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What advice would you give the CEO of McDonald's about how to improve it?

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Maybe put more guidelines in for how the franchisees treat the staff. They have such a bad reputation in many areas because of low pay, no benefits, being treated badly by management/upper staff, little advancement, and people being expected to work for free.

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For the summer change the dress code because it be to hot to wear black clothing

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Nothing really. It's just some of the workers and it needs to be clean

Answered - Grill Cook (Former Employee) - Beloit, WI

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Nothing really just get eid of lazy girls there.

Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Current Employee) - Greensburg, KY

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Pay attention to your workers

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Winfield, KS

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If I would be in charged of McDonald’s I would treat the employees with respect and dignity and I would give good benefits, but especially Health insurance. This is a big corporation that is all over the world. They make millions and hire a lot of students and they make the minimum wage only. The ones that make a lot of money are the stores managers and CEO, of course.

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Just be visibly.

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I would to tell the ceo he or she needs to come to their stores and talk to the people and c how they feel and what's going on in the store

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To take the seed buns out of the market

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I think the ceo should himself go check some stores out and see how their treating the employees

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