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That post was simple to understand and made a valid point.

Posted by: kate on June 02, 1999 at 18:18:16:

In Reply to: It sounds as though you don't like working there. posted by joshers on April 26, 1999 at 13:15:00:

: Ok, your post is extremely hard to understand and comprehend for one thing. Also, it sounds as though you don't like hard work. You madeup lies about the company.

: ": Forget about wether we serve burgers that have been dropped on the floor it would probably do the food some good as it's tasteless so atleast it gives it a bit of flavour."

: It sounds as though you don't like working there. THEN QUIT! McDonalds would be more than happy to find someone who is dedicated and not scared of by hard work

: Josh, Manager in Michigan USA

That post was simple to understand and made a valid point. I spent two years working at McDonalds fo a lot less than the proposed minimum wage in the UK will be. When given my review after 6 months, during which time I had gone from green badge to senior 5 star, I was given a pay rise of 0.01 p/h..........thats a whole pound extra for every hundred hours I work. Your right, they are generous and fair employers.

While I was working there I was also at full time college, studying for my A levels. As McDonalds are fair and just employers, I was working, not through choice, upwards of 40 hour weeks right up until my exams. I consider it lucky that I didn't make myself ill - but then I'm probably just scared of a little hard work.




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