume = more chill, time goes - more... by slower, less sales means less hours for crew. In a high volume restaurant time goes by way faster, kind of hectic in a good way, easier to get messy and lose track of tasks to do if not properly staffed. Hardest part of the job is the robotic to ... - less
Prosfree Lunch
Conslong hours
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