Fun and Great place to work, management need improvement
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 February 2018
Working there for just about a year I learned so much and enjoyed my job, although it was a wonderful place to work the management was lacking. Most of the mangers were very arrogant and didn’t care about there employees, they were discriminative towards a lot of the teenage employees.
Good learning experience, occasionally free food on break
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 February 2018
you start out as a cashier just taking orders they move you into more advanced roles the longer you're there. can be very busy and stressful depending on management and how you handle stress. very team oriented you'll work in a close-knit team with others. good opportunity to move up in management. VERY flexible hours short shifts so it's easy to give away a shift or take on another shift. if you want to work a lot of hours you can if you want to work very few hours you can. management was fine. an overall good place to start with flexible hours friendly co-workers.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 20 February 2018
I worked here for a year and a half and was so thankful when I found a new job. I was never given the hours I had asked for and my shifts constantly got cancelled. The managers were unwilling to work as hard as the crew members which made the shifts difficult and not fun at all :(
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 18 February 2018
You spend most of your day taking orders and making fries. It is an okay place to work for teenagers and students but not a good long term employment. You learn a lot about people and how to deal with complaints. The management was not good. The best part was the food discount and the worst part is always feeling greasy and smelling like fried foods.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 18 February 2018
A typical day working at Mcdonald's involved many different aspects of teamwork, multitasking, and hard work. Working in the Mcdonald's environment meant every day was a fast paced day filled with 'Mcdonald's moments'. The one thing I learned from working at said establishment was how to handle balancing multiple tasks at the same time while maintaining the customers satisfaction. The hardest part of the job would have been the inconsistent hours from one week to another, but the crew and management always made up for it with making the job more enjoyable each and every day.
Crew Member (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 17 February 2018
working at one of the largest fast food restaurant in the world is completely different experience. crew members are very friendly and the management too. you can gain great skills and experiences by working here
Part-time Crew Member (Former Employee) – Bolton, ON – 15 February 2018
I highly recommend Mcdonalds as a starting point for anyone who is looking to enter into a career in the customer service industry. They are extremely friendly, with an easy to follow training program and enthusiastic staff it is an EXCELLENT first job!
Extremely fun work environment with awesome management
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 12 February 2018
A typical day at McDonalds involves speaking with customers and receiving their orders, preparing food and beverages, cleaning your workstation and the restaurant and creating a fun atmosphere for the guests. I learned how to be a reliable and contributing member of a team. Management was by far the best at any job i have ever worked at. They truly want to help you. I loved the interaction with not only coworkers but also guests, and the promotions throughout the year. The hardest part of the job is the physical toll it takes from the long hours of standing. The most enjoyable part is the interaction with guests.
Crew member (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 February 2018
mcdonalds is a very highly well organized place to work at, the workers are friendly and well mannered . This was an amazing job honestly. This job is definitely a great starter job even though it wasn't my first I just know it would be. The managers were great, the training program was exceptional, everyone respected eachother, you could get crossed trained fast if you are good enough and showed more initiative I got told I was close. I was in kitchen and everything was so easy to remember for example the fried products and grilled products were just automated things when cooked so just click a couple of buttons and done all you had to do is set it up right. The hardest part of the job was when you were dressing the bun and putting it together but that wasn't even that hard to be honest the recipes to remember were easy because a lot of them were just repeated. If you were full time like I was you would have to stand on your feet for 7 to 8 hours with a 30 minute break so make sure you can do that. The people were my most enjoyable part and of course the 50% discount at anytime.
fun, fast, and productive workplace as well as atmosphere. the same goes to the employees.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 12 February 2018
I learned a lot about how and where mcdonald's products and produce come from. the managers are great people and easy to talk to about anything work related or not. Its a great place to work if you like making people happy.
it is a nice place to work,explore, find and embrace your talents
Crew member (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 12 February 2018
i found this place very friendly to work,even though is tarted as a kitchen crew, McDonald's allow me to explore my other talents like customer servicing and my leader ship quality, i got an opportunity to train new crew members .