Service Crew/Cashier (Former Employee) – commonwealth – August 28, 2017
Every day i woke up and do my everyday routine at the store.. I've learned a lot .. i learned that team work is very important . I alaso learned how to be patient and how to enjoy life even though "nakakapagod na" .. Our mission is to gice saisfaction to our customers and to make them feel that they are part of the family. The hardest part of the job is when you have to fake a smile just to serve our beloved customers. The most enjoyable part of my job is when we see the customers giving us their warmest smile.
Service Crew (Former Employee) – Philippines – August 3, 2017
My Job experience in McDonald's help me to grow as a person as it really boost my confidence and I learned to deal with different people with different walked at life. The daily routine is challenging but exciting at the same time. I learned how to be flexible in doing different tasked specially when large numbers of customers were coming by. The most enjoyable part of my job was to make the customer happy and satisfied thru my service.
okay,depending on your workplace some may be fun some may not be
Service Crew (Part-time) (Former Employee) – Woodlands – March 17, 2017
Its was fun until my schedule became a mess and their pay given was abit low maybe increasing the pay would be better and also not cutting people work hours just because it over exceeded the amount they are suppose to pay when they are earning a lot
Service Crew (Part-time) (Current Employee) – Boat Quay – March 13, 2017
Mcdonalds was the first proper job i got as part-time, as a student at the time. I could not get any Office job, so Mcdonalds was the job for me. Mcdonalds was the only job for me, as a student. Mcdonalds is aware that i cannot carry heavy loads as depicted by the Changi General Hospital (CGH) and my SAF Medical Officer (MO).
Service Crew (Current Employee) – Ang Mo Kio – October 18, 2015
Joining McDonald's isn't all that bad. If you're starting out, and you want work experience, McDonald's is not bad. For the past 2 years that I have worked here, I enjoyed most of it. 1. A typical day at work: I start at 8/9 and finish 8.5 hours later, this is inclusive of a half hour break. I start with 80% energy level and end with 20% to go home. Haha. Working at McDonald's is tiring because I am constantly walking and standing. However, being at a high-volume store, 8 hours passes quickly as compared to a low-volume store. 2. What I have leaned: I've learnt to handle difficult customers, which is very important. Customer service is very important or the customers can bring around bad comments to the store. 3. Management: the managers at McDonald's are mostly friendly. However, some managers are just 'extra'. They may be useful when doing admin work and deploying people to the stations, but some of them just create more trouble when they are hands-on. Being a hands-on manager is great, but some are so slow that they just become more of a problem-an obstruction, rather than helping. 4. Your co-workers: my co-workers are great. They are what you treat them. if you treat them well, they will help you no matter how much trouble they will have to go through. However, some co-workers are unreasonable, some co-workers make a small matter bigger than it actually is. 5. Hardest part of the job: keeping up the same standard of efficiency as when I just started my shift. Being in a high-volume store, it is very difficult to be equally as efficient close to the end of my shiftmore... as I was at the start of my shift because it is extremely tiring when I have the 'run'. 6. The most enjoyable part of the job: when i started working at McDonald's, I made a lot of friends, friends of my age as well as those older. It is tiring working here, but when there is company, work becomes less tiring because I enjoy spending time with my friends.less