Employment at McDonald's Restaurants Reviews
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Newest Review: ... 10 minutes after the interview was over and asked if I wanted a job. I said yes, but was still pretty nervous. That all was over a year and a half ago. Now, I'm in the process of becoming a Crew Trainer and love going to work everyday. You never know what's gonna happen. I've met so many people from here many I call my close friends now and hang out a lot. I even consider McDonald's to be a ... more
Customer Employment at McDonald's Restaurants Reviews (70)
by Shane Ward - written on 27/11/13
McDonalds have just recently taken me on but until I read the contract it is a zero hour contract which they phone you up to get you go in( so you don't go in even though they have given you hours) and I didn't get paid the second because they didn't have my bank details but yet they paid me the first time so how they didn't have my bank details I do not know
by C - written on 24/09/13
I remember, when I applied to work at McDonald's. I was super nervous. I was tempted to just skip and never go to the interview. Finally I decided, why not? I might as well see how it goes. The interview was chill, just some chatting about pretty much anything. The store manager was a nice guy, he called me about 10 minutes after the interview was over and asked if I wanted a job. I said yes, but was still pretty nervous. That all was over a year and a half ago. Now, I'm in the process of becoming a Crew Trainer and love going to work everyday. You never know what's gonna happen. I've met so many people from here many I call my close friends now and hang out ... Read the complete review
by Myla - written on 06/08/12
Working here was so awful that I only lasted in the place for four months!! My main problem with the job was the rubbish training (this was because they didn't have 'enough' staff on). I got placed in the kitchen which is awful I'm covered in scars from my burns, and only got trained doing a few things meaning I could not handle the station by myself and had to have other people all the time to help me, usually the employers who was with me just walked off whilst I got a order through I couldn't do as in all of four months I never got proper training and was usually used to mop and sweep the kitchen floor most of the time. The next thing that was awful was ... Read the complete review
by Syed - written on 01/08/12
You'll ask me if I really don't like the job why would I spend three years. Well when you don't have better you go for best or if you don't have best, will choose bad one.I started in 2009 and then worked as Crew Trainer. Even though my store manager was intersted in to make me Manager but at the end job is not worth it. Crew get paid 6.10/ year over 22 and as Crew Trainer I was getting 9p more then normal staff. :) Funny.Even you'r Manager you still running on floor and checking burgers.
by - written on 18/07/12 (Useful, 867 readings)
I was planning on working at McDonalds for six months so I could save up some money to go travelling. I thought I could handle it because it was only for six month but my god, I have never worked in such a disorganised, rude environment. On my first day one of the managers, before even introducing himself or saying hello, shouted at me in front of everybody for not having the correct shoes on even though the people at the orientation never properly explained to us what kind of shoes we needed (I wasn't wearing ridiculous shoes either, they were flat, black, closed toe with quite a high top). It didn't get much better from there. I was working in the ... Read the complete review