Advancing from crew member to corporate executive or franchisee is a common career path at McDonaldâs Corp. Twenty out of 50 of McDonaldâs senior officials started out in the restaurants, as did 1,200 owner-operators and some 67,000 restaurant managers and assistant managers. One reason that McDonaldâs is able to retain such people is the training it offers, said Shirley Chang, vice president of worldwide training, learning and development for the chain of more ...
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