Minimum, if any at all.
Answered - CASHIER (Former Employee) - Corner Brook, NL
Safety training (WHMIS) during orientation and safety teams in each store to ensure safety of staff.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
Their workshops and team meetings that happen every month.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Ottawa, ON
They train you how to drop meat products, how to wrap sandwiches, how to make sandwiches and how to wrap wrappers, how to do backwash(like trays or any tools they use to make the omelet to meat products,etc.), how to drop fries,has brown, how to use the oil timers, what baskets to use to drop the meat products and how to drop apple pies. You have to wear gloves when you are dropping meat products in order to avoid bacteria growth
Answered - Back Crew Memember (Current Employee) - Scarborough, ON
We go over all the health and safety and other
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Orillia, ON
Basically WHEMIS. nothing else.
Answered - Shift Manager (Current Employee) - Edmonton, AB
They are shown how to properly clean the fry vatts, but if refused to do so due to safety of ones self, they are allowed to do something different.
Answered - Cashier and Customer Service (Current Employee) - Redcliff, AB
Computer training and floor training by manager or team member
Answered - Kitchen Staff (Former Employee) - Victoria, BC
Lots of training everywhere at least
Answered - McDonald's Crew Member (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Amazing training, it helped me break out of my shell as an introvert and made me focus on customer service.
Answered - Swing Manager (Former Employee) - Langley, BC