Working at McDonald's Restaurants Ltd.

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    2.6
  • Company Outlook
    3.8
  • Fair Pay
    3.2
  • Learning and Development
    3.3
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    3.6
  • Pay Transparency
    3.4
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McDonald's Restaurants Ltd. Reviews

What is it like working at McDonald's Restaurants Ltd.?

Stressful.
Crew Leader in Orangeburg:
Pros: Sometimes it is okay and I get to meet new people everyday
Cons: Most people know how to work together
I like cooking. But sometimes I prefer to make the sandwiches...
Grill Cook in Clarksville:
Pros: The flexibility. If i need to call out for any reason i can do so.
Cons: I can Be WAY over worked. As soon as i clock in I'm thrown with so much to do. sometime to much for me to do in one day.
Restaurant Manager:
Pros: My crew the customers that we have.
Cons: The pay and craziness that come with it.
Hectic.
Fast Food Worker:
Pros: You never have to do the same thing twice.
Cons: Different managers will tell you to different things and it can get frustrating. I also hate the concepts of Times and Labor. They take hours away from employees who really need them.
McLife.
Assistant Manager, Fast Food:
Pros: Very challenging, there is always something different happening each day that needs to be dealt with. The day is never boring, and there are always things to be done. Not a desk job, always running around.
Cons: Over worked. Not enough people to do jobs and tasks required. Not enough time to complete tasks which leads to stress.
Fast Food Worker:
Pros: Worked well with hours and light demands.
Cons: Repeatedly delayed my raise they promised me. I had been praised by multiple shift managers, GMs, and corporate workers. I have been told multiple times that I was their best worker they've had in years. I was given manager (including training others) and matenance tasks. I often covered for others and worked some of their most stressful positions. However, I realized I was one of their lowest paid employees. I was then promised a generous raise, that has been delayed for weeks. I feel very underpaid and underappreciated.
It can be okay sometimes.
Fast Food Worker in Forest Hill:
Pros: Sometimes we get nice old people or children
Cons: Customers can be nasty and my managers are either useless or really rude sometimes