What odd rules do McDonald’s employees have to follow?
Just like most big companies, McDonald’s wouldn’t be the global fast food chain that it is today without keeping its tactics secret and imposing some rules for the employees. And despite what you may think, it’s a rigorous job with some strict rules.
It’s obvious that any company needs a set of rules in order to keep the business organized and perform to the best of its abilities, but some of McDonald’s practices are a bit strict and weird, but you’ll have to decide for yourself. Regardless, we all love a good cheeseburger now and then, and their coffee is even better, so these may not stop us from going there.
So if you want to bring the delicious McDonald’s coffee to the comfort of your own house, you can try out these coffee pods, perfect for a busy day. But until then, check out these 10 rules that any McDonald’s employee has to follow.
9 thoughts on “10 Shocking Rules McDonald’s Employees HAVE to Follow”
so so so over the top almost to to restrictive….
I came back…with A QUESTION…and with all of the rules…to FOLLOW to the people in charge…TREAT THESE FOLKS with KINDNESS?? RESPECT???? SOME SMILES?? LOTS OF THANKS?
AND DO THEY MAKE A DECENT LIVING WAGE?…so so so CURIOUS…everyone stay safe…OK
Thanks for reading…..
If only they would follow the rules
I think the rules are spot on. They know what they’re doing. Makes me feel better about going there!
You are absolutely right all the rules make sense when you are feeding the public and making food safe.
Most companies I have worked for have all these rules. Those rules are light compared to CFA!
There is nothing wrong with any of those rules, in fact they all make since. More businesses should have similar rules!!
I think the rules are fantastic. Other companies should take note and put into place their own rules on what is expected of their employees. I’ve watched a lot of disrespect in the workplace, both to the employer as well as the customer. I make a point of complimenting when I see an employee doing a good job.
Why are these considered bad? These are the same rules as a walmart