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Posted by: Adrian DiTonto crew trainer ( AUSTRALIA ) on November 18, 1999 at 15:11:25:

In Reply to: Well in Australia they're is a very serious approach to the litter problem. posted by Tara on November 17, 1999 at 10:41:01:

thanyou very much, you are spot on we do more than other food chains or restaurants.

McSpotlight: As Dan Gallin testified in court and restated;

"In the fast food industry they are the worst in the sense that the wages are generally lowerthan the rest of the industry. Admittedly, in the fast food industry, unionisation is difficult everywhere - but McDonald's has pioneered a concept of extreme exploitation of the workforce and of keeping the union out.

I think it's worse than the others because they've systemised it and they've refined it to the level of a system which they impose everywhere. I can't think of any other company does that. To some degree other fast food companies have followed their lead but again they're not as singleminded and consistent in exploiting their workers."

McDonald's does indeed provide the lead for other fast food chains to follow...

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