- McLibel -
Re: Some of their jobs leave a lot to be desired.
In Reply to: Re: Lets Put Mcdonalds Out of Business? posted by Andrew on June 20, 1997 at 15:20:55:
My son is 14 1/2 and soon to be 15 in November. Granted McDonald's may be a good source of income for some of the young people, but how can you produce and prove yourself wiping tables and chairs? They need to get experience on registers and interact with the public. My son was let go because he could not produce. HaHaHa - what a joke. And some of the managers need to learn some manners as well. I went up there yesterday to find out why my son was not on the schedule for this week. The asst. manager was at the grill. One of the other team members told him I needed to talk to him and he said "Don's you see I am busy; I cannot talk right now". That was downright rude. He should have said, "Can you come back later and I will be happy to talk to you. Later on, I went back and I told him he was rude and he said "I was?" and I had to remind him he was and he knew he was. He was just playing dumb. I will not allow my son to ever work for McDonald's again. If you are not liked when you go in there, they will make it hard on you. I know. My son can make more money doing landscaping with a neighbor than he can at McDonald's. I do not believe I will ever eat there again either. Burger King might be my fast food source from now on or the Publix deli. The food is much better anyway. Young people, think long and hard before making a commitment to McDonald's. Some Kroger stores will hire at 15.