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Old 08-10-2012, 10:02 AM   #301
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Well, in one case you leave work smelling like chlorine and sweat, the other you smell like grease and salt. Kind of a toss up. Chubby chicks probably like the burger scent.
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Old 08-10-2012, 11:48 AM   #302
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The only thing that smells after my shift is my hands of the Kay Chemicals soaps, degreasers, sanitizers and other stuff.. the scent stays all day long and it smells good it is soap but u get tired of it.. and the shoes omg the shoes.. I just put them outside they smell of frozen fries.. other than that my uniform gets dirty faster than smelly.
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Old 10-15-2012, 07:33 PM   #303
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Old 10-15-2012, 10:00 PM   #304
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Wow some people here are really pricks. Bottom of the barrel huh? Must me sad to live in a world where a DM for McDonalds makes more than they do. I know a number of people working for Mcdonalds (not owners) making over 100K. Outside big cities, most McDonalds I have been to have nice, young, normal kids, and the same around the globe. Only in places like NY, Miami, LA, and places of that nature have deadbeats working there (not all, but a large portion.) When I hire management, if they have Mcdonalds on their resume (in ANY capacity) their resume immediately goes to the top of my pile.
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Old 10-15-2012, 11:54 PM   #305
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Wow some people here are really pricks. Bottom of the barrel huh? Must me sad to live in a world where a DM for McDonalds makes more than they do. I know a number of people working for Mcdonalds (not owners) making over 100K. Outside big cities, most McDonalds I have been to have nice, young, normal kids, and the same around the globe. Only in places like NY, Miami, LA, and places of that nature have deadbeats working there (not all, but a large portion.) When I hire management, if they have Mcdonalds on their resume (in ANY capacity) their resume immediately goes to the top of my pile.
thank you and yes you sound knowledgeable. yes indeed some store managers can make near 100k if their store volume is very high supervisor territory is generally around 80k and DOO is about 100k with nice bonus's .. always depends on the owner though .. mcdonalds training is top notch you are correct

edit: those salary figures are based on socal which the average store does much more than the average store in the midwest or other parts of the country. socal has the top comp sales for same store locations year after year and is leading the nation so in turn most get paid more. reality is some store managers in the mid west get under paid at around 35-50k which really isint enough if you want to have happy managers because in the end they are running your multi million dollar business and are what make your daily operations profitable
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Old 10-16-2012, 12:06 AM   #306
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thank you and yes you sound knowledgeable. yes indeed some store managers can make near 100k if their store volume is very high supervisor territory is generally around 80k and DOO is about 100k with nice bonus's .. always depends on the owner though .. mcdonalds training is top notch you are correct

edit: those salary figures are based on socal which the average store does much more than the average store in the midwest or other parts of the country. socal has the top comp sales for same store locations year after year and is leading the nation so in turn most get paid more. reality is some store managers in the mid west get under paid at around 35-50k which really isint enough if you want to have happy managers because in the end they are running your multi million dollar business and are what make your daily operations profitable
I'm willing to bet the areas of the country where Mcdonalds managers and DMs make 50K, other comparable jobs make about the same.
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General managers get a good pay and great benefits... but it took a lot of effort to get to where they are
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I'm willing to bet the areas of the country where Mcdonalds managers and DMs make 50K, other comparable jobs make about the same.
all depends on the organization they work for. i know of some organizations in socal that pay near the 40k mark when a different organization down the street pays 60-70k its sad. but hey .. yeah socal has some very high volume locations
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General managers get a good pay and great benefits... but it took a lot of effort to get to where they are
yup and the new rdm world makes it even a longer process
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Keep the discussion about McDonald's, not my personal life.

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Wow some people here are really pricks. Bottom of the barrel huh? Must me sad to live in a world where a DM for McDonalds makes more than they do. I know a number of people working for Mcdonalds (not owners) making over 100K. Outside big cities, most McDonalds I have been to have nice, young, normal kids, and the same around the globe. Only in places like NY, Miami, LA, and places of that nature have deadbeats working there (not all, but a large portion.) When I hire management, if they have Mcdonalds on their resume (in ANY capacity) their resume immediately goes to the top of my pile.
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The only thing that smells after my shift is my hands of the Kay Chemicals soaps, degreasers, sanitizers and other stuff.. the scent stays all day long and it smells good it is soap but u get tired of it.. and the shoes omg the shoes.. I just put them outside they smell of frozen fries.. other than that my uniform gets dirty faster than smelly.
degreasers will de fat your hands----look for red spots on your mits ------which is the dirty's shop or workers
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I quit over a month ago..

horrible maintenance, disgusting hygienic practices, mental abuse, deceiving the public and a plethora of other things I get infuriated just thinking about has forced me to leave.

What really got to my last nerve was having to clean black mold from the walk in fridge, I was in there for 8 hours handling degreaser with no gloves or face protection inhaling all those neurotoxin's and ended up passed out in the subway right after my shift..

I work for my local public transit agency in the social media department now.
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I quit over a month ago..

horrible maintenance, disgusting hygienic practices, mental abuse, deceiving the public and a plethora of other things I get infuriated just thinking about has forced me to leave.

What really got to my last nerve was having to clean black mold from the walk in fridge, I was in there for 8 hours handling degreaser with no gloves or face protection inhaling all those neurotoxin's and ended up passed out in the subway right after my shift..

I work for my local public transit agency in the social media department now.
Sorry to hear it didn't end as a positive experience.. Sounds like pm's weren't in place to handle that stuff.


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Sorry to hear it didn't end as a positive experience.. Sounds like pm's weren't in place to handle that stuff.
They're not even properly training my replacement. The oil vats caught fire last week from a lack of proper filtering.

Despite the problems it was a great learning experience and I don't regret it. I always put customer service before everything which my managers didn't appreciate but it helped me with getting a new job.
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Old 12-08-2013, 01:13 AM   #315
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In Ireland they sell glazed doughnuts (Brilliant like a Krispy Kreme)
They sell Tea like coffee.
Their stores all have signs that say "Irish Beef only no imported meat. "
Needless to say their big macs rock way better than ours..

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They're not even properly training my replacement. The oil vats caught fire last week from a lack of proper filtering.

Despite the problems it was a great learning experience and I don't regret it. I always put customer service before everything which my managers didn't appreciate but it helped me with getting a new job.
Prob because they didn't turn them off before draining the oil. Sorry to hear about everything else though glad you got something out of it.


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